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Betwee.n twenty a nd t hirty people from Peru 1'..ad t he rare p ri vilege of hearing two oper a s su n g in Italian • Sunday, March 29 . j -11 E.e<!ess ends. Tuesday eve.rung, M a rch 17.- Theise I.( M ....,. d M h 30 . I oa ay, arc oper as were g·iven b y the Chicago ' 9: 45 Sepa r ate convocation Civic Opera ·Company at the Co1i- j Tuesday, March 31 seum at Lincol n, Nebr aska.. 9:45 Al1 classes meet.

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a tea mster --- - Des ire D efrere l a bly conduc·:r.d by Frantz ProschowL ucia, mother ~f Turi<l du. ---- --j ,:ki of Chicago.· ~is. s ubject w as · Constance Eberhart . Vocal ;roblems: Tone, Breath, Co1___ ,. reg_ul~t1ons as prescribed _by the AsConduc t or, Rube r t o ·Moranz.o n i. -or, Etc. ' This class was very well w·n B G" . soc1at10n can remain a member of t h The seco:nd opera was "I Pa.g liac . " a ttended. I e d1ve-n April 4th. Work Is Alaad Cl: ments Give Excellent . Association. Heretofore West b L 1 c1, Th thi d ~ . rea y Well Progressed. Talks on N. E. A. Convention . . d I r Y . e oJ1<;ava1 o. Nedda, wife .of . e r master class was in the gmia an owa h ave bee.n asked to Caruo, a stroUi.ng player, has been F1·eld of the vio1in. Ramon B. Girvin Tom-Steve's m~d! St p t . k 1 . clean up t heir athletic sit u ations by car ry ing on a flirtation with Silvio, a J ?f Chicago was in charge. The sub· a ric ent an air of festivity the North Central ksociati.on, a nd Helen-He'H get over it. t ' th K D 1 p hi·s discourse was, "Violin young peas an t . T onio, the clown of i Jee t o f e appa e ta i meeting held they have a.one so. T.his year North. t he p rayers, is i·n Lo ve with Nedda. I from th.e P e·dagog ici>.1 Stan.dpoint." Tom-I <lon't know. in the high school auditorium Mon- western University is being asked w , Beca us e she has scorned his atte.nH_e aroused ~onsiderable interest by Helen-You've never been married." day evenin.g. The organ~zation was do so. tions, he leads Caruio to a rendesvo·~ ' havmg o ne of his pupils demonstrate If you had yo.u'.d know there ain't proud to have as its guests, fourteen " Ou· st, n di.n.g me.n in e d1ucation who bet.wee~ Ne?da a.n.d Silvio. ~~oli~ $28,000 ~enuine Stradivari us anything else for married folks to do. students of outstandin.g ability. It is . a k-ed t '.l the members of the• Associa111 Tbe inf uriat ed. husband attempts to Th · l- t d . .T-0m-I don't blame h"1m none for 11oped that th.ese people will some· tion were Dr. H. C. Morrison, u · . rus.h upon his r ival, but Slil vio es~ mos t e_ tas an. -in many respects the : bo;n• mad' t ~· time Q.e qualified for active member- versity of Chicago, Dr. C. H. Judd, cape.s. The action of the comedy - m e·r es mg m as . ter class was in . h University of Chicag o, Dr. Ben H. voice cult e Th d Helen-It's natural. He t. h;"ks he s ip as ma.ny Kadelpians are graduwhich folLows (second act) has--..in it · ' ur · IS was <_:On ucte.d "" Wood, C-Olumbi.l>_. University, Dean M. b F t p h k h ating in May. a quarrel between hiusband a.nd wife y ran .z r.osc ows i· of C.hicago. o1ug t to be 1e.t to say what Kate does Th E. H 2gg arty, Univer~ ity of Minnesot a because of a11othe~ e w program forexcitethe Pre SJ'd en t L · D · Co ff 1'.n, u niversit y of' 1 gue~ts ~ man, a nd C a n 1'o Mr_. b . Prcschowsk_i demonstl'-ated his with her life. as full ofprep?.red humor and siezes .up.o Tom-Of c ourse. uru·- n the sit u ati.o.n as ideal for at iht.y d t b_y havmg d h num_e rous vocal men t b