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PEDAGOGIAN

VOLUME XXVI.

NUMBER 11.

PERU, NEBRASKA, T UESDAY, DE CEMBER 16, 1930.

We Extend to Every On° a Hearty C BOBCATS DEFEAT CONTRlBU·TIONS . I NORTHBORO A. ·c. BY LOCAL WRITER Fast Grune,

Close Cont est, Score 24 t o 23

Gree ing lsIGMA TAU DELTA

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Se rvices, Literary Program And Fraternity Dinner Enjoyed

In a fast game Thursd ay nigh t A CHRISTMAS PRAYER the Per.u Bobcats won ov e r t he N o rt h(Est.her A. Clark) Athletic club t o t he t u.ne of 23 Our F a ther, on this ho1y day, b oro . ., F or 1o vm g , · C h"ildlike 1-: earts we pra.y, to 24.. . Th a t we m a y w orship e'eon as they, Th~ .game starts w ith P e r u defend- I T he me n of old. ing the north goal. Both teams pla y fast basketb all. Hurst m akes the L et us, too, hea r t he angels sfa1g, first score. Nuc kels immediately And J1et us like t he Magj br ing made t h e next score f ollow ed . 'by O.ur dea rest treasures to our King, Nor aught with hold. Hatcher who r eturned the f a vor. Pederson makes the first fo ul of t he ev- Let all our jealous strivin gs cease; ening. Nor t hbo ro m issed t he t hrow. Fl'om fear a nd h a te grant us release· Nuckels made a nother basket. Hat- TiU every heut be filled with peace,' cher by fast w ork and sp eed m ?.de In all the . world. the next basket. Irvin of N orthbor.o £ouls and H a.tchers throw is good for And where t he s t ately vessels go a poi"nt. Hurst mak es a . basket . The ocea.n h.igh w a_¥.S to a nd fro, Northbor o was fined fo r m1~.und er­ Let only fri e ndl y b anners blow, standing with time out. H r.t c h.er In love unfurl€d. makes the next ba~ket. R owla nd f iea and Hat cher 's t h row for p oint F o1g ive our fo olis-h pride of pl ace; i ou go' od . P·ederson · ma k es a b ask.et J Our artjficia1 lines efface, was _ I - I Hatch er fouls. Hat ch er m a k es a bas- Tl:.at .nOJJe for color .or for r ace ! ket. Reynolds g ees in fo r Nu ckle~. ,1May feel .our ban. Second Half Rowland m:i kes a b asket. Rey.nol cls And for His sake, .the p erfoct Good, fouls, and Hatcher's throw is g ood Who f.o r us all cli€d on tJ-:e rood, fo r one point . .Northb~ro ma~<es 2 I Gr.an~ .us to kn ow our brother.hoo.cl points. Sautter is fo uled but h1s try With every man. · ':-·' for point is .n_o good. K orb er fouls - --. ,.. . l, but the throw is no good. ~.uckles WHEN FIR TREES COME TQ TOWN 1 makes t he next basket. Hatch e r fol (Esthe·r A. Clark) ' . lows rig.ht b ack w i th a b ask et for Wb.en the lit.tie fir tre·es come to t ow.n 1 Peru. Sautt er m ak es a lo.ng throw And stand str.ai.ght in a row j for 2 points. Peders on is fo u1P.cl ::i nd AU up a.nd dow~ along the walk, 1 both free throws are good. North- I_t's such a merry- show_, ) boro makes a. basket. The Bobcats It sets ~m· heart s .to dancing there · take the lead and keep- it t o the end F.oi· Christmas jny is i.n tre dr / (Co.ntiabled On Pag e Four) Whe.n fir trees come, you know. \

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P.hi A lpha chapter of Simga Tau Delta, the N ation al English fraternity, held its form al initiation for t h e new member s o.n Mon<l.a.y evening, D,ecember the eighth. The beautiful :ind impresdve inUatory service was held in t he F aculty r oom of t.he adinistrntion building at 6:30. Four· tee~ new members were taken into he organizatio.n. Immediately after t he initiation the member s .adj ourned to the h ome t co · omics 1 oom i.'1 the Tr ai ners building wher e a b anquet w as given i n honor ~·f the n ew members. The tables were ar ranged in t he form of a huge 'T'. The colors of the fi·2ternity, card· inal and bl:::ck, were used fo r the color ~c,h em e. American Beauty roses formed t he centerp ieces. T he following men u w as served: Fr.u i ~ Cocktail Swiss Steak Escalloped P otntoes Eutterecl Brussel Sprouts Sweet Dill P ickles Blackberry P re· serves Rolls . Bu1tcr Balls 'I I Cranb er ry Salad I Brown P udding Coffee Nut s A sh ort but well planned and al" r anged program followed the ba~­ q uet. Walter W. Wiese, t he p1~e s1 de nt spoke a f ew words of greetmg. •/liss' Grace T·ea1· gave t h e " W e lcome ·..., t 1'c initiates." She r eviewed brief· Iv .he history of th.e fr aternit y, an<l ~ I d of the adva:11tages t.o be derived (Co.nti rued On P age F our)

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P er.u entered the N ebraska St ate , Oratorical co.ntest f~r the fhst t ime this yea·1-. T he contest waS" he}.d at Kearney, F riday evenin g. December 12 1930. Alliso.n Clineb ur.g repre· se:1ted P e ru., and he spoke on "A Vi-~~~-'----'

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The first pl ay in the af ternoo n 8·00TT··~~~a:·· ~ehc~mbper 16 was "The Threas Bears,'' directed hy · ~ · 1a1r.111g ~c col ro g r ?m Gera Ldine Russel. The cast c:onsis- l W ednesday, December 17 H • ' - - • d p th " ·d · "th t t a! 11 .' Cast Has s· een Selected, Parts As- 1 6·30 B' J O' , M ' .· ~ 1Miss Em ma Hog din Depicts Interest- ' p oints, a.n eru Wt a 0 t ed Of th·e followi·ng·. . J\ · P· m . 10 o.,, ~ ovie )\ i of eig hteen points. The con te~ t a. .nts · 1 Papa Bear -- ---- C.harJ.otte Carl son ! signed, Work Is Progressing !/ Th :: rscir,'Y·, December 18 I ing Christmas Scene n ,j were ranked _ on t 11e f .oII owrng; Mamma Beiar ·__ Virgini a Mathews 7:30 p . m. Y. M~. Y. W., C. C. A. I 1th ht · · l"t d power com h b "R d ll Ellen was lonely. The "Yule-tide" 1 oug • origrna i Y an •. Bab.y Bear - - - - - D orothy Bren.ne'r The hdgh sc ool operetta t e - I U.lfO W. Af A. (/ • .. .. • position, .delivery, . and ensemble effect 1 Gol<l ilocks ------ Alfreda Phelps die of Isis" is progressing fine and 8:UD D r amatic Club , . e , ,o.. was at h.and a nd sJi e was so ! i. e. general' effect of man · plus his A vaudeville act followed this; w ill be giv-e.n as a budget event, Fri7:·oo p. m. Freshman Clubs ~ i tired of the samene8s of the fe~tiv- 1 message. · Cecil and S a Uy (Domino dolls) - day evening January 9 . Below iS a B. B. B_r ock H. S . There · i1ies; tbe same shows, parties and Th.e judges for this contest were: Florence 'Martin, Virgi.nia Mathews Fnd.ay, December_ I? .dances! E vert hin g h ad been the 1 W. J. Brah.am;, city superintendent at syp op s.is of the pla.y: c,0 11 ege El iza Morgan (Neg ro Mammy ) -c.1oses f o1· v.acati.o.n 1 same for y ear~. and her he art long e-d Nort.h Platte; W. M. Whalen, Mtorney June Brickell T .he pupils of Pinker's Semin ary ~~-"'>-_,"'>--~ for a ch".nge! ·at Hastings ; 0. W. Carrell, p resident The third play of this group was for Young Ladies are enjoying a On Christmas Eve, Ellen reti:rned Nebraska Central College at Central .. The Three Wis hes." The c ast was: m oo.nli g ht expeclition among the ruins i list lessly to her ap artme nt. _" I mig ht City, ~ebraska J .. Arthur Nelson, Margaret, his wife - Helen Gilbert in the outskirts of Cairo under ·the . /as we II put up my .decorations to- fo1,ens1c coach .at Midland college; Martin ------------- Orvis Smith h teacher h .nig.!·t,'' sh e thou g ht; "perhaps it will Paul Frey, professor .of York College Caspar ----- ----- Dorothy Brenner chaperonage .of ~ eir w 0 · g i ve me j t;s t a little of the Chris·: mas at York, Nebraska. F airv and Bir.cl __ Dorothy Brenner h as - temporarily lost sight of them. :sp ir it. Someh ow the spirit of the Per.u looks forward to a good seaThe p1aylet "The Maker of Their interest is enhanced by the Ruby Brown and Ruth Beau'champ 1season h as flown and I ca.n not re- son in debate, and with su.c h a fine Dreams" was the first presentation I sudden .appearance· of a band of BeMissouri River Steamboating Icapture it. Since father a nd mother start s.hou.ld accomplish ai great deal. -0f tJie evening. This was di rected! douins who turn o.~t to be young gen. j are go n·e, the old ~ome sol_d, sister by Dorothy Brenner. The cast was: . . . . . The Kiw a.nis club of Peru met at ac ross th.e c on t in ent; what is there BIOLOGY MOVIES Pierro t ' ----- --- - p a uJ M u Ih o II a nd ~me,n with matrimonial mte.nt1ons. the Baptist church, Tuesd ay, Dec·em- ;J to ma k e o.ne . . ' Th f I Educational movies will again be reJoice. .e zest o t ie Pieret te - - --- ----- Florence Martin They are Americans who have adop- b !) . th e h ome-comrn . g of our presented by the Biolog.y dep.artmen t "th th W ' 1 b f . h seaso.n 1·ies 111 Mak-er of D r eams -- Orville Beuhler ted n ative costumes and names for . er , w1 . " e omens c .u urms - lown,and my ow.n will never celebrate W ednesday evening, Dec·ember 17. Following t his "Th.e Three Bears" their awn conve.nience. Madam Pin.Ir- mg the dmner and prog ram. together again." from 6:30 to 7:30. An especially was r eproduced b.y special request. er appears an.cl is shocked at the sitThe fine s pirit of co-operation and ; W.hen Ellen reac he·d-her apartment, beautiful series of films has been -0rA puppet operated by Josep.hine u atio.n, but s!'ie is n ot unre i'.sona ble of fellowship which exists between ' she was astonished to see a little g irl dered for this Christmas program. Nix g.ave the readi ng, "A Puppet when she learns that they are there/ t h e colleg e an<l. townfolk is shown by bustlin g around. dusting here an.cl Two reels of "Wild Flowers in Makes His Bow t.o the Public." · The to elope with .her pupils, the more so the fact t.hat the spea•kers of the ev- th ere, arra ng i.ng the roses and en- Thei r N ative Haunts" are among the vaudeville act of the afternoon was as she herself has lo.ng cherished a ening were students and an instruc- d eavori.ng to place the small r.ugs and finest educational films produced by repeat ed, r omantic ?ttach~ent for ~he memqry tor i.n the college. t he chairs where s.he h.ad found ~hem., ;,he U. ~· Department of ~gri.culture. last puppet show o~ the ev- of ~ai:neses II,, ~n the behef ~.hat she / Miss .Grace Tear•.Miss Ruby Brown, S~e was a queer look in g little thing . .Shee~ 111 Psalm ~n.d Sag~ . f!l i~ keepe.mng was the old English play was his queen 111 a former mcarna- and Miss Ruth Beauch·amp were the with her r ed.d ened h a nds, cheap dress, mg with the holiday spirit. Roads "The Beau of Bat h" directed by H on. speakers of the evening; talking and worn shoes, but her face re- I From Surf to Summit" presents some Florence Martin. Those in the cast ~ashi, the chief Bed-0uin ' has ex-I m ostly ~n the Missouri ri V.er an.cl nav- deemed all else! H er eyes were a 1 ·.exceptionall~ beautif J scenery from were: plame<l that the mummy cases they/ iga tion, which included steamboats, soft, liquid brown,, eyelashes Jong and I our mountatn parks. Beau Nash - --- - ----- Paul Svoboda h_ave observed among the r.uins are romance, saving of land, frei ght haul- dro opin g, her expression wistful and 1 All who are interested in these edRosamond - - ---- - Virginia McNeal th~se of "!~is" .a.nd "Dameses II." iJ1g, old Ia.nd marks, money app(o- appealing./ EJle.n learned tha.t Mar- ucati.o n.al ~lms are cordially invited. Jepso.n -- -- - ---- Geraldine Russell (Contin ued On Page Four) ! (Continued On Page Four) j (Co.ntinued On Page Four) j A.dm1ss1on 1s free.

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PERU PEDAGOGIAN THE GREAT TEACHER Back in days grown dim and distant, Back thro.ug h swift receding years, 6'er a lonely Bethlean manger Heaven's dazzling star appea..rs. 0

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Round the infant Son of 'Mary Sho.ne this holy, heavenly light, Driving back the gloom and dark.ness \ On that heaven chosen night.

Wise men from .the distant Orient, qui.d.ed b.y this kindly ray, --Published Weekly at Peru State Teachers College-Entered at the Postoffice of Peru, Nebra'Ska., as second class matter. $1.00 Came to seek the Christ Child, Jesus, Harbinger of coming day. the Year-Sc single copy.