es1'd•e s some interesting facts Michig a n, PresidE1nt S. F. C,,,pen, _ his r eveJ'Jge. H e sta bs Nedda to death s u e.n s s mg an t en pomt out th.eir Helen-Beca use it's right th.at ev- on- education. M.iss Wanna Metcalf versity of Buffalo, Pres.i dent H. M. while t h e audie nce thinks it is a part s tro? g a.nd weak !1oints and offer rng- ery man 'should be the master, .and displa.yed some of the m usical talent Gage, Cot Colleg_e, President W . D. of th.e p.J.ay, a nd SiJvi.o, sens ing Ned ges~;ns for helpmg them solve their decide things th~t really matter. of the o_r ganization by a piano solo, Scot •, Nor t hwestern U niver: it y, Pres· t a.nee, pro · ' by Grieg . All .e ms. f th h kl . h Women · ou ght t o JUSt coo k an d c l ean 1 "To S pnng,' Then Dr. 1«le?1 t E . C. Ell'10tt, P urdue University, da ,s d anger, rushes to h.e r ass1s . o , ese c1asse1S were e H ID t. e an d sew an d may b e c h_op a little / Maxwell presented a report of the and President Hutc.hinson of the• Unionly to share her fate. hall 'f th ~ h k t 1 0 The cast was as · foll ows: . · r om 0 · e rn us er 0 e · wo.od, an.cl have the babies. Detroit c onventi.on which. was attend- versity of Chicago .. Canio, m aster of a v illage c.o medy Tom-that's how God meant it to ed by ~r: Chatelain, Mr. Norwood, "With.out do ubt the meeti.ng of the t r oupe ----- --- C.harles Marshall I • • b; Mr. Jimerson, Mr. Clements a.nd Dr. North Central Association always Nedd.a, h is wife ____ _ H ilda Burke elen-Ar;id if a woman sometimes Maxwell. First he have a brief se- brings t ogether a .larg e groiup of the Tonio, the clown - - Richard Bonelli tI'1 gets to thinking it aint quite fair, if sume of educatioinal organizations. outstanding ediucators of AmericaBeppo ----- ----- Guiseppe Cava<lore I shhe sets ~erself t~ sor~ ?f change He told of the v alue of such grou_ys and every discussion is by .an expe•rt . . t --. It ings a. little, shes fl.ym m the face to any campus as well as t.o each per- . in t he field he is t.o di'scuss. 81 J v10, a y o.ung peasan Marcio - - ---------I son participating. ·They should exFioreI Nat1·onal Contest Numbers Are B em g 0 f p roVJ d ence.1 ' Conduct or , ~Fraruk St. Leger. Practised by Members · · Tom-I look at it like this-a fel- tend to every member a c.hance for ler ought not to be hard on a woman professional advancement and social ------"The Tin Soldier " - and "Bridal 1if she kinda :tiusses once in a while. or caltural, values. ' two selections the I long as she ain't let do Soon Mr. M axwell tur.ned fr.om the sem:or hig h school orc,b,e.stra. WILi play I anything? professional side of the convention· in the Nation al contest thi~ year made Tom- That's it. to other "hig h lig hts." H'e told about Dramatic Club Make-Up Contest Js __ . 1 u p. the chapel program Friday, March Helen-That idea ain't original, is meeting ol.d friends, a.bou,t banpu·e ts Most •Excjti'ng Pass Time 2 it? Yo.u borr.owed it! from which they emerged more de10 Miss W ilson A ppears In Graduation Superintendent Clements the T.om-Who from? flated (as to their pocketbooks) th.an . h" h read h t For the past two weeks members At Auditorium, Friday, Aprii 3,1931. motto .o f t h is g roup w 1c .opes o Helen-Adam. inflated, and a bo1ut t,heir trip to and of the Dramatic Club have .be·e n e·x _ . 