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Wise of all succeed.ing ages, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ------------------------------------ IVA G. PIERCE Back thr.o ugh retrospection's vale, COPY ADVISER ------------------------------------------ J. W. TYLER Se·ek this world's consummate STAFF ASSOCIATES Te•acher, MERNA BROWNSON - --- ----- - ------------------- MARJORIE NELSON But to leam His simple .tale. VERNON DUEY ---------------------------------- BERTHA NEWMAN EVA GROVER -------------------------- ----------- -- NAOMA PIERCE HAROLD HEILIG ·-------------- - --------------------- LEONA HUDSON In life's bri ght and early morning, FLORENCE MARTIN ------------- - ------------------ GERALD TYLER 'Neath .youth's perfumed bowers HESTER McCOY ------------------ --- - ------- - ---- J0HN WHEATLEY · sweet, In the verdant days of childhood, BUSINESS MANAGER ---------------- - --- - ----- - --- STEVEN TURILLE I Lay . Jove's trophies at His feet. CIRCULATION MANAGER ---------------------------- BESSIE MARTIN · BUSINESS ADVISER ------------ ~ ------------------------- C. A. HUCK Nestle at the feet of Jesus, .- Drink sweet arafts of love divine, R o.un<l be · d His rich"st r.adia.nce .Nevermore. s~all cease .to shine. ;

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You hp ve often hear.cl the expres- is the .1 c •ire ' to share its cclehrat io» sion "Nebraska's own poet." Peru is as -wide.ly as possible. The spirit of likewise privileged to use a similar generosity is abroad. We c.annot 'Round thy head thou g-h silvered over exi;>ressio.n, "Peru's own poet", a privilege of whic.h not every colle.g e be ar to hear of anyone left out. Ev- Bv the kindly hand .of time, ca~ bo ast. Mi~s Esther A. Clark is e ry appea l for neglected humanity Ever blaze in richest luster, the one who has made this expres- falls on symp athetic ears. T.he solid- Holy halo! Love .divine! s ion possible. arity of t he huma n race is an accepMiss Cl ark, well known to the stuted axiom at this season. The next . , dent body for many years past, has step. toward .t~e .fulfil~ment of the ,. , Excha~e ~ been profesrnr of Lat.in and foreign . languages in our college s ince 1898. Ch.nstmas spmt IS ev1de.nt; we mus t 1 ~ make t he ,attitu.de ' of g.ood will a 1o~ · o She is the .author of "Grammar Refperm ~ne nt Fpiri t u al rcl atio n with all erences. for Caesar." "Stude.nts' Aid me~. T:~1ere are m a.ny .signs to the 1. Chief ~o-To-~i, Americ~n Indian to Caesar," and "Los Verbos Irreg.uunJaunc11ced ey·e that this movement 1"Ca:ru>c," 1s to nng at. the regular conIares," all of which are books ertaining to .Latin. Aside from these is b.egun . .May it ~~cei~e impetus ~nd voca tion hour, December 13, at the · 'ty of N orth. D a k ota. - H e Is· a she has had a large number of poems an t r. cre aem g st ability m each Christ- I-u.111vers1 mas s·eason."-He;nry Van Dyke published, m any of which are es!descendant of the Cheyenne tribe, a nd pecially g.ood c.hildren's poems. PERU ASSUMES A · h as stu.died music in Chicago, New "When Fir Trees Come to Tow.n" HOLIDAY ASPECT York, and lta.Iy for the past 13 years. a nd "A Christmas Prayer,'' two C'i• fat-The Wesleya.n mas poems written by Miss Clark, There is nothing more beautiful will be found i.n this issue. than :t well decorated tow.n at ChristLiv_es .of editors all remind us I "A Christmas That Was Different," mas time. R e alizing this fact the j That t,heir lives are not sublime For t l-: ey have to w ork like thunder written b.y one of our fres.hman stu- C.hamber of Commerce sponsored a To .g et their copy out on time! de.nts, shows some of the competent movement to decorate the town of work bein g· doi:e by the Eng lis h de- Peru. The chamber of Commen:e to- - E dito ri :i l Column, Ho.ldrege Duster partment this year. g ether with the various public mer- .- chan ts got together on ' this proposiMidi.and College has choseJJ. the . Th e C h~is '. m 9.s .designs f ound i~ this ti0.n an~ th• r esult is the beautiful teams to repre~en.t the Ka.l op.h r on ea.n issue we1 e furms.hed by the a1 t de- 1 decorat10ns seen\ by .all passers-by. 1 and Wy.P..n soc1etJ.es for the annual p artment. These were m ade from T he fire boys donated a ll the decor- / inter-society .deb r. te. As the Wyn.n li.noleum blocks by st udents in the ./ ali ng. The d.e corations are not only i sociEty has won the tr.ophy for the art classes. I bea.utiiul but 3Jso seem to give a hap- : p ast two y.ear~: t~e :up ,wiU be thefrs

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1 Playing games,, and exchanging of Chemeil, Kline, Soiser, Ferguson, ber 5. Archer and Borden. Thirteen experg ift s will add new attraction to the ienced men will return. Noel L. Tyson, '13, is now serving meeting·. Gifts which are to be pichi~ thi:d ~ear as superintendent of ~u~es c~t from mag.azines with an .OrAt a very clever "radio" party Sun- Mrnat.an'e, Nebraska. i i g rnal Jingle o.n the back of the picday afternoon,, Mr. a.nd Mrs. Ro.y ture, will be most interesting. Coulter announced the eng.agement' Dean Delzell attended the Annual j ___ and appr-0 ac.hin.g marriage on Decem-1 State Athletic Co.nference held at I · SCRIBBLERS ber 21 of their daug.hter, Mildred, to ~incoln, .Friday .. He represented Pe- '1 The Scribbler's wi~l meet DecemGeorge A. Mc.Alroy of Shenandoah, 1u. St.ate Teac.he1s College. her i8, Thursday at. Mlss Tear's apartIowa. The 11ame of Radio and 19ther ment. appropriate entert'ai.nment had been EDUCATI~NAL INDEPEN~ENCE Or iginal stories appropriate to the provided for the twelve guests. A If we avoid .abuses of _public trust I Christmas season will be rea.d. two-course lu.ncheon was served at j and make ourselves scientifically ex- 1 t.he close of the afternoo.n, the re- · pert in the performance of our duties, Travel Club freshments carrying out a pink a.n.d then you may be sure of one thing, Members of the Travel club will aswhite color scheme. The dainty place- ~hat society will give the scho.ols more ,. semble tog·ethe r at the home of Miss cards, when opened, r evealed the tndepend.e.nce and the professJon more Mar.y Hileman -On Thursday, D ecemname of the betrothed couple and the autonomy. The basis od' it lies in · her 18. d.ate of the wedding. ethical restraint and in scientific dis- \ A social meeting will be the c ourse Nemaha County Herald covery.---,He.nry Suzzalo. of th e evenin g.

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"No single personality b orn i n INSTRUCTORS VACAT ION Miss Mar y Hileman p la ns on going of the> world's fam ous cathe.druls. sponsor other such m eeti.ngs through Ch.riste.ndom,, and no class of persons, W. N . D elzell w ill spend his vn- to Greely, Colorado, fo r t h e h ol i.d ?. ys. \ ,s u rel y ·ever y st u dent w h o h a$ de- out t h e .year a ng to brin g value t o can reach his best without accep tin g Clltio.n in P er.u. Mr. J. w. "Tyler- in P eru. M ay li ved p leasure fro m th.e bits 0f ar t al m embers of the d ep ar tment . u:; g·uides in life t he fun d amen tal · sp in · •t u a l s t a t ure t h 1s · ! a b ou t· t,1.e l b u 1·1d· P . A. M axwell w ill sp end his vaca- eac h g r ow m . rn gs s h ou Id f;"l· Ve, J1ow teachings of Jesus Christ." . t i·.n here at Peru. hoJi.d ay se ason. · . lan d then, a t h ou g hb •of g r ateful tri-1 CONVOCATION FRIDAY '""!:=====:=!!!===C=h=a=r= l= e s=E = ll=1o = t= t E ld · -.::I • • P reside nt W . R. P ate w ill r em.pin but:e to those splendid womeo wh o A . . J.t was th.e school .. on r: ~ ywa·r d w ill st ay tn P eru . d. . If g am . Training . _ _. .· · . Im P.er u d u rin g t h e h qlid ays. Guests worked so ill g ently and so u n&t'. - , . . ~.~!!!!It~"'> dui rng t h.e holli\iays. will be, son fro m Alli an ce; d augh t er, ish)y and w h o co.nt r ibuted so rener- 1th~t furmsh ed t~e. chapel piogram SERVICE WIT H A SMILE G le_n Gi~keso~ expects t o sp end t he j her husba~d an d • Jit tle s?n of North ously to the. aesth etic enj oyment of Fpd.ay.. The "Tr a_1mng sch ool orches~ RIGHT _ A • WAy vacati on time in Om ah a . P latt e. H is d aug·hter, Mildred, wh o long successi on of y ou ng rnen i:.n d tra w.h1ch r eceived first place i.n SHOE SHOP , ~l a nche G ard w ill go to her JJCme is teachi.ng i n N ew J er sey: wiU b e u n - women who . .hav e p assed tliroug h ch!ss C in t he State Con test and ~ 1.,.-i. T exJ s for the h olli d ays. abl e to re ac h h om e, beca us·e of t.he th ese halls smq,.e 1898. thir.d in t h e .nation al con test l ast year M. C. MEDLEY M. M'1r1am · Cl ' w ill s pend he r ! s h.or t· v aca t w.n. · )\ .. · 1 ss . a r ) . { J' . V LPHA MU OMEGA p Ja.y ed two n u mber s. M.r . . C lements, ~~~-~~-""> Ch11stm as v a c ation m P eru. I -'---- --· A 0 ti 1 t h j super inte.n den t of t h e T rarn1.ng· sc h ool, 1 Ph yllis D av i d so.n w ill £p end t h e ho!Y . W . C. A. Alpha Mu m ega,, 1e oca m a · .t h f d · that the ·d · • Th . . d h w1 a orewor exp 1amec1 <0-~~-~<::::>-~-"'> 1 ays m C olumbus, K ansas ·e Y. W. C. A . fp o.nsored a l11g.hl y ern.ati cs fr aterm ty, 11as e 1ecte t e t t d. t d b /J ~ • , ore 11es ra 1as year w as 1rec e y -< BEAUTY SHOP Norma D iddel w ill go to Denver wcccssf~_l J.apan ese bazaa r a nd a £iJ- foll owin g- officers for t he .year 1930 Miss R uby Brow n .now a n inst ructor , G f o r t he Ch r istm as vac!ttion. ver t ea Wed n esday af tern oon, De- and 1931: in t.he D awson public schools. As W e aim to please. Miss E sth e r A. Clar k pla ns to stay I C·er:ib e1: 10, in E liza Mor gan p arlo1's. l Pre~ident, L esli e Carey; vice pres- she was u nabl·e to leave her wor k Phone 223 }) in :Peru dur ing t h e v acatio.n. . ! b s d1~, not mean that thj~~s. wer~ i-cJ..ent, Ben G.root~ius; s ecretar.y and P r ofessor J ind ra conducted the .or Janet Maloney, Prop \( 1 A . B. Clay b u rn expects to r em am 'Bazaar or the t ea was s11.v er. t easu ro-, D avid Stites; r ep or ter, Clar a ch estr a. in P er u d u ring the Holidays. I N o, t h ou gh t h.e tea w as m a de from Over turf. · As t h eir firs t number t h e orchestr a 1 -~<:::,.-~~~-~- 1 Elma Gockley w ill stay in P eru rc Pl t ea leaves, and the articles on At th e first r eg ul ar m eeting t h e p r esented "Attila" t h e p iece pl?.yed ~ . ~-..::;:::,.-.<:::::,. .dur ing t h e Ch r istmas v a cation. ' sale wer e r eally J ap ' .n ese. Girls dress- fo]lowi ng guest s w·ere e.nt er tained as in t b.e stat e co.ntest. Between t.h is Ii -~""'i 1 V. E. Ch atelai n will r emain in Peru i eel- in g ay kimonos, served tea a t p r osp ective mem ber s ; Otto Boelst or ff, and t h eir next number Mr . Cl ement s ) P ATTERSON ~ dur ing tb.e Ch r ist m as season. t ab les t h a t w er e decorated wit h Chry- Hulda Dust i n, Kenneth ~Lily, Lor en e displayoo thefr t r oph ies to the stu b CHEVROLET GARAGE ft 1 M iss. Id ~ M~ei Bra ckney w~ll spend santhem um s from old J ap an. The Moot h art, Bet~ Mor t, . and Guy San- dent bod y and pr esented medals t o ~ \.Villard-Grant Batterie s. I h er v~cation m Oxf~rd, Ob.10. • . ~aza_ar_ w as ~o~ely an d Y.. W . looks hey . . A ve~·y rnte r est m g tal:k 0:1 ~he the members of t h e orchestra y;h o O Phone 20 M· j M a n.e F -i:i,u]h abe·r w 1~l sp.end Cnnst- . i .o. w a1d to g1 ~ing anot h er JUSt a s_de- Nebrask a St at e ! ·eacher s Assoc1,at10.n ,h ad t ake.n par t in t he co,ntest s, and !J I 1·.i"!., w i t h h er p.a r e.nt s m Lmcol.n. h g b.ti ul as th is. at Omah a was .g iven b y Mr. Huck. to P r of essor Jind r a As their last Storage With He<Jted G arage /l , M 1ss " L1"b b"1e Bran so n h as n ot as yet j ·· V . - - - --Cl ~r a Overtu rf gave a r epor t on \ number the orch est'r .a p layed "Anda n~<::::>-<::> <:::>c::a-<::::--e:a~-'! J mad~ he·r plan s f?r th.e h olidays. l'l'iE~N~NG. ~F FAI~VR~ . "T b~ ~;roblems in T eaching Math e- I t e Co.ntabile." _ 1 ~~~=========~=== : lh 1ss Anna Irwm , will sp en d t h e 1 A m an ,s hfe. is mtereshng pnmar- mati s. Several mem b ern whp are .now in ->=-<:¢.ea.CO-~~-.-::::::, -·,.>.,; ho l i~ ays at her h ome in. Missour i. , il y when h e: ha~ fa iled ; for it is _a sig n A t :,be meet in g Deceu:ber 1, ~he : c ollege, b.ut w ho w er e members last ! 1VI1ss. D oi:othy W·est w ill g? to her ! th at he h as tned t o pu rp ass h imself. follow 1 ~ g ~rog1:am was g1ve.n : Bu!ld-1 y e ar, assisted t b.e orch est r a. ~ I h0'11e m L111c-<·l n f~ r t h e h l")h dr yf:. I -Clenienceau '. n~. Tests m . H1g h School ~at.hem~t- .- . & § 1cs by Lesh~ Ca rey a.~.<l A Ne:v T b.e Sc.holar sh1p clu b h eld their Mort ician ~ I dea .for R ev iew W ork by D avid m onthly meetin.g Mond ay, DecemiJer 11 A..l\:fBULANCE SERVICE ,.. Stites. . 15, · ~t t h e Train ing school. Beth (/ . Mo r t, presiden t, h ad charge of the ~<APPA OMICRON PHI b usi ness meeti n g. Miss Viv.a Wilson, CHRISTMAS PARTY progra~ chairm a,n,, int r od uced . Pre£id ent. P ate, w.ho gave a very in~pirn ­ I\aJJpa O mic ron Phi held. a Dutch t ional talk. "'>&>a~Ch r ist mas p a r ty in the Home Econ~ 'It P ays to L ook Well" ~ '>1i:ics r oom Mon day evening, DecemDEBATE SCHED UL E We will give Hot Oil t r eather 15. The main featu res of the evP r ofessor Ch atel i: in h as p l anned 1 i ng were a Dutch Slipper Stra p, a nd for the follow ing d ebates for this seameat s and Scientific faci a ls b y U a T r eas ure Hun t which en dc"d in so.n : ' specia l ap p ointments fi n d i 11~ a Jari:re w indmill con fa ining D u ~ ] .debate wit h Cotne1· the first ~ ·mall win dmills fi!led with cancl.y. wee k end in F ebruary. RICE & THO.MAS - I~ finy Dutch sh oes we re received b y Deb at~ wi t h Wesleyan thei third e::ici1 pe rrn·n at t h e D utc h S hoe ma r- 1week ntl in February. i• e '-, 1hcse wer e ma tched w ith a~ other T:·ia·n gul ar debate includi.ng Ha'stshoe w h ich w as tied to a Christmas . 111gs, Kear.ney, <nd P eru the first g"ift found i n a la r ge Dlitch sh oe. \ w ~ ek end in Ma r ch. KING 'S BARBER SHOP Dainty refre_s hm e nt s ":ere ser ved b y , T , i ae g~u a r deb ate in c.Ju.ding Do.we, th e r e fres h ment c ommi ttee. 1Gran.cl bland, and P ei u the second Y our Patr onage week end in Mar ch . App.reciated . PI OMEGA PI i On Mo.nd a y eve ning, D ecembe;· 8, i T he F ilc.ulty D am m m et at _t h e Below Lo y al Pna r m,v_·y ~ M i·s s Marion Hend r ick w ill spend all commerce m aj or s were guests cf , home of Mrs. V. E . Chatelain wit h l:·er h olid ay va cat ion h ere in P,e ru. ·~~ -<::;:,..~<;::,,.~~~ P i.Omega Pi fr aternitiy at the re.g.u- ! Mrs. J . W . Ty l~r and Mrs. J . 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I The first and second basketball it works. Isis comes -to life, lea ves must see :w.hat cab be done." teams of Per.u Pre·p went to Dunbar h er mummy cas e, and Reg inald is Th h"ld h · filled wit h . admiration of her charms. e· _c 1 ' watc ed El_Ien c.J .os-ely- Friday evening. 'Peru's first team She reciprocates they become atshe ev1de.ntly was afraid that he·r · "' work would not be pleasing. "Ellen won b.y a score of 11-10. • The sec- t ached to eac.h other according to soon _p.ut her .at her ease. "It was ond team losing 12 to 9. what seems to be the E gyp t ian cussW.eet of you I to come,," .she said, "I tom. would have been too tired to clean The hig h school GJ.ee club, under But Isis is ! wt free to bestow her ·the apartment, I am even too tired to the supe·rvision of R. T . Benford. ha nd ; it must be won in open comput up the Christmas .decorations. I have been working for the p ast f ew pet ition t hrough the agency of a wonder if you would have time to "Gra nd .Sp ecial Rid.d:le" to be proweeks upon the opperetta "The Ridhelp me?" The child's face beamed. pounded by her in person, and the "Oh'.. May I?. I would like ·- it • so d.le of Isis." It will be presente.d Jan- t1·1·al W1·11 t ake P lac e that e vem·ng· muchl" EU!'!n was c.harmed with her uary 9. This will be a budget event. In hds preoccupation, Reginald forenthusiasm and the sweetness of her g~s his "Bit alizer'' an.cl Madam PinkSENIOR CLASS PARTY I ell with Ellen Wils on .at the piano voice. "Surely," rep1ied Ellen, ".and W ed.nesday evening, December 10, er 'find.s it. She tries it on Rameses • The senior class held a party in I' sang "Nig h t . ,,· we shall go right to work.!' Two the Peru Bobkittens defeated the Ju·t - an.d for the second time it works. It was the honor ho.urs later the ap.artment w as a fair.y ian basket ball team with a score of Jis - a grand moment Pinker who honor of its members w.ho are gra d- j Miss Esthe r bower; Ellen had out-<lone .herself. 43 to 2. decl ar es that i;he a hd Rameses are to uating at t he end of the first seme~ter, 1 gues t of the e v emng. She favored "Now, I wond.e r, if we could run be 1.1Jni ted. He isn't .so sure, but be- "Friday evening in t he recreation h all II t he m e mbers with t hree of her own do.w.n town and do a little la~t-minute T,he Girl's Reserve h as· d'ecided ~n~ of an op~n mind. he does not def- in E liza Mor.g an h a l.l. The eveni n g Ghristmas poems. They were very shoppin·g . · I really was too tired to to h ave a ·Chritsmas party o.n Deoem- 1111TtehieS hopposef;_ .dn. ht h was spent i n p l'a.ying brid g e and da.nc- 1 well received by every.one present. finish last night. W·e will go by and 1 ber 16.. from 4:30 until S:OO. our o ·!TII 1g approac es, tell .~ou;, mother S_.? she wil not . be , The Girls' R eserve has ~harge of w hen all rid.dies. must be correctly ing. High score for the women we.nt M rs. P . Norwood, the spo.ns0r, t hen 1the Crristmas program to be gi¥en guessed .. . worned. .an.nounces himself t o Helen K a ltenborn high score to.ld of the o bjectives uf Sigma Tan At .the call by the mother'.s house December 19. . .as the cha'mp10,n riddle guesser and for the m en went to Ben Groothius. Delta. S he explained the purposes Ellen c'jscovered just what £he needed t a kes on th e , contract to g.uess them The Xmas seas . . on was ver y w ell c a r- a.n d arms o f th e f rat ern1"t y, and t o Id t o k now. She found a mother edu- Mrs. Ruby Everette. a g r aduate of a ll and save everybody a lot of trou- . d . h . . _ . . . catetd and cultured, but burdened p ot te ·T h C bie. ne out m t e de h c1o u-s l u nc,h c on- h ow these m~ght be realized. The con. eru "' a eac ers allege, recent· · with il!Jless and financi al worries. On ly e ntered fo.ur ~tudents from her . The time h aving arrived fo r t he so- sisti.ng 0 ·ice cream S anta Clauses, c.lu·diing num.ber of the program was her frd l d10 uld. ers f ell the r·esp o.nsi- 1 privat e music class in Mi nturn Col- Jut.ion of t h e mi.nor r iddles, t he girls Xmas bell c akes, and punch. a vocal n u mber "Trees'' by Kilmer. b.i!ity of the home, a sick husband orado, in .a county-wide conte~t in and ,t heir at tendent Bedouins assemThe p a r ticipa n ts rel.uctan tly left sung by June Brickell with Ellen Wiland t wo . children.' How fortun ate whic,h there were fifty contestants. ble and are supp.lied with t he cor- t he p ar ty a t t he usual ten t hirty th at E 1le_n h.a_d. discovered t hem in Her stu.de'lts won three h.o.nors. Mrs. rect answers, by the enterprising .ho.u r . s on at t h.e p i.a.no. . T'" h b Ch R B h The .new active members are Mer,0° t 1me. ,,1s m1g. . t yet e a r eal ri t · [Everette is a d au ghter of Mr. f..nd I f ameses. ut .n.ow app_r oac . es th_e-: . - De.lzell,- Flor~.. 1 t f 1 f Brownson, Donna Ja.ne m o·s . 1Mrs. - L awrence of Peru, .g r aduating a ·e u moment or R eginald. He 1s The last · minute shopping prov:-od i.n t he class of J922. She w as a mus- I tl:e only competitor, .all his h opes are JOK•E S ine Elliott, Herbert Ivens, Josephine to be an org y of spending. First there ic a n.d 2 r~. m aj or a nd taught such . ~as2d_ on R ameses; but just before Isis So Clay Coy d oesn' t date one girl Lutz, a nd Dorothy Worley. The new was t he Christmas dinner to be subjects for several .years in public j begins to- sp'e ak h er riddle, R ameses m~re than t w ice 'cause t hey will as~oci ate members are Belva Carder. thought of, yes, she woul.d get them schoo'l work. Since her marriage she , .cJ iscovers that he has no . ~ook. As t~mk t hey are ·." g 6ing w ith" him . ~irgin~~ McNea1, Marcel.la Ogurek, a t~rkey; Chris·•mf.s would _not be · h as cont.inned her work in her pri- ! a m atter of fact M a.d:im Pin ker , fe ar- Well, gi r ls. m aybe ther e is still a uth d ·eb old, Iva Pierce and Mar· Christmas wit hout the nobl·e bird. vate studio with g-r.e at success. i fol that he mig ht be tempted t o me chance for t he rest of us. T here a re / garet Lambert. Dr. Florence W ,hyte Then, ther~ were tI1e crr.n ber ries, the it i~ his o~n behalf, has taken pos- still 154 nights Idt. w.as taken in as a graduate member. pl.um pud~hng and all the other s~a- i GIRT..S CLUB NOToES se.::~10n of 1t and h as it s afely in her T l:e success of t his initiation an.d sona ble viands. The1-e must be ·a r Mrs. Dunning brnug-ht rnme. e>f t!ie r eticule. Will t he boys with t h ose ter ri b l e ban q,u et was d·ue iin a lar.ge measui:e tree with to.ys for .Mar gery a.n cl t he ! piece's t h at. the F abricatori club ar e f The words of Isis cease. The r id- shrill voices, t h at i.m ist u p .o n keen- t.o_ the un t iring ·e fforts of the combaby broth~1-. Neve r h ::d E .len seen ; working on over t o s ho w the g·irl<=. : die is prop.ou.nded. Silence. R ameses i? t he girls that live o.n the north m ittee of which the f ollowing were , suc.h i;upr eme jo.y as Marg·ery clis." J All of this work is interesting, and , c a.n only g asp. 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The way Bobb.y star ed. at S voboed articles for mother and dear sick ' mas gifts. / cute vengence o.n him. His despair- da last W e dnesd ay i n c.h apel ' 'f..e dad.dy. : ' '\ --.--\ ing cry neld the -truel a.nswer of _the thought t here mig h t be a knoc k -out. On rctur.ning to .her apartment,. af· TRUE · GREATNESS l Riddle of Isis; and s he havi.ng re.r ter helpin.g ~argery tri~ . the tree, . "That mian is great and he alone, ~gned the posLion of ancie.nt go~dess You seniors h.a d bett er w a it '.intil han.g the stockings and plac·e t he toys, , r Wl:.o seeks a grer tn~ss n :it 1 i , own, m f1!-v9r of. more m odern env1ron- you win your g a mes b efore yuu Ellen drcpped into her fa vorit-e ch air. For .neither praise nor ~T>P!f· ment bestows her h a.nd a nd heart on bring your g oat on t he c a mpus. . -.; ' I Had she eve1· been so tired? But Oh! Co.ntent to know' P..n:d be 'unknown; the young inventor. Rameses, after · the thrll of it all. What wos t r t.; Whole within hjmself ." !:fa _,narrow escape, is reconciled t,o Bi:U Th omas: Mary Caudle wa.nts us the door bell at this hour? She -Meredith j his fate as cO-.:proprietor of Pinker's t o tell you t hat she r eally c.1d n" t send opened the door and there stood I seminary and deddes to be hap p.y tha~yi cture to you. Harry,-the ~riend "':'ho ,h ad always j ~O'J;ICE. TO SUBSCRIBERS provided , J10 one mispronounces his meant more 111 her hfe than anyone : Smee Chnstmas ' vacation begins nam e. Ot to., " Did you ever t ake - cloroelse and to whom she h.ad given of- I Decem.ber 19 and school .doe.~ not reT he cast of characters are as fol- f9.rm ?" fenfe, though she knew .not how. op en till J anuary 5, the .next issue of lows: Alliso.n : Who t·eac.hes i t ? "Elle.n, may I come in? The hour is the PedFgogian will be under date of Isis - --- - - - ----- '.M argue rite Coatney late, I k!!ow, hut I must. exp.lain s0me ! J.anuar.y 13, 1931. R ameses II ___ : ____ Archie Vosberg things to.nig ht. I arrived in tow.n th.is R egina ld ----·--- -- - Kenneth Y:_oung WHAT WOULD HAPPEN I F : week, not knowing you were .here. I UNIVERSAL EDUCATION P e.nelope Pinker --- --- Helen H owe V. Speich w.alked out of c l ass? This evening when I g ot to my t"oom, In t he rea0jusj;men t of social op- R ose -------------- Daisy Dahlstrom Duane S ams c alled up a girl f o.r a t ired and lonely, I walked to my win- portunity to the .new claims of know!- ! D aisy ----------- Evely.n Williams dat e '! dow hoping somethi.ng might .d is- ed~e, bu$.i.ness and ?.!'pirni:jon, our ; P atty -------------- Ruth Hanlon E? Pederson .would settle d.ow.n? tract my thoughts. Your blinds werP chief p.urpose should be to make a · B ashi ------------ Darre.ll Railsback. , Aileen Cox stayed away from t h e up, shamelessly I watched you and g ood educa tion effec t ively open Achmed ------------- ----- Leo C ole 1'tudy hall? · the little girl trim the , ap.artment, to ever. body, and that, there- Bim bu ---·---~----- Henr.y- R ailsback I Menit wou.ld really g i v e s ome one followed you to her home, -0.owntown, fore we· should welcome every Members of the "Show Chorus a break? and b ack again. It was all a reveal- ki.n.d of experime_nt, find place Roberta Stephenson, Rut h Gilliland, T O!'l'1 R. would quit flirting? ing vi! irn!' You, whom I had t hought for every kind .of study, test lren~ Vanderford, Maxine Nelson, Al~ We should g·e t s h orte ned periods outstandingly vain, selfish and snob- every h~·pothes.is, grapple with every ice Parriott, Thelma Pasco, · Roberta -Friday before vacatio n? _ bish to be doing this! Can't you f.or- difficulty in a searc..1-i for those kinds Cowell, Ruth Chatelain. · · . · . · . --g ive an~ forg et and let t his "Y.ule- of education which, at one and the Member~ ru · the Da~cing Chorus · Will all those who wan t snorteneci tide" blot "out t~e past?" 1 same t ime, make enjoyment· and deEvely n Wi.lliams, Jeann~ s ·l inker · cl asses on Friday ple ase a tt.end all Ellen fl.ushed wit.h p1easure. Was mand d-iscipline of body a.nd mind Dorothy · Cawthorne, .L a Verne Set: c o.nvocations until then. List en for it only a fe~ hours ago that she h:a.d 1 alike.-Sir Michael Sadler. zer, Daisy D ahlstrom, Dorothy San- announcements!! t\10ugh.t Christmas SQ dull and stupid! · ders, Mildred Maloney. ..-and Ruth SIGMA . TAU EDUCATIONAL AIMS Ha.nlo.n. INITIATES