1 t th N t h th retain e tr.o p y won· .a tte ·a 10na Do you agree with Helen or Kate? from Det roit. It seemed to h ave been perime.nting with grease "p aint,· lin. ei" s',. "T "Th Th 0 The f oUowtn g numbers constitute co.11Jtest i.n 1930· is mo o IS: e Detour" is .a play in three acts " all fair w~ather when g.oo.d f ellows . to h"ch Have a nd To Hold.'' ."To hold this by Owen Davis, to be presented by get together." T'he various educ.a- ahnd crepe h.a.ir. M~n,y stran ge faces the r eci.ta1 program w the we need. t <;> w or k an d t o c?-.op:rat e.,, t h·e student bo d y of p eru State Te ach- t~nal ideals of th.e group formed the ave been _ . . . . . 1 . S',.e.en. . "s' tal'·' =n g.' th e· b. .oard s" pubhc is cor dially mvi.t ed. The orc..'1es tra under the dfrect10n -0:f.- ers .College, as the spring budget basis of much1interesting dis cussion of ~he sta~e . m tlie Little The;:itre. Sonata Pathe tiq.ue --- - --- Beethoven Otto Boelstorff, supe rvised by Pro- play on Saturday night, April 4, 1931. /1 since some were radicals· some con- (:lu_.eelf ~a.r irct~s-frbm ·Chin.a;.ga.Jants / Grav-e fessor Jindra, is busily ~t. work to Th.is is one of Mr.. Davis' most im- serv atives; and then the' mug~ur),p.' _f:r;~:n M~xico,. ~n_d e_~en some of the Allegr o di molto e c on brio f u1fil th.is motto and brmg back pressive efforts, a rema rkable stud.y Thet merits of C.hevrolets also offer ed ans-~ocrat O~· the -railroad ties. Adagio Cautabile to Peru. aga.in in 1931 the Nationa l .of rural types, drawn with much sin- a"!iother t opic f.or i·ntense : ~-~gume.n.~.' · .Yo_u as~ ':h.y . ~ll t~is ·exp·e nditure Rond o Trophy. cerity .and power. It concerns the They didn't forget thei_r ·. :fHends; ,.0 f ~.o.n~y-, ''time and energ y-? Draefforts of a woman to free herself, "Amos a nd Andy" -While journeY,ing m~atrc ~Lub members .are . g.o ing to diSixtee.n sc.hools p articipated in a and the obstacles standing in the alon g, for one nig ht they 'drove - - rec~ plays- a nd as future directo rs · of Hark! Hark! th.e Lark ---- - high. s chool debate tournament at way of her realization of the impor- miles per h.our j us t ·to arrive at a '.note they are ·e ager to ~!Oive the mys.Shu bert-Lis zt t_e ries .of make-up. For this' purpose H asting s recently. E ach school en - tant things in life. This is a serious town in time to tiu.ne-in fo th.i:\rrt. Liebestraumme ------ Sh u b ert-L iszt work worthy Qf y.o ur serio.us attenAfter h earing th1~ report no stu- a make-up contea-t·\¥as heJd on Th.ursga.ged in at Jeast three deb ates and tion. dent failed to · r ealize why, ~erfa iJ;l, d~y evening, Marc.h·; th'e': nineteenth. Staccaw Etude --------- R u binstein had to lose t wo to be eliminated. The Cast professors wer e a bit sleep·y .and in- Th.is -: consisted of competition beG r a nd Island w.on out in the fi.nals, Parel!ude i.n G minor _ Racbrnan;no1f Stephen Hardy -.----- Virgil Sha rpe disp.osed for a few · days following tween .grouq)s, each one of t he six b ei.ng undefeated .during the four Mar ch of the Dwa!:fs - - --- - - - Grieg Hel~n, his w ife __ Helen Kaltenborn the trip;" or where the new jokes a.nd groups' havfog . an artist· to represent r ounds of t he t ournament .- The Ti(Conti'nued On Page Four) (Conti'nu.ed On Page Four) (Continued On Pag'e Four) T-0 a Water Lity --------- McDow ell g er Cub, Hast ings .hig h school. Danse N"e.gre ---------~------ S c ott