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ing." The football di.n.ner is postEDUCAT ' IONAL REWARDS l)oned until January 13 If you s·eek the· rewar.d,s which _ _ __ __·_ GIRL.S' CLUB ht? a man who his . o a · 1g hly lear.ned occupation you The GuJs' club m edin g last Monday will find your g at d . ' . . f ed b re an immei>.s.urnwas . eatur y the pre- bJe rewards in such things as these· sentat 1on of three Christmas song:> in the gratitude f h "t f . . . - . 1 · o umam y or sera novel w ay. Claudia Luce, the p1- vice· the advent . th -11 d . . d "J . ' · mes,. n s an tna'J" nist,l p 1Ba.ye to theN' World," umphs of explorat·ion 1·.n SCJ·ence, · lls" oy .d ·'S' • art Lng. e e. ' an . ilent .ight, on and indust-ry· · , the P Ieasure of s e.If-exher which . of pressi'on and ..."atJ"sfacti"o . th . h mstrument . 1 d . hconsisted h . n m . e proe1g.. t gu .s covere Wit s eets, ea ch mulg . at io.n of you1· ow.n ·1·d eas,. th e ac.-epresentmg one note of the .;c ale. quisiti.on of social status· and the "S 0 l" JS . especia . 11y t 0 b e commended IJ-Ortunity for satisfying your ' opintellec· on her jingling. ' tual ambitions.- C . .E . Seashore.

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" And Wh at Is TM s Thing C alled of Tri Beta w as held Mo nd ay , even- L o v e ?" intoned t he r a d io announcer. iJ!g Jru1 11ar y t h e ti . A p e tit i on from "A phonogr ap h re cor d. '' the Colorado Sta t e Ain ·ic u lt unl C o lA n d i f it is a phon og r aph reco r d ie.g-e for ~ ch.apte r. i n T r i Be t a was it m u st oe " the hit of the w eek" on rc-.cl. ThIB c o ll e~ e is loc a t e d nt F (•rt- tJ1e P . S . T . C. c ampus for so many f, i:ins, Colo ra·-l >. an j . •ia :-; a n enroll- stu d e n t s E·t,ICcum be d t o C up id's arment .of 1400 st ude.nts w it h 137 o.n I ro w s .d u ri ng v a cation th at we a lmost the facul ty, 21 of wh on'l a re in the sui::pect a rnb r osa m atrimon ial hu rBiolog.y d epaTtments alone. P i chap- e au working ov er t ime in some of ter vot ed· fav orabl y on th.e petition . t h e secret pl.a c es of this hi g her i.nstiThe p1·og r am$ co.nsisted of three i n - ' t uti on of lea rnin g . . terest in g and well prepared talks. The Even "W ill a rd F owl er , w ho m ade first one was givEl111 by C harles Par k s. a n eloque1nt . ~peech just before v a' His topi c w as "The p.hysiolo g y of c ati on on the foll y of coJlege students Ductless Glands} ' g et ti n g m a rried c ame .b a ck admitt i.n g Little was known of the d.uc tless t h at .he h a d persu a d ed Miss Inez Sil'- 11 glands u,ntil comparatively rec ent. It son to ch a n g e her -name on Dec emhas been discovered that t h ey c on-- h e r 20. , t rol almost a ll t h.e ·functfons of t he Harold H eiH g , fo11o w i.n g t he exbody. Among t he•3e glands. are t he ample of his pred ec EGsor, D ick Wil- : thy roid, pituit ary, ~h.ymus , p a.n creas, li a.ms, ~ e elJl ed t o th.ink it .necessary 1 and t he pi n e al g lands. to h a ve a n .assbta n t .in t h e postal de The th y roid g land is perhap s t h e part me.nt so Miss Corinne H est er of best kn own. T h is is lo c at.ed in the Ka;ns as City. a sophomore in t he colneck emb raci.ng the lary.nx. La c k le g e i s n ow i n pos ition to aid H a rold ' of t h yr oid secretion ca uses creti n ism on r us h days if n eed be. and goitre. Cretins are p.h ydcally A lthou gh t he m arri age of Mis s Jo.y defo rmed and men tall y deofici.e nt. But ler to Elmer Hutto n of Au.bum Placing of ioc:Jine i.n the drin_k i_ng. wat- took p l ace _e a rli er i~ t he y ear i~ was t int ervals reduces cretinism 2.nd n ot a nnoun ce d .unti l · t h e .holi d ays. ef -. ts g oit re. The thyroi d is r.e- Mrs. H u tto.n 1s · a se.m· or b u t wi·u no ·t preve.n sponsible for normal growtb and contin u e her s ch ool w ork at presi;nt. I 't m~n till 1 y. •On Dec·embe 17, M iss Mona , . . Smith, J The Pit uitary g land is located a t a sop h o mo r~, bec ame Mrs. Otis Ke·l - 1 the base of t h.e brai n . Over se-cre- s ay at Cl a ~1~da, Iowa. . I tio n causes g ia ntism wh il e u nde•r se~ T h e T ra i:r 1!1g s ch o ~l .a1s ~ was .m- i cretion c a.uses dw a rfis m. The para- v a ded ~ n~ Dan. C u pid cl aimed t w o thyroid gland g o ver.ns the calciu m i.n m?re v1ct~ms. In Iowa, Dec ember 6,_ the b loo.d . T he p a ncre ~ s secret es i n - MiEs J u ani ta B i:ay ch an g ed. _her n ame suJin into t he blood. 'This t ak es c a re• to Mrs : O~<';r R eeveo:. Miss Velm. of t he s·urn lus stig ar in the bo.c:ly. M ae R 1c.h ardso.n at A~burn, Decenv Laok of this in sulin c a use s di a betes. ber 24,_ becai:zie· t h e .b r_1de of Ch arle~ · Th-e nE xt rep ort w as g iven by L or - Fra nk hn W ng h tsn; a n. . . . . K · - H - them·e was "Bird E vide-ntly- V enus son- di d n ot ln mt , ened. eun_ingA . e_r a " T'-is idea de- h is atta cks t o t he Per.u c ampus for \ B an mg 1.n menc · "· · . h" _, · t th 1 · :f d A d b ·n ] 803 he als o se.nt i s u.ar t s m o e rea m s velope9; as ba .a.a. . b~ d.u <'.~th1 silver of t h e a1um ni. T.he press a n.no u nced ' firt tried an mg i r s wi A M El ." L ,.. c C ole first b r o ugh t the m arr i ag-e of Geor g e . c ro.y wne. D r . e .n . . . . and Mildred C oulter of Aubur,11.. Both the advant ages of th1s idea t o Amer- M . d Mrs McE lroy att end-ed Peru. . . "t h J . t In 1908 a th o u I . a.n . . . ican o.rm o c g1s s. M McEl r ov. rec eiv·ed his de g r ee in . <l banded at New Havr. · d b san 1r s w ere 1928., o:ince 'th at time h e h as been en, Conn . h h e a.d c oach in t h e hig h school at ! The lege.nds on the bands b e ar t e 'Ab , Br i i! gep or t , N . ebras k a . G eorg e e following : Notify Biological S u.rve•y, McElr.oy will be remem b ered for Washi.n gt on, D . C. Over 1,200 perp eru •s o~ t - i ~~~~~~~~========~======:::::::::::: · e.d w i"t !.1 .v . ears t o· c om e a s _one_ o f __ sons at p r ese nt ar e Sup p ll

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The auditorium W ? S fille d on Frid ay eve.ning, J anu ary 9, for the prese.nt ation of the high school operet ta, "The R iddle of Isis." T.he Iibreto was very cleve r, bdn.g b ased on a yo u.ng l adi es' seminar.y tour.i ng the r uins of Eg.yp t. The .g irls wer e chaper oned by Mad am Pinker, h,ead of t he semin a r y. Mad am , Pinker · believed herself t o h av.e ~n the quee n .of Kin g R ameses iI l.n a former in.1 c ar natio.n, and so was ".~ery . interested I in his m um v. T.his p art w as very I we:!! p lay ed b y Helen Ho~. ) Kenn eth Youn g took the p art of a ; .yo un g Eg~ i p tolo g ist who h ad dis· I c overed a w ay to bring the mummies back t o life. · He w as much in.terest. ed in the mum m y is Is.is, d augh ter 1 of l ife. He succeeds i.n b r in g ing .he.r to life, an d immedi ately fell in love 1wHh her. Ma r g.uerit e Coatney a!!_ IEis, p r.oved to h ave a lovely sopr ano voice a.n·d showed some very fi ne acting ability. P enelope Pi nker b ro u ght . Rameses b ack to life, and ann oun ced t o him t heir bet r oth al. The part of Rameses w as ve ry cl everly ·l:'.nacte.d b.v Ar chie Vo ~ ber g . Some supposed B ed ouins appear a nd p ropose• to Elop-e wit h t he semin ary. The g irls agree and gain Mad am P in ker's consent. T.he cHmax is re ached w hrn th e r idd1es pron ounck d by Isi·s to t he cou.p les ab.out t o marry, are found to be corre ct . h is f ~ e.n nrooou.n<ls t he riddle fo r hers:elf_a.nd .R egina ld.. R a meses, w ho is sur- posed t o 2.nswer the riddl es can; not d o co because h.e h as lost t he book ;wJ., ich contains t he a nswers; it is actual!¥ in the possession of Pink1 ,~ i. . _ :..... .,g h .a coincide nce Regin ald hims:-elf a nswers tJ12 riddle, and the operett a e.nds in n ge neral r ejoic1 ing. T he members of b oth. c ast and c hor us are t o be greatly comi:ne nded fo r t h €i r fi ne wo r k. Th e d irecto r ; l Mit:s E ll en W ilson sh owed great abil., ity in directin g a production of t his sort aided b.y P r ofessor Benford. Sp ecial appreci at io.n is d ue Miss E valy n Gilbert fo r her symp athetic accomp anyi.n g.

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of ~Abe".' Nor has he for.gott en his j Alma Mater since .!Je left for h e sent • back Da~e Millhollin, La_wrence Rice, / . 1inois. and Orville Haden. Their goo.d work ' Many Enloy Christmas Numbers Giv- "Her Husbancf's Wife" to Be Given in athletics show t.he best coaching .: en by Music Departments . JanuaTy 23 as Budget Event from th~ old Peruvian. Mr. and Mrs. 1 1 McEJroy wi11 make their home at ' -··- - · · · ! . dgeport. TRAINERS PRES•E NT PAGEANT The Bud get PJ ~y t.o be produced ' ' :J ..Bill" Knapp is Offered $100.00 for Brl Oil Painting Miss Iris Jones who received her , The Christmas Pageant give.n b¥ for the stu.dent bod.y on Jan:uary 23, degree from here in 193.0, on Decem- i' the Training school took .place .on is " Her Husband's Wife" by A. E. Won Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford Mr. an.cl Mrs. Knapp_ rece.ntly re(Continued on Page Four) Tuesday, Dec·ember 16. TJns very m- Th Walt er Prichard Eaton, f.or Traveling and Research teresting program represen ted every •. omas. ccived .a.n oil painting from their son, , grade in the ·T raining school as wen . dramat ic critic, says; " Onr instinct Worth Conkle, a gradu.ate of Peru Wi!j.itt'm Kna.pp. · Ias the hjgh school Girl's Glee club, , is to catalogue "Her Husband's Wife" State Teac hers Colle.ire in 1919, .h as ''Bill, '' as he w~ known .on the . · and a girl's chorus 'made up of the as a farce; and yet,, whe.n we think !'ecently won o.ne of the highest hon· campus .graduated from Peru State music majors: The program was '. of !rene, we distr.ust the t erm. Per- ors which can come to a college man; Teachers College a f.ew years ago and planned by Prof~sor . Benfor d with haps a more non-committal course a Rhodes Scholars.hip to Oxford. is now teaching. at Panama. ' the help of the student music teach- , is best Ge.ntJe Reader~a goo.cl play!" Having Jived on a farm near Peru I Th~ painting which is a product of Gala Night to Be Celebnted With ers. Eac.h grade· ;was directed b.y its j A double cast system is being work- f or a nuI'J1ber -of years he learned the Bill's. own skill is quite a lovely piece Splashes of Gypsy Color student teacher. The little folks 1 ed, the characters who do the best ways of life of the farmers living near of a~ 'It is a picture of a large J showed that they can follow <liree- ; work will be selected to play the parts U:e Missou ri river. But he instinctivbouq.U·e t of dahlias in an old low rose T.he sophomore fiesta to be h.e.Jd in tions quite as well as the college peo- !on the campus. In case the p'Jay is ely fe1t that he ·wanted to do some· . vase and is beautifully done. He h.as the H. S. Aurutorium Jan.uary 16, will pie, in fact perhaps just a little bet- ~ WEU enoug.h performed it will be tak- thing else tha.n carpe.n tering, b is never had any painting lessons but be a Gypsy re'l1dez-vous, resplendent ter. All in .~l, the program was an ' en on tour an.d both casts will be per- father's trade, and so at that time he seems to be a natural born artist. He · with splashes of gypsy col.o r and gay '.assured success, and added a.notht>r , mitted to prxsent the play in diff&- entered the University of Nebraska. was offered a large sum for the pfo- with gypsy laughter. Come-dance I aurel to t h e music department. ' ent towns.. He had t ried his hand at writing long 1 tore .but he made it as a gift for his .your merriest. June Bricke.Jl and / The foll.owing two casts are in re- before graduation but he had to earn parents and so refused the offer. her five Gypsy Vagabonds will fill • Cantata Given by Glee Club hearsal: a living and so be started teaching. They a;re very pro.ud o_f it and right- tHe t.. • • h I He spent t'wo years at y ale stud yair wit . me1od ies of wandedust J The Christmas Cantata was .4'iVt'>n Cast 1 ~~ a n<l romance. Come-enjoy the pro- Wednesday, December 17. Th.is can- John Belden ---------- Orvis Smith i.ng pl aywriting and then taught in ~ gram- (surprises a:e in. store f~r J tata is usual!~ given by the colleg·e Richard Belden ___ Paul Mulh~Jland- the Uni_versity of ~orth J?akota and ~ CALENDAR v y.o.u) Gypsy tale.nt bes hidden on this chorus,' b~t this year WllS t aken over 1 Stuart Randolph __ Edward Schaefer at .the time he rec~1ved his sch?larWednesday, January 14 ~ very campus. . I b~ the Girls Glee chib. They rer- ! Irene Ra:ndolph ____ La Veta Green _s~1p .h e was teachmg at the UmverV Come-a·nd have your sharpest wits tamly proved themselve~ worthy of Emily Ladew ______ Doroth.y Brenner s1y tof Delaware. 7:00 Y. M.• Y. W., C, C. A. 8:bout you. Games there'll be-games the task. The soprano solos were Nora --------------- .Marcelle Kelly The Crick Bottom Plays, a group Thursday, January 15 to pique,.. the ver.y best of you. / very well executed by Miss Ruth Promr>ter --------- Florence Martin of five one-act sketches h ave .been ~ 9:4-0 W. A. ·A. ~ And on the menu there'll be the 1 Wheeler; Miss EveJy.n Skeltrrn .a~lded /I · i recognized very highly. They deal 8:00 Dramatic club very thlngs th.at Gypsy folk like best to the success of the pr.oduction with Cast II · with a .distinct ' class of characters ~ to eat. Served in the very manner the effective contralto solos. Tf this is · J~hn Belden -------- Gl~n Danforth living along the river and the char7:00 Freshman c.lubs that Gypsy folk do eat them. an example of the work beinf~ done · Richard Belden ---- Orville Bueb.ler acterization is very true, wholesome Friday, January 16 /\ Start in now collecting ear ri.ngs, by the glee club, we may expect to Stuart Randolph ---- -- Forrest yorn a.nd refreshing. Ellsworth Conkle is 7:00 Biolog.y Movie V some gay bandeau for your head. Be hear more interesting programs from J Ire~e R andolph -- Charl?tte Carlson h ailed as a " typical young American Saturday, January 17 there promptly at 8:00 .o'clock, (we this organization. Emily Ledew ----- Harriet Peterson playrigflt in t he making.'' 8:00 B. B. Plattsmouth H. S. here ~ . can danace 'till 10:15). Nora ----;:--------- Bertha Newman 1 Mr. ConkJ.e sailed Se_ptember 1 for B. B. St. , Beneructs there : / Forg,~t the tiresome thfogs .yo.u Mad.onna Brady teaching at Nel- Pr.ompter --------- Marcel~ Ogurek London. He _.h as .mad: several trips Monday, January 19 , really should be doing." Come play · son Nebraska, was home for the holfrom the umvers1ty smce arnvm g 9:4.0 Separate Convocations : the part with the rest (if only a sash ' idays. , Mark Delzell, super~te.ndent at there and is planning another. His 7:00 Alpha Mu Omega _..., or a scarf?- P r epare for a happy, Virg inia Milstead, principal at Blue , Clay Center, and J ames Del~ell, who I~s .a t~aveling scholarship. He ls .do8:0.0 Kappa Delta Pi ~ carefree time. Hill, Nebraska, was home duri ng va- is teaching at Sid.ney, Iowa, spent m g his research work on the subJect ~-""'::::..ti-<;;;::.-~::..41-:;;:::::.-t.c;;::::,.-.-:::::,,.I Soph. Dance Committee 1cation. their holidays .at their home in Peru. of the theatre. (Continued on Page Four)

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I --Published Weekly at Peru State Teachers College$1.00 Aunt Eppie's Colu mn i~ Th_e LookEn1ered at the P.ostofflce of Peru, Nebraska, as second class matter. ing Glass, North Bend Eagle, North the Year- -5c single copy. Bend, December 25, is more humorous t4a.n ~ost joke -~olurrins. · It is • EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ------------------------------------ IVA G. PIERCE '· COPY ADVISER ------------------·------------------.- ----- J. W. TYLER worth reading, just for fun. STAFF ASSOCIATES The e.ditor -0f "The Discoverer,'' MERNA BROWNSON _---------------------------- - MARJORIE NELSON VERNON DUEY -----------------------"- --------- BERTHA NEWMAN Columbus high school; Miss' Gertrude EVA .GROVER -------- ------------------------------- NAOMA PIERCE Betterton, was awarded first place in HAROLD HEILIG. _______ :__:_________ _____ ______________ LEONA HUDSON Nebraska by the N_a~ionar Guild ahd FLOR~NCE MARTIN ______ :.._•----------------------- GERALD TYLER ·~ · 1 _wn•tte~ : tn · a S cro II f or -a n ed . _ltQna HESTER McCOY ------------------ ---------------- JOHN WHEAT.LEY contest. Nine ot,her , Ne.b raska h~gh BUSINESS MANAGER ------------------------------ STEVEN TURILLE chool students won pla,c es, a.11d five CIRCULATION MANAGER ----------------------- ----- BESSIE MARTIN :"Jt hers honorab'le i:nen°tion in this conBtrSINEES ADVISER - ---------------------'---------------- C. A. HUCK test. Ov.e r 600 students th.r oughout ~=~~~~~~~~=~~~~~=~~=~=~~~~==~=~~ tha United ,Stat es 'p ,a r. tiF" . ipated. .. ·

Ln inter-scholastic contests, as in varied other life activit ies, too little conKearney State Teachers College has sideration is g.iven to the values that accrue to the losers in the co.ntest. In started its ,popular.ity ,co"htest_fcir the this co.nnection, the following quotation presents in a masterly way a goOd, Annual, accordin'g to the Antelope, wholesome _philosophy worthy of due consideration: Kearney, Nebraska. "The. test of a man js the fight he makes, i . . The g rit that he .daily shows ; 1 The Way.ne "Goldenrod" !£}so pubThe way he stands on his feet and takes 1lishes the Prof-essional. Code of Teach-. Fate's numerous bumps and blows. ers; A coward can smile wnen theres naug ht to !fear, Hamburg high sc,hool plaris to give When nothing his progress bars, letters to all the· honor .students of But it takes a man to stand up and cheer, the school, instead of members of th~ While some other fellow stars. athletic teams .only. '£he departments offering letters will be: football, ba'sIt isn't the victory after all, But the fig h_t that a brother m akes; k~bal~ ~K~ band, ~~~~ - g~e cl•1 b,_ dramatics, declamatory, shortThe man, who, driven against the wall, hand; typ.iog, and newspaper staff Still st.ands up erect and takes members, under -a p oint system. The blows of fate with his head held high, Bleeding, and bruised, and p ale, Here comes an exchange · paper Is the m" n who will win in the b.y and by 'from some distance. We welcome For he isn't afraid to fail. : "The Thorntonite", -·froni FI~rvey, Illinois, into our collection. The fresh It's the bumps you get and the jolts you gei i:na.n edition does .not seem"'" 'an inferAnd the shocks t.nat your courage stands; ior p aper in .an.y way. If the .other The hours olf sorrow, of ruin, regret, classes do as well, it is a fine publiThe prize that escapes your hands cation. That test yo.ur mettle and prove your worth. It isn't the blows you deal, \ T.he Wesleyan publish es the results But the blows you take on the good old earth O!£ !tn int eresting questionnaire handed. 1 That show if your stuff is real." 1 out by Prof. F. M. Gregg to be filled / - -000 - in by the Wesleyan students on "The

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SLUTI IS rea1:· ! out by Prof. F. M. G.regg to be filled -,-000 - ,. in by the Wesleyan students on "The "Getting out this newspaper is no picnic. If we print jo.kes ~eople say Place of Religion in Higher .:Educa·we're silly; if we do.n't th£y sa.y we're too serious. If_ we chp t~1.llgs from ti on." It was answered by 425 students other papers we are too lazy to write them ourselves; 1f we don t we are out of the six hundred-odd enrolled. stuck on our stuff. If we stick close to the jc b all d ay. we .ought to be T.he function of religion in life ·and out huntin g .up news • . If we do g.e t .out anc1 try to-hustl-e, . we ought to be on higher ed.ucation was given b;r 289 · the job in the office. If we do.n 't print contr1"b utions we d on 't .apprecrn t c t rue "To f'.nrich perSona·lity," by 240, "To g enius; and iif we do print them the paper is filled with junk. If we make acquaint man with ·· God.'' Many SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SUPPLIES a change in the other fellow's write-up we are too critical; if we don't we •re other fine · ideals · ranked toward the h too in the number given. Thirteenth HOT OR COLD SANDWICHES aS:leep. Now Like as not some guy will say we swiped this fr-om some ot er In- the list with 26 followers was "T.o paper. Well--we did.'' escape from .the commonplace." SixCOFFEE and COCOA This li ttle artitcle contains more truth th?.n one would be incli.ned to be- teenth in rank was this," To satisf.y ICE C~EAM AND COLD DRINKS lieve at first tho.ug·ht. At ever.y cross road of 1ili.1e there is some one read.y to father a.nd mother,'' with 23 advocr.iticize the .ne-x t step. The path is not always strew.n with roses, but one cates. "To gain prestige" w.as the CQNFECTIONERY and FRESH FRUITS must take the thor-ns along with the rest. answer of 15. · The college factor A Handy Place to Trade Opposite the Training School --000 - . yielding the greater stimuli and Health, which is of the hig hest importance, is sometimes given the least help in religion wasi: by 251, the homf' co.nsideration. In this hustle bustle of l.ife 0.ne loses :sig ht .0ll the true aims, b ~ ckgroun<l. Next in order, Church and strives for an artificial goaL After all, what is lifu? Health a.nd happi- worship and preaching, Clai:src>orn PERU, NEBRASKA PHON•E S 73 and 78 ness should · certainly of all things, be placed at the top of the ladder, for teaching was twelfth, nea.r the hotwithout. those- one .is of no use to himself, a-nd a detriment to other people. ·tom, and C:ampus traditions thirteenth . Records are beginnin.g to show a te.'1dency towarrl an increairn of the death rate between th·e ages of sixtee.n to twenty-two. The caus.e is laid to imRosel?.nd .1-iigh · school debate has proper .dieting or fashionable starva.1 ion. .These ages are the period of opened for the first year with twelve -~~-L;::,,- ,.-~- ~ ..._~<:::>-<:::>-~<::::::>-.~~~ growth and hence ' the effect is more disastrous. students out, says the Roseland Rambler. A fine start. .1.