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with broad and indifferent shoulders ica and WhY should be selected to do something / _ . . about half-baked greeting and snap~ W ashingtpn-who Jed t.he Amenc.an Well, Her.bi.e., it is just as you say, py collegiate comebacks. We refer to forces, thus securing o ur national J.nall in a life time. the salutations w.hich come hurtling ! dependence, pres ided. over constitmat us fr.om our educational kindred ' tio.nal convention that fixed- o.ur form as they crash past o.n- big business. of g overnment, ' and organize~ _our We will draw a picture. We meet, : government under the const1·t ut1on. Ruth A: W.h_at kin.cl. of a hushand Jet say a friend who we feel re- 1 Jefferson-w ho .directed 01Ur people wouad y oHu aydvise mt e glet? p bl" h d w kl ' . . . Mabel : ou ge a s mg e man: and - - u is e ee Y , . Peru Sta:te Teachers - Collegesonably certain will recognize us this ,fr_om foreign ideals, t hus aidmg us leav e the h usband s alone. · · / Entered at the Postoffice Of Peru, Nebraska., as second class matter. $1 00 morning. As our eyes clinch with in becoming truly American, dou,., '-1_e.d the Year-;-5c 'single copy. his, we flash a smile a.nd open up for our national domain by the Loms1Lewie: Who was the first radio fan? EDITOR-IN-CHIEF a merr.y _"Hello . ., We are stalled by a na Puirchase, and inspired tb.e people Ben: Paul Reve.re. He broadcast'€d

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"Hi, kid, how they g·oi.ng ?''- and 1.ame- to participation in their .government. with one p1ug. ly answer, "Yeah, isn't it?" while Lincoln-who preserved our natio:n we wonder what the answer to that during the great Civil war, thus pre. STAFF ASSOCIATES The following. .n-0te was found in MERNA BROWNSON . MARJORIE NELSON one should have been. StiU in a daze I venting disunion, made the words of EVA GROVER ---------------------------BERTHA NEWMAN we are accosted by two more sharp- Declaration of Independence-"_All the Pedagogian box; "The last issue FLORENCE MARTI _________________________ _ y.our column was diifieiult to read." N ---------------------------- JOHN WHEATLEY ers who want to know in a hurry. men are created eqrua.1''-a reality, of I am very sorry, perhaps Mr. Cline. yak.now?" and "How ya hit- and has co.n tin.ued i p.fl ue.ncing protin' it?"-It is. very trying. If we try foundly all ma.nkind for right and b.urg wiLI have his secretary explain. - to explain the oxidation theory or righteousness . TRY TRY AGAIN discuss our batting score, our friends • "T:he of mice and men ga.ng aft agley, leave wi .naught, will yelp in amazement, "Hey, where'd b.ut the grief a pain for promised jo.y.''-Robert Burns. you get it?'' _ • . Even though it takes a little time A.ye, this is so true. Is jt not our schemes go a g1immering when we had "How's tricks?" is also a hot one to take> yo ur notebooks back to the expeot•d •o muoh.'Nm them? It;, =t , 0 muoh that we mu" bUI "'" fond to handle when off gua<>l. "lfow'• / dorm, ;t ;, better ..not to take th•rn plana goodbye, but it ;, in the method. your ol' man?" fa atill =•nawerod, a date. Why. they m.g,ht even got . and with "Isn't that sompin '?" we turn /lost. 1t The .office has received a sommun- I 15 .not the measure of a man to be able to say, "I d1d my best, but.it tail, completely routed. Why n.ot evwas not _good enough. What more could I have done?" in a ton f . eryone just accompany "Ah, there!" i' ic ation from Esther L. Ho.yt, stating Gi.n. T: I have a little English prob· wh·ic h. imp · i·1es that he has foug.ht .and lost a good fight ' d h . e 0 v.o ice I1w1"th a meanmg · 1ook and 1et it g.o at th at s h e mten · d s to aitten d C o 1um b"ia lem. In this sentence, "Take the ac. e 1t. an e -IS ready to that? • university th.is summer to start work f cow out of the lot," wh~t mood? Le t it . so .be with , us, if at once you don't succeed, tr.y try again. o.nMiss her Hoyt, master's degree. of the late daiughter Ivall': Undoubtedly, the cow. WHAT ARE CLASSES WORTH? Professor Hoyt w.hom all the PeruviDid you ever stop to consider that i ans and especially the science depart-000Otoo: The other Clay I heard a felINDIVIDUALITY IS IN STYLE each and every class you atte.nd has ment miss so deeply, has had a very a doll ar and cents value to you? This successful year .at Cumberland, Mary- low say that Columbus was croo·ked. Everyo.ne seems to be striving for indiv"d rt If · . is true in two ways. ' land, a.nd encloses a. program of her N ow just what proof would we have friends with a stranger, ju.st tell him that h ~ ud~ff1' y. Cwe wish to make First, we are ail coming here · for Annu al Seventh Grade Music pr.o- for t h a t? June: We11, .he. d o.uble crossed the two weeks ago. Miss eve.n pe nc1·1s are b em . g made by as many · de' ffs 1 erent. lothes ' cars' h omes; t h e expressed p.urpose .of gaining g ram given · ated · W e wo nd er why there is this era . I erent patterns as can be ongm. . , h"1g.h er educatio.n. The classroom is I1 H oyt exten d s h er regards . f . . to all Per.u ocean, .did n't he? all, very similar. Possibly it is becaus vf1.11tgh or orig mali.ty :Vhich is, after : where it is to be EeCl\lred. If we were I friends. 0 e present s t ress l ai'd o.n person- ' working we would be getting from j' P,rt t Y a nd its cultivation. Yet why h e Id --. of their friends? Perhap s. ou.t . not · to make your plans, O ye pe1.son a11ty b most peopl e care t o h ave the ,' fifty t'l two hundred dollars a month. I Begm From the . way girls #' talk around vari-0us models and types of articles s 1 is d ecause of thie ease with which 1 Cou.nting for five classes a d ay ·1 aluanni and friends of Peru., for t he th.e mail box at t he dorm. t here are are ma. e · Perhaps 1"t is · b ecau.se of the twenty days a mo.nth., each class is' . an.niu al f all homecoming d ay! This .. -cons t ant strl).ggle for supre"ina H contracts, yes, lots of contracts coman. d we must watcJ our choice cy.If owever we know th a t 1't is · Ln · style, 1 worth- from fifty cents to two doll ars. : f a.11 a re al game will b~ featu.r- i ng in e v ery mail. . '. 1 1 dividuality, we must follow ou·· we aie gomg- to accept this mode of in.- Estimating our living expenses and ed at the event. Wayne• State Teach 1 acte 11s .· t•1c f eatures of one persoI own . this . amou.nts to at i' ers Co11 ege w~11 . do b attle on S atur-t b pan. . . .We should n ot expect t h e char- a d.J' L' mg t h em m 'fY· . W e must select o.ur own n .·o e. md1v1dual to us · Th ey w1.11 not qua!- 1east two dollars and a half per 1 ......,y, ,1n 0 ct ob er 24, 1931. . Way.n.e .has 1 1 Fa·mous Sayinj?'s. them. Although they should pif1.11·cip es a.nd pos~essions as we believe in ' per class. j been g iving the other teams .a run for "I d on ' t know where I'm going, 1de as, I tiiey may still ex- ,,. Secon d ; every class we ·attend is an th · mo_n ey and a batt le re.g a l awaits press our characters. · - con o1m to present . · e.ir i mvestment in future dividends. Th at the Bobc ats, full of rea l enj.oyment but I'm on my way. ''-Columb "I' us. 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basis and after the da.nce was over by the federal office .of Ediucat1on , T hirty M en H ave T hus F ar Checked Peru Won Seven State Champion- many eommented that they hoped "The Millionaire," a Comedy, Will Be t.he enrollment in elementary schools O ut Suits t o Beg i'n Prac tice · - t e1Y shi·ps, Three Seconds, Past 10 Years we might have more like it' in the Supported .b y Competent Cast for the year 1930 was opprox1ma future. Those facu.lty m,embers p resent 21,370,000. The number of p upils eno ver t hirty foot ball suits were Team W Year L ~pp. chs. "The MiJlionaire" by . Juliet . Wil- rolled in pu b lie · hig h sc h 0 0 l s w as c h ecked out M onday, Marc · h t 6, to 1 were president Pate. Mrs. Dunning, . . 230 1922 0 Peru 9 134 Mr. Chatelain and Mr. Kronenberg. her Tompkms, a comedy m three acts 4,030,000. The total number of teach- m e'n who w ill seek positions on Peru's 1923 0 . Peru. 10 104 344 1 · is 'to be the high sc_hooJ's senior. play. ers w:as 848, 500 ; the number of school 1931 football .te am . 133 247 Mrs. J. W. T.yler a.nd son. Gerald April 17, UJlder the direction of .houses, '254,200. School expendit ures Coach Gilkes.o n will send the men 1924 0 Peru 9 176 377 left Thursday for Greeley, Colorado, Miss Dorot,hy Worley, the following totaled $2,289,000,000. The !?umber t hro·ugh t wo w eek s of h ard work -On 1925 0 Peru 13 191 412 where Mrs. Tyler will comp,Je~ her cast ~iLI produce the comedy: of pupils enr olled in privat e and par- the gridi ron in .order t o b.uild a foun1926 1 Peru 11 239 427 work on her master's degree. Gerald IA t Ad . H th p . C II /ochial elementary and secondary dati on fo r t he .t eam n ext f aU. Doane 6 ; . un ·e1me ea _ au11.ne owe · · ki th 1927 2 Kearney will also take up co.liege work there. . schools w as 2,704,000. .Eleven let t e rme.n a re ta ng e 185 353 1928 1 5 1Ronald Heath ---- Darrell Railsback M ti..~ ·u·· . ng / sp ri· ng t raining b es ides a la r g e num1929 o Peru 6 132 235 --· ore J,.,.n a m1 10n persons, YO'U LOST- Brow.n steer.h ide leather Blanche Heath -- Ro.ber ta S.tephe.nson and old. were enrolled in vocat i.onal h er of n ew men t h at are an xious to 1930 2 Wayne 4 , 165 210 .purse, black leather }acing. Contains Blanchette Heath ----. Flora Dasher schools in 1930, including 170,000 who I become veteran B obc ats. The Jetter 1931 1 P~r.u 9 231 284 budget ticket, small change and oth- J~hnny Heath ------- Fred .Rhors were learning to farm better, 250,000 m en a re Hat che r , S autter, Livermor e, In the past ten years Peru has had er personal articles.-Reward. Mar- · Gideon Heath ---- Ha.ney Milstead to make better hom~s, a nd 625,000 to Littrell, a nd G ai n es i n the bac kfield; seven state· champio.nships .and three jorie Zuck. Fre~ La"".lor ----- K~nneth Young do some specific job better in trade T olly an d Ackerson g u a rds ; D ahlgren, Lott1e Pnngle --- Eumce Burbridge . · p· h d D 1.. " t kl · p d second-places in basketball. A glance Darcus . and mdustr.y, accord1.ng to t he report is er, a n asut:r ac e~, e ert th h th t p I · ---------- Maxine Nelson of "the Federal Board · for Vocational sen a n d Bruce ends, there IS n o cent~ he sco1~es s ows a eru goes at Education.-Supreme Council Bulle- e r f r o m las t f all' s s quad but one will it t oroug ly when she does win. In tin. · be pic ked from the new m-at erial. each Peru championship the percentDRAMATIC, CLUB MAKE-UP NIGHT age of .g ames won has been c.o nsid(Continued :rom Page <;>ne) SPRING PLAY , I S " THE D ETOUR" erably ,higher than the percentage - -· it m the _finals. Every one m every ( Continued F r om P a g e O ne) won by the champio.nsh.ip teams oth-1 WHITE BUTTERFLIES. group :Va~ e~couraged .to pra ctice K ate, t h eir d a u ght er - ------- 0 th d h. . . and ·ehm.mat1ons were made by a · M b I H" · er than Peru. In