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Paul Collins, w ho is teaching in Abelin, Kansas, was at home in Peru for C hristmas vacation. - Gaines, who is superi nKenne~h te ndent at Crab Orchard was re-elec-

52.9 percent of all pupils enrolled · eyes . tr av. el . instinctively to the door. were taking some scie nce subJ.ects. Of h A girl is JUst entering, concerning t ese there were 18.7 percent enBIOLOG . /' whom it seems my companion has rey IN THE HIGH SCHOOL ro.lled in the biological sciences, 17.5' T. h d. f cently learned a choice bit of infor, (By A, E. Holch) p ercent i n g eneral sc·e d 16 7 e rea m g room o the colle g'B · 1 ted with an increase in palary. It is d ifficult to Dre t th nee, an · . . . . . · m at10.n. It proves to be interesting of o . • sen . e ca use perce nt i,n other sciences. (Data by hbrary is an rnv1ti.ng place, with its indeed, and deveJ.ops into quite a science uc hf as tbiolo.g · of systematic induc- · 1eng t l'1y d'H'Cussion involving many inMISS ' BRANDT GRANTED LEAVE o u.t .ne spealiin g a slso h hy WI•th: Dr. A. A. Reed) q u·l e t an d 1•ts au· .. · I f .L · or .e ot er sciAb.o t 20 try. As I p a use on th.e thresh.old I cidental det ails, such ns her perfectMiss Ruth Br.and t, p rmc1pa o t.ue e nces commonly taug li.t in the hig h .u. y ear~ ago the Natiortal junior high, wm take a semester of sc~ools. T h e r efore mu ch of what is Education Association appointed a am inspired with sudden ambition j ~Y awful haircut and the queer look- Lsence leave f or advanced work the s aid here ap p lies a bout eq.u ally w ell committ ee of 47 tcr study the sc1·ence and w alking to the .desk, I untr h- m g brown skirt she wore yer::terday. ""' to t h e oth er high sc ho 1 . b 't t• . . , . me Our p leas11.nt conversat ion is ab,.uptlatter half of this yea r . On Janu a ry . . ·- o science su • s1 ua ion m the secondary schools. i.ngly_ demand the most formidable ly ended, however, when we b€c ame Jects. . , 1 h h . , · 2a, Miss Brandt will complete eleven _ W h. Vanous p art~ of the country and the i vo ume on t , e s elves; Dashi ell s aware of the librarii!n's steady bl ock 1 - e "1Ve et ters from a .number of d'ff . "F d t 1 f h 1 ., gaze 1·n our d1·1·ect; I I t ti 1 erent science and one half years of efficient w ork t he lar ge.r teachers · t t• su bj ects we re r copre- j u.n amen a s 0 psyc 0 ogy. io.n. re uc an Y agencies s a mg S · h - . transfer m.y _a ttention once more te i.n the trafo ing school. S he is a t1"re- t_h at th e dem a nd for te ac he rs i's gocd se.nted. The extensive report of this ecurmg t e book, ·I retire to a th e mtr1cac1es . . . of "condit. ioned emoless worker, t horoughJv in love wi t h ~·n all li~es of science an.cl tJ1e salar- committee was publis.hed by t he N· . ,secluded corn er tabl-e and arra.ng·e tional responses." Whe'n I am just classroom teach ing activiti es, a.nd i s . Jes rel.a tive ly hig h. ·. tional Bureau . of Education in Bulle- /myself comfo rt ably, with feet P'" 0 P· beginnin g to gr.asp a remo te idea of · ted b h . impor tant reason for the · contin 26 of the 1920 seri··es. The recom- ' p.e d across on th.e rounds of an op- the meaning of the phrase, there is an hig bly apprec1a y t ose stu4en t t rn · wng d eman d f or teac h ers of biol. / p.osite• ch air, I open the book 1·esolut- insistent cl amor from the co.nvoca· k d h d o.g· d h mendations presented in the r p t • t ~c h ers domg wor u n er er i·Y a ~ ot .er sciences is that stue .or el.y. ·Ho we·v er , as I believe that deep tion bell and a general uprising over d.e n ts m t h fi 1d fi d involved the following: ti 1 rec on. . . ese e s n many opporconce ntration is impossible with0ut- the room. Wit h .a sense of .relief, I She goes to the University of_Ne- t um ties ot ner th a n teacJiin g op·e n to 1. A discontinuance of competin g perfect f amiliarit y with one's 5 ur- r eturn Dashiell to the d·esk and join braska for advanced w ork le ading them. The U: S. Depa.rtm en_t of A.gri-1 subjects for the earlier years of the · ~·ound_i.ngs, I fi rst spe.nd a few minutes the cbapel-bound crowd. c_u lture a !)d tne state e•xpenme.nt sta- 1 high school: Contributed · 1m t aking an inventory of my fell aw to the A. M. degree, specializing o r t:i o?s a bs orb a .l arge number of bi.ol-1 .2. A reduction of the number , of i;tudents. majoring in he·r - c.hosen fie·ld o.,f ogists and other scientists. The U. S. specialized s ubjects which. were m ad~ / PresentJ.y, in the straggling line E VERETTS HAVE GOOD PRGGRAM Eriglish and min oring in.. E d ucatio.n._ Burea u of Pla.n't. Ind.ustry employs availabl'e in the upper years of the comin g throu g h t he d oor, I recognize The Everett Literary Society .held Her many frien ds wish for her a ;ore ~h.an~ 300 bi?log1sts and the U. secondiir·:V schoeJs. · · 1 a classmate, who simulta.neously spies 1 their reg ular meeting fo the ' Little most pteasant, profita ble ha lf -year of · Bureau. of Amm al Industry oyer 3. An increased use in all seco.n- me an~ ma_kes h er w ay to my corner . Theatre January 8. adva nceid wo r k. She will be .on ou r 2000, t otah.ng .over 3300 bio.logists in dar.y science of the ki.n.ds of scie ncti of the ro.0111. Droppin g her l.Jooks 1 "World's Call," a sh.ort story recamp us ag1.'in at t he op ening of t.he the . ~mploy of t wo . Burea~s. In k.n owledge which a common citizen beside mine o.n the t a ble, she seats viewed . by Eva Kimsey was very insummer term. . addi tion to t h e ·wo r k at W ashmgton j may .und~rstand, use, a.nd learn to . hers~!~ and proceeds, in an imp asoion- 1ter.esting . . She told of how the Miss Wil m a Scott comes to take th~ Bu_rea u of Plant. Ind~stry aJ.one . think about 'effectively, with a corres- l ed _wh_1~!JeJ·, t-0 give me a detailed de- I "world comes into the magnetic field 1 Miss Bra nd t's !'lace fo r t he r e m ainder m arntarns 5'8 fi eild. stations m all p.arts 1 po.nding reductfon of such technical scr1phoJ? of her .latest t est. Fie ar~ily of comment.''' of th is yea r. Miss Scott comes as a of t he_ U .. S. This t a·kes no account aspects a5 seem more properly to be sympat het ic, I oblidg-e her 'vi th. a , A g roup of v.ei:y entertaining p opgraduate of t he .Loveland , Color ado of the Fo~est Servi.Ce ·~Or the experi- 1 deferred for 'later stu.dy .by those who simila r experience of rr:y own, and ! ul~r .numbers were ,played b_y June high school a nd th e holder of b oth ment st ations mai.ntai.n ~ ~y th.e 1 may take special · courses in later thu,s for a few comfort ing mome.,nts ·j'Bnckell. the A. B. a.nd the A . .M. d egrees fr.o m states. The n.umbe~ o( b10log~sts em- 1years. . · ';e• excha.,ge condolenc es and reflec"Wha t I T.hink of W.h en 'Crossing Colorado St ate . T e.-achers Colle g e pl oyed by th~e~ va rious agenc1es ru.ns 4. A fu.ndamenta1 two-subject sec- tlons on tests in general and also in the Bar'," .a chalk t alk by Mar.g arGreely, Colorado, ca r rying a m H_io; well past~ the 7,000 mark. · M?.st · - of quence for aJ.l secondary school ·pu- p~r t i c.u_l a r. Fr.01]1 t his subject, the . et Troia closed the program. in En?'li~ h llP.<l a m i'l nr i n Education . the sa1 anes ran~e from $1~00 . to , pils, these consistin:g of sig.nifica rtt · d1scuss10n moves .naturally to th at 1 $36.00, but ther('! is a g ood sprmklmg · topics .or units in general science of th e p rofessors. A g lance at t he j To t he unkno wn give r, who left a ~~~ of better p ositions payin_g from and g~nera~ biology. 1 clock some .time l ~ter tells us tr.~ t la rge. bun dle of ver.y .usable ~hi!dre.!l's ~ I $4000 t o. $70~0. ~h e a bso rption of so 5. A subsequent possjbility of a_ twent~ prec1o~s mmutes are · .5one. J clothm.g and coats at the mf1rm ary ~ We Satisfy T hat Appe tite. m " n y b1olog1sts 1~ ot her . fields . of full year of work in each of chem- Conscien ce sm1 ttP.'1, we both tu!l'n to and to the faculty members and stu/) I wor k k eep s salaries relatively high i~try, physics, ph yioiology, or in a our books, a nd I renew my rernlu- d ents who h ave so t h:mg.h tfull y BROWN'S EAT SH OP . I f~ r t eachfo g p ositions i.n hio~ O f!Y· . sp e cia:li~.d biological scie.nce. tion t o fini.~.h the ch ?pter on emotions br?ught, shoes an.d clothing f.or t he In these .days w.hen t.eachm g pos1-J Tha t the education 1 l p.ublic will re- and have 1t done wi t h. children s clothes chest. I W!Sh to Phone 63 - Deliveries a t JO p. m. ~ ti ons are difficult to secure it p ays to , spo.nci to ·- wel1-c<'.nsidered r ecom- 1 . F or fully. five mi n.utes, I a~ o.nly express my a!'.precia.tion an_d ~ra.t i­ ~ . . q / be p r ep a red t~ do oth er wo rk as .'"".ell. / mendatfons. such as those reporter!, is .d1~ y conscious of the ge_nt le hbrP.ry tu.de. Tr.e:5e g ifts will be d1scnmm~'°'>-"'--..._~-<:;::,,.-<:;::,,.~e Then th ere is the field of med1cme. shown by a study .of the conditi1J.ns noise about me. Th en ~ sm gle nudge at ely d1stnbuted. A number of our stu.de nt:i in the pa~t 1 in secondary school sciences before from my n ~ighbor arouses me and my I Ruth Ahlberg ~-~~-~ ~ f ew years h a ve done the1.r .pre-med ic .and after the report was widely disI wo rk at Peru. The standin g .of these tributed. • It. so happene d t h at a mem I stu.de.nts · i.n t h e Me d ica1 C o11 ege at her of the committee had m ade a rl e - -~<:::>- <:::>- --::::. - <::::>-<::::>-<::::>-<::::>-~~ SERV1CE WITH A SMILE fl . RIGHT • A • WAY Omaha has bee~ exc~ptionally strong, tailed stud.~ . of the science situat ion ti SHOE SHOP so that t he UmverSl ty of Nebraska in a large number of seco.nd arv ~ ~ ~ M. C. ~EDL~Y n ow g l.adly ' accepts our · pre-medic I sch~ols i.n the yea r 1908. (For a fujl ~ work,. _ / report see School and $ociety, Dec. ~ ~ ~ Of primar.y importance to a: pros- ;__15., 1924). Dr. Georg e v. Hunter .!i ad ~=======~======re c tiye t eaehei: is t h e• co.nsiderat ion of sent a quest ion ary to 5QO Je?di.11 g ~ ~ ~~~~~~ -· ,>~· 1~is c.hP.n~e t o. get ~ teaching positi0~ '. public schools to a.scert a?n the fe<- II 0 ~ ii if he m ajors m a given field. On this quence of courses 1n science. R e- 8 '~ p oi nt w e a r e glad . to be a.ble to, say I plies were received. from 276 f Ch ools I ~ ~ • • Ii tr a t f.nr t h e p ast 15 ,..years at least, in 34 states. In 1923 Dr. Hllnte r sent Mor tician ~ t ti e r·t.u de,.,ts m ajoring in t he -Pe·r u. bi - [ a · simili.ar q.uestionary to these a.nd . ~ ' ~ V ol0l!Y d ep artmen t have a lmost with- 1 to a bout 500 additio;nal sch.ools in ~ A.MBULANCE SERVICE nut excep t i,.,n heeli .h r.ppily placed .in . large cities, small urbal) communities, -"'0~-~-<o--·::::,,,-<:::>-.:;;::..-<:::>..,<:;::,,.~~~ t.e acMn g posi~ion s. Recently -an rn- ·an.cl towns.hip and district. high

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• L OCALS a litt le rule for the btuhe. thim:s al h Williams, who is teaching at GIRL SCOUTS t h at tend t o c ome to all, w i c . J ' R P. West spent the . n al or gan - " to smile . and. si.ng · · Peru· The Girl Scouts, a n a t JO. unu_, e r a ll di.ff1cu1-· Wheeling, holidays in Christmas . d medical student at j ization, is open. t o an·y· girl who ex- ties." in Girl Elvin , •t spent the holipresses her des11r e to JOm, and volunCitizens hip is str ess ed . the Nebraska umvers1 y o~~~o d th Sc.o uts in t he p at rol w hich JS • p ru t arily a ccepts the promises a n e · ::ind days m e •. who is teaching ill T wo games of basket ball . are on la ws. 'l'he ob 'ect of the Girl S couts b asic .un it of the- organizat1.o~ f'or J ld Vavrma. . t he program for t h e fans this week. J • which affords fine oppo r t u mtie s era} school in C olfax count y, spent Mr. and Mrs. S. M . Brownell spent T he fi rst was wit h Cotner on Mon- is · t 0 b ring · to a ll g irls the opp-0r t u n - t ra · n 'ng in t his fi e Ld · p a trols a nd a rura Chr . tm a s holi·day s in Peru. 1 1 N ew Y ears wee k a t t h e D e1ze II . h o.me. d a:y eve,ning, J anuary 12, and the sec- ity for g r oup experiences, fo r out- t roops conduc t t h eir ow.n m eet ings. rt, teac h·ng I .. · the ·- is "t SyraMr. Browne11, was t h e fi. rs t pnncip~1 ond will be wit h St. Benedict?s on door life, t o learn throug h w or k, b~t a nd the s couts thus l~arn t he e 1erne nkts- cuse, Bill NDe braska, a venpo spen t th"' holidays at "" of t he Demonstr ation hig h school, Ln Saturd ay evening, J anuar y 17. These ' more thr oug h play, and to serve their ! of p arlia m en t a ry Ja w, a.nd .b y wo~ the year Ul21-22. .F ollowin~ t h is .he 'will both be interesti.n.g gam es., and community. P_atter.ned a f:er t he Girl ing toget her in g roup s · ~hey ~e;- hze h ome. went to Yale for his Doctor. s d egree. will be well worth see~ng. Guides of Engl and, the sister org a.n- the . nece'Ssit y of d emocratic dec1s ~1s, K APPA D ELTA P I fie then t au.ght a year at t he ~ew T he P eru Bobcats will h ave s.even 1·iz at ion of the Bo.y Sco.uts, t he Gir l Th ey also c om e to p ave a commum~y D lta P i met Monday e venYork State Teachers College for high I games at home this · y ear, and t he J Scouts h ave developed a m ethod of inter es t of a.n .impersona l s o r t . Th~s ' Kappa ~ 15 in the high school Scho9! T eac.hers. F or t h: past t h ree ! same n umber aw ay from home. This I' self-government and a variety of . ac- is perhaps the gre atest s i ngle cont:n - i.n.g, Dec em. e r dle li -.·,hted room 1 years he h. as bee.n .su perintende.nt at / will b e in addi tio.n to the games aJ- ti vit ies th at .appea r to be .well suit ed ' but io.n .of t he sc o.u·ts toward t h e. train. - assembly. I.nto a can A la~ge ChristG r osse P om t e, M1c.h ~gan. Mrs. B rown- re·ad y p layed, w hich w.ere only c:in- , to the desires,... a.nd the dominant need s ing of g irls fo r citi zen·s hip.. ' the stacre, evergTeen G ir Is, m t h e me mbers came. ell was f? r merly Miss Esth er D elzell, sidered as practice gam es. F ollowing J of t he g irls as the 89,864 scou·ts and the past, have. h a d little· -0r n o mas htre:, : :e window~, anrl candles who receJ ved her B. from is t he complet e college sc.hedule: the 2,500 new ap p !jc an ts e ach month mo.n i.nter est in g ames and play. T hei r :weat rn . d ow and . the ..::t.age Peru in 1922. Their_. son, R ich.ard, Games at P.erut estify . g ames have b een either s o litary o r in de ac,, hol iday setting'. eleven mo.~t'.hs. o.ld , en~o~ed :he views . Cotner ColJ.ege J a.n u ary 12 T.he ac t ivit ies Qf t h e Gii:I Sc:outs in ver.y small groups and i n a c t ivi- m a e a p 1 " I dd d of Peru, ridin~ m state i.n his Gra~d- l St. Benedict's J an u ary 17. ~ j center a bou.t t hree interests; home ties lar gely of .a p erson a l n atu re. If Christmas musi c pJayed so~t y a e fat h er Delzell s w heelbarrow, wh1 ch r Omah a U niversity, J anuary 24. , Health ahd Citizenship . women are to b ecome e.ffect i ve in the final to uch. ' · was w heeled .aroun d . throug h town j W a.y ne, F ebrua ry 21. T he hom e prog-ram prov ide s ins:e·n- ' moder.~ n olit ical soci.ety, they mt1::t . T he program c o nsi.;;l ed of (:.hnstb y the .g randfat her ,himself . k W , Chadi·on, F ebru a ry 25 and 26. t iv·es for p ract icing woman's world- .I h a ve e a r li-es t y ou th. g regari ou s m a:; c a r ols, le.d by Mrs. b li Superi ntendent and Mrs. Mar .: oo b · .· 1 t 1 · • d h . 1. 1 "Waltz in A m:qor V old arts .y r equi nng e ei;nen ary in t erests and oc cu p a ti.ons., a n s u e , v 10 1n s o .o -· · · t , Kear.ne y, F ebru a ry C I Ddzell. of Clay e.nte.r a so spen l , . b. d fi . . ki h k pi g · B eah ms, b~ Mildred Hanks; Christ;. t heir vacation at P eru , visiting his . All these will be. ud g e; games, an I pre c1:,n cy idn choo ngl , .oufseh eflt h.n f ul• Ii the or.ga.nization se eks t o d~vefop. d m s b y Mrs N orw•1o d; a vo.:·al i will be called at eig ht o clock. .1 ~r~t aid, an t . e r u es o · C on trib uted by Commu.mt.y Le~ - m as p oe . · · 1 p a rents. : Game•3 away. hvrng for all gi r l scc.uts p assm.g be- ership S t udent- Refer en ce, Lo mse s o lo "Trees" by Leo11a 1 Chad r on, J anuar.v 28 and 29. yond the tenderfoot stage. Of t he J Fra nces St evens Br y a n t . C hris t-m a s l egen d s by Sadie Mr. a nd Mrs. R. D. Overh olt are h t f C rmk. the . fo r ty-odd subjects fo r w hich p rofi ciJY.Hss H udson w as t e gu·es or spending t he winter in F lorid a. T hey :· Way·ne, J anu ary 31.· I ency b.ad g es a re given. more t h an l THE REFE RENCE LIBR ARIAN will visit t he Crag o family while . O m ah a Uni v.ersit y.• February '6. .e ven ing. there. Both .Mr. Ov·er holt a nd Mr. ' Kear.ney, February 7. o.n.e-fourt.h are in ..activit ies d.irect~y At times behind the d es k she sit s, . A fte r Christmas trear.s the memCrago were on t h e faculty h ere fo r Cotner, F ebru ary 10 r elated to the services of woman m At t imes am ong t he stacks she fli ts . b ers felt r e ad.y to go tr. t h.eit" v arimany years, Mr. Overholt as r e!!iS,; St. Benedict's, F ebru ar y 13. i the honie, as moth er , nurse or home - , Folks interrupt her p erfe c t .e a se o u s h omes f o r the ho li~ay3 to enjoy tr.ar a.nd Mr. Crago, as head .of the The gam es wit.h Wayne, Chadron, , maker. . . . . By aski ng q.uestions such as these.; a real M e rr.y Chr istmas. Psychology, d epar tment. Ke arney and Omaha are cha mp ion- 1 • The spirit of p l ay · infuse~ .mto t he H ow t all was p rehist oric m a n? shio games.. !simplest a.n d most. repetitious _of rH ,.,w old, I pray, w as Sist er A n ne? STU D ENTS TAT~ K AT TRI DETA A check of t he pre.sent e.n rollment • · h ousehold tasks b anishes -d~udgeiry. W h!!!t should one d o w h e1n c ats h ave (Contin u ed From Page One) list of st u dents in an attempt to d eterJ an.uary 6, 1931. lnt o th.is work, . so often drstast eful fits. e a u o f B iological S urvey. Much of mine why P eru State Te~ <'.!-.ers Col- Dea.n W . N . Delzell because of solitud e". is int e; w?ven the I W hat wom ri n first in ve.'l t ed m itts? t h e life hist ory of bird s has been I0g e was £elf.ct ed f or coll ege work,. Stat e Teac.hers College . sense of comrad esh ip. T.his is effect - W.ho said " T'o labor is to n ray,.? learned as a r€•u lt. Ducks and .oth rnme interesf'i.TJg info r mation w~ s se- P eru, Nebraska. ; ed partly. ~y havi n~ much of t he How much dla D a.nie1 L ambert w e ig-h? er birds kiUed b.y h unters furnish cu red. It w as r evealerl that e lmo~t My Dear Dean: ! act u al t r aini.ng do.ne m g r oups. An- 1 8.!-tould one Foell it "wo" or "woe." ? m ost of the r e.cords. th re·o h undred of the f ew over five L awrence Malm p layed baske•tball oth.er elemeffb is . .th e public recog ni- What is t he f are t o K okom o? Amo n g t he b i rds branded a re : gulls, h11.11 dred ~tu-d en ts no w en roJled were against Cen t ral last nig ht and re- t ion and rew.ardin.g of skills in t h is W as C.la r k's .natne rea lly, t rul y ter ns, swifts, swallows, pelicans, herinfl u<n ced or induced t o come to P e- minded me of the d.ays when he was service of women to t he world. . Chamn? ru thrC'n g h f avnrable impres,ions re- h·elp"i.n g bring ch amp ionships to "Old Hand icr af ts of m a n.y so; ts ent er m - Would you l end me a p ostage f't.a rop? o ns, mallard dtrcks, pint?.i!s, g eei;-e, 1 c·; ive? from a lumn i and former st u- Peru." He looked about as g ood as t o tJ1e progr am of the girl scouts. In H ave you t h.e r h ymes of Edwa~d m " u 1 ing .d o ves, crows, bluej.ays, blackbirds, and bl.ue winged t e a ls. The dents. he used t o -look against We sleyan. He campin g, g ir ls must know .h ow 1o set 1 L ear ? oldest know.•1 bird branded i n AmerIt was foun.d that six st"den ts Pr e is n.'Jw at Michigan Col lege of Mi.nes. up t r.n ts, buil.d lean-to's and construct W hat. wag-es <lo t h ey p ay you h ere? ic::i was a pint.ail du.ck. This duck ·enrolled from Be nklPman H r-.h , cr.-·01, He graduates this Epting wit.h honors, firep laces. They must know, also, What diction ary is the b e~t? all of whom state that t.he.v wer e rn- h av ing made the sch ol arship fraterni- how to make knots of v~~ious sorts j D id Beau Br.ummel wea r a s~tin v est ? wa.s banded S eptember 16. 1914 and cou raged t o come by t h e·ir s tiperin- t y. He is a cr edit to "Old P eru. " t o use f or bandages, t ytng parcels, I How ·do vo u soell "A nem ic." n l.e a se ? k il led i n 1927 at the age of 13 v.eP.rs. Tr.-1 last t::i lk was .given by .Keith te n rlent., C. E. An d rews. T his is m n~t W aldo W illhoft, who p air ed with hitching and ot her uses. Amon g t he W.hat is ~ Gorg ansala ch ee~ e? · c 0mmp,nd ab'l e, especially w h e.n it fa Malm broug ht a t ennis champions.hip pr? ductive occupat ions j.n "."hich pro ~ W h o f erried souls across the S t yx? WolfP. He chof'e for h i s · subje ct "C ~ nr'1i·' i ons 0 f Existence of Lan d remembered t h at Ben k!.em?.n is Jo- to P.er u, is pract icing law at Colton, ficie~cy b ad geG are . awai d ed ~r:. W h at is t h e squar e of ni nety -s ix? c ated in t he e•xtreme west ern p <> rt " f Californi a. He was g r aduated from cookin g, house pJ.annrn.g, beeke·epi.n ,, , Ar e oysters good t o e>' t in Marcli? Animals." There are two priin a ry 1\T h r n!"ki1. It is also com mentiable tin Unive·n ity . of Michigan L aw d Pi r ying, g ener al farmin g, g~rden- J Ar e green ban ::i.n2s f ull .of starch? di verEions of J.and an i n1als. First, ar.e in fr.<it it <.liows clearly th ~t Su!Jf'r in - School las t y e ar, wi th ho.nor s. H-e- ing, milli nery, w.e aving a nd needle- Wher e is t he book I used t o see? those1 w.hich l ive in ·direct c.0.n t.act t en-dent Andrews has the t rn e P PJ·.11 seem s ,f~ 11 • <'.n t h e road to beihg a work. 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'-O€•r ti »::? 1r,.-,e ct1-0.n h h dum ate, heat, w at e r , a.nd f o od ~ll - t h "f tv ., ra p resenteu t ree nu m ers. roll ed rttglents fo r being respN1~ iblt:) crntly received hi s Ph. D. fr om t he Iscout is n · h e Pl"'Y a n import an'f part in ~.he d1s He alth , Phy~ ical and men tal, is the first dw ash Gavotte for sending one or more students Uni v·en ity of Mirrnesota. :f wb v ltzG uonot, b B ht e trib ntion of ani m~ ls. Mi-e-ratl o n s are eil ch to P eru t his vear : E dn a Arm Phi'Jlip Hoyt I m et last summer o.n k ey n ote t o the sco.ut acti vity p r o- i s econ t e · iam_ous a " Y ra ms . a·l «?.' w 1..1 -.1'ch• i s .no' ch r.('f two 1:yprn : peno sti:~n g, John Alber,. Albert a Anderso.n, t he streets of N ew York just as I was l!T~ m . It is aimed to a evel op the a.n;h the l as~ Ah ta f by! Lo~e.y.b1 m a ] and reg ul a r ; a n d ~porad1c wh1 Marg~ ret Albert, Lo ui ~e Bower, Mrs. r zr.dv t o s r il for R ott erd?m. P hil h 11 bit of h ea lth, ,r ather th an to give e m em ~rs 0 . \ 1.e 0 ~ e imi ~­ i s i rregula r or a c cidental. Fred Boatman, Mr:; . . A. Bea 11ch?.TPp, is w~rkin g fo i: t h e Bell Telephone simplv a b o.d y of inform~ ' on r ela- tette were: rst vio m s ; tto Poe t Ive ' · t.o ' th e ::i.n at m Y and physi olo!!y s ·torff, Mrs. Beer.her, F. W. Burk e, Joe· B ut- Company and fe ems t o like it. M Mild.red p . Ha nk s, dW i nifre.d · I" E etQ ' • + t d · u of th e hum an bod.v.- Person ii l he?.lt.h tit, r s. }-' r nott; se con v io rns: va ~.<:::> · <.:::>.o:.s:;,~ - ~~-"'>~~ )er . W est.on Rr uce. H Plmit Brrc Jrm"rn , ..., m ce .r ou a r e m .eres ·e m .a yo ur i·~ 1·p cocr.r 1'zed b.y th.e b adge .of "Healt. h Grov·er, Hel en G,_ilbert, Wilma ·Sile nce, Ill . F.. C. Beck, F :oi.n ni e Cem0r e, Il ~rbe rt boys, I t.r.o.ug ht yo u mi g ht be gl ad ' F fl Cleaning a n d P re,ssin.~ that i ~ Casev, C. E. Clark, Dor othy Cow 11 n, to sha re m y news w ith me. Wi.nn er," aw ard.e d to .. the gir l who and LeQt a D av is. ~ .done right . Mens s uits $1.2 5 , ll Cou~ty S.u perinte ndent . Mfl lvern , IoGive my regards to President P ate for t.!-i ree months f ollows certain rul es --,--~~P a nts 50c. W e spe cialize in \{ wa. P rice Do vie, Mark Del z ~ ll, Mn1de and the Lion -T amer s. I h op e to see of li vin g.. s uch as ·e atin g o.nly wh o le~ Half the beha vior on ~h e part of ll lad ies clot hes . We c all every ~ Di; hrow, Et t a Durfr E' e, J ack Fisher, t he P resi u.ent at the N. E. A. in De- some fo o-d s, drinking plenty of wa+er, children is a.n im it a tion .. f the be- I/I Wec\nesd a y and Saturday. Erm a F edde. J~d e Gi v f P~, Glen Gil- troi t. goin g to bed e arly., ·e xercisin g in the ; havio.r of their elders.- S a r a h L ou ise II D . P. HEL M , Neb r a s ka C ity J<.e>:on, Lon Graf. A. C. Gu.irm , Helen Y,ours sincerely, open ai r, keeping clean, an d w h o A r.no Id. \{ h t h Its f h b ' ...... ..,...~ -<;;:::,. ,,.-,,~~ ~-~-~-..:::::::,.. I.,. F d Gard neG Al ice H a~fo r~ lny ~ 1 gE. C. Beck s ows e r~u o suc D serv a n c~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ gi•1s, P a11·1 Her t z, Lucill e H up;h es, P:oi ul bv imp ro ved heal th. a nd oost ure ?,n d I ~-"""- .:::;::,, - ~ -... ...... ..... .__. ...__. ..,_., -~_,.,,,, -" _.. -"'> <:: Hertz, Ca rl H urst, Harland HeiJig, b.~ th~ absence of colri;. 0 11 tdl'o r'-: ued From P age One) · I~ Ann a Ha han, Fr.ank Holmes, Geor gia her (Contin . , .• • 23 m ~ r ri .: d F re-cl Aµen of the ~n n rts, su ch as swimming-, boating., . Hu ter.ins, Dor othv. Irvin, Ada J ohnC ll Thi"s yea r dancin g and other health-pr.educin g Li.•1coln Busin eos o ege•. Sf'.n, Joh_nson, c. A. . John~on, Mrs. All en h as be en t each.in.g at York activit ies are encouraged. Of all ~ I ' J.~>e Kre1c1, RosJol~na Kolm, Carl Lud- b ut now t.hey will make their home li ealth -promoti ng activit ies, c am:ni ng d1ngt on Helen L1chtv, Margaret .L::i mf th is considered one of the best, an.d t his t·each;n~~.;. -;',Q Q ;ti.OD ~. ' · p ercy L ?pp., ·onSoa _8.rm .!! - ~ ,.... .:> .a. " bert, Spencer . Leger,_ h ere's near t o Joveere. whethe r a pho.n- is recommended f or all ph?.ses of 1 11/) Mar garet .Lov1sa,R Ahc~ an.n, ogr ap h 1'€cor d .or a ]'1t"J ' d go d lif e in t he ope.n, from the sin gle d rJ y's ~ <"" M . Musselm J M ' e bl in ' J. M. Meritt, A. . a.iors, oy or- of a mo re r omantic age of wr.om .J.. i1'P with one oµt-door meal to t he ga n, Mrs. Nell a McKean, . Mrs. '."1.ar.y ' tw as w ii tte n., "'fie:; said t h at love is overnit e or week-end hike, and finMe~ erve, Ric.! iard Madden, . Mm am . . h h " r lly t o the real big ·su.mmer camp. M.cGrew, V'iola Mullh olland G A bh.nd, a nd ca nnot ·see JUSt w ere JS Gi rl scouts learn how to dress fo r ~ • • < ' • • • • dar ts t o aim." 1 McElro.y, M1Ihcent Newm an, Emp1~1e Miss Ann.a Ma ri e Beebe, Orleans, outdoo r livin g , how to walk w it h out I ~ IIlCO Papez, Fern. Presnell, Emery . .ne- N·e b r as k a w as ma rn. e·d t o M r. ...R ob er t fat ig ue , and h ,.,w to provide th i:> mfert, Ge."1ev1eve Pnef er t, Lor en Pike, H L G C 1 d M' selves wit h food, warmth., and shelter. • ""' - ~~~- ~ ,.,._, ""-rover , o ora o. 1ss " . L h h ii b1ts . .ar.e qm.t e ~...,..,<:.;:::,._ - -- - ~.--,, .c:;:::,.. ~ .c:;:::,..- ~ -,.,.., ~ ......... ~-~ H >1 rold Peterson . Devona Pric e, M. D · B . b ower, k 1rnr A . B. d·eg ree f rom _ v .nmm tw 1t y n·ealt. ee e ta es . .......,._-....::::.-.w......._ - ...___ - -....:.._ - ....:::::, - ----- ~-........._,,. d B G . o Fe, p eru St·at e a t. t i1e c-1ose of t h e s·eco n d as i mportant as are the. p.urelv --... ' Bell, Mrs. G. W . Brown, · -ner- lilI Mrs. J ames Bar t a, S. J . R ?r-:n. S. , t f -t h" h 'J M L son al, a rid t h e older f!Jrl scouts : 1 re fl . h s-emes er o .J S yea r ; w l e r. ow" I/ T R Y O UR Rowley, Aleta Rh olens, T . .L . R 1c - er r ec .._ _ 1ves . h 1s ' A. B . n...,.eg1ee . t t h health gua r- ; a e ex!)e . r.,·t ed t .o become h R BLACK W A L NUT -DATE COOKIES nrds, A. B. Ri tchi e, F red ot er., ' ame t 1me ' f r om C o 1r.ra d o St a t e uni- .d ian•s w'bch mea."ls th at t hev tnke · Dor oth y R owan, E . H. Sl otr n wer, an inte Jligent interest i.n t he thi ngs ve rsity. Mr. Lower is a so.n of a perMyrtle Sorenson, Wilber Schi.ndle r, perta ining to public .h.e?.1-th, such as , sonal fri end .of t h e- fac ulty adv isor Ed na Steel, Elizabeth StDn.e, Fa nnie _nl ay.g roun ds, swimming pools., sch ool , ll Phone 17 0 of th ~ P edagogian, an d gr.adu at ed I( Step he ns, F ay Southwell, Helen Sv.'1Jnnches. w i>. ter and milk sunnli es, ·· 0 - <::::,, _ -... _ ......_ _ ---.._ _ ......_ _ Peru, N ebras ka . . L from .h igh school u.ndef- t he super- 1 ·-..... _ ......._ - ~ h M T to, W m. Speic , rs. arp1111ng, · vision Ic e"h streets, t h e- disp osition of waste ~ -~--.c-...- ~__...."""--- ""'of Mr. T yler, -~-~ "-"' ~-w A. 'T immerm an, R oy Tur ner, N or ma n I an <l garb age, th e reJ!i strati ~."1 of I ~--....::::,.-~-"->----- ,,,...___.-.. : : ,. . T J-> orpe, Mild red Thomp son, Ber yl Up- - - - - --I bi rt h~, : 1 nd tr.e preventio.n of infant ~ _ ......_,._ -..._,,.._ i ch urc h, G. H. W ri gh t!'m an, W 8v ne · Mrs. G. W. Brown was .hostess at mortality. T hey also learn h ow· t o o ~ Wilso.n. Senora W eb er, Geor ge Will.y, t he r eg.ula r meeting of t he F aculty lh el:i ~·~ ti r~e o~ ~mergen cy in fi r et aid ~ D. H. We be r, W il ber Ynun g, E >trle D ames o.n Thursd ay afte rn oon, J an- , ach v11Jef', rn sickn ess ~s home nurse, Aiidrews, Charl es Pl ace, Francis P ar- u ary .8, 1931. '."11:s. Clar k and Miss a nd at all ti mes as c.hild n.1Jrse. /) rish , Mrs. Mild red Sizemor e, F or rest S yr~es wer e ass1st'.n g ~ostess~s. The I. A:. 8cout wh ose mi n.d is fi ll ed wit h I/ Shr r der, Mary Sc.huJe.riber g, Mrs. M$1- l ad1·es spent the t ime 1.n sewm g and mteresting facts about bi rds an d ii n rv Slotts Mrs. w. H. Simons, C, E. visiting . _A_t the close of th e after- I ~ ma.ls an d treec, !l.nd wh o is bus.v p l?y- ~ Mathew~: T helma Wells, Ada W ag- noon, delicious r efreshments wer e I rn i.r g-ames with h '!r c.ompanion s or in ~ . ' ner, and Let a Artist. .. 1 ser v e-cl, _carry in g out a . colo~ sc.heme m aki_ng useful an d b eautifn l th i n ~ s 0 o.f orch id and go1d. Miss Li~ dstrom, and m r end·erin.g active ser vice to her . ~ Education is o.ne p atrimo ny th at sister of Professor . C. R. Lmdstrom h ome fl,nd commu."lity is apt to h Pv e HOT CHOCOLAT ~ no accident, not even w ar Cfl n t ake of t he mal\_u al arts ..depar tme nt , was a h ealthy l'!'l ind w ithr>.nt thinkin g E BE S T COFFEE' IN TO away.- Thomas Nelson P alje. . a g uest at the meeting. prnch about it. And she t hus p os- ~ WN '1

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1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 11-12  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 11-12 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 11-12  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 11-12 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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