five of the Peru ver e gar en w 1te butterflies flit, h . . . . [ a e 1ggms . . Touch delphinums blue and tall lil- c ~uman m each g roup. Six porT om Lane --------- John Wheatley ~hamp10.nsh1ps she has lost no games, lies white, , traits v:ere. sl:own, of characters from ' Doris Rice, Supervisor Music, Cher- D on a L a mont - ~- -- - L ouie Ferguson m the other two years only one each. Dart past the marigolds, skim over dramatic literature, posed for one okee, Kansas, Honors Alma Mater Dora L amont ____ D.ona J ane Delzell In the past five years, though Peru I the roses, min.ute each. · Ben Gle n n y _______ .:_ W alter W eise ks won only twice out of t.he five, ! And dip _to the glory of colllJillbine.s I "The F akir' ' in the perso.n of Gle.n In the distrid musical preliminaries Weinstein -------- R ic hard S ankey her games lost these two years con- , . bright. Danforth, make~, Katherine Berg- I. contesting for entrance into county Prom p t er -------- J e an Blankensh ip stitL' te only six per cent f t h I: Over the garden white butterflies flit, ~an, w.011 first prize at the ~eru cont ests, Miss Rice's students of Ch.erThe p lay is 1u nder t h e d irection of 1 d b h ., . o e games F.J.uttering and tloati.ng in noon's ram~t1c club .make-up conte3t !hurs- okee, K ansas, placed j.n s op ran o vio- 1 Miss H e ndrick a n d t he scener y is hep · ayeh. .Y · er, wh11e the other cham· sunny glow. b ari.t one, t rom b one, g lee 'clubs in·g desi gned and const ruct ed b Y th e , 11 day . k m ght.k. Miss .hBergman received. a i·n 1 , pi o n~ 1ps average 25 p er cent loss. On memory's canvas comp.lete is the m . e-up It as er reward for VICd h Th P lav P rod u c·:·ion c1 as<> From 1922 to 1927 the IntercoUegpict ure_ tory. Th.e other contestan ts received tan c o~·us. ·' ·e se su.:ecesses gav e en· · ~· · A hi . . . . ' d t d d E . . ranee mto county contests held a t e 1 t h iate t et.1c Associat10.n mchLded all White wings ab.ove color below. ecura e can y aster eggs m little P't b K · r a c ou n y o.nors. . . , .._ 1 ts u rg ansas. B I th'"e d enomm at10nal schools as well Grace Tear. .nes...,,. ' Y P acing thi rd in gener a l county as all state schools. In the fall of 1927 The six different p errnns' make-up I n the c Oiun ty conta;;ts, j.ud ged by con t est, rig h t w as g a ined t o e n t er the the eight c.hurrh schools lef t the I. c. BY THE WAY. were seen on the stage as pict ures in C~r1, Busch of Kansas City, Mis s T r i-St ate c o nite st for Kans a s M issouA. A. and formed a new conference, Side by side 1k d t h t he following or.(fer. Rices co~testants placed fi rst i n. b a ri- r i a nd O k1.ahorna to b e held ' t p·tts 1 which left the I. C. A. C. a state con- / a wh·;'e wa e o,get,, er for I "Tb.e Enigma," (half dan and half tone, :larmet, and b oys ' g le e c lub of b urg S t at e T e•achers c II a. • fere nce. Since th.at time the cham- Two g d ie, d f h Jwoman) , Marcella Og u.rek. made .uo 24 _voices; second in violi n and t hi r d / Here's hopi·ng M. R~ , ege. . . .oo comra es o an . our or-a b · ~ · .· 1 . 1 I' b , 1ss i c e c omes out p1cnsh1ps stand: Kearney 1·, Wayne l·' 1 . I Y"Tl An.d.yF Svoboda. mI g ir s . gee cu of .32 voices. They of t h e T r i' -St a t e c on t est with a g en m1.1e; . ., • and Peru 2. But th h 1 d . 1e ak1r , Glen D a.nfortb; m ade a so registered for third p lace in g e n - 1 erous s h f . · • 1 1 • e w o e ay 1o~g w~s bnghter, ' up by Kat heri.ne Bergman. . . I a re o m m::ica l h onors. 1And its steady trudg mg h gnter "A w·t h .. R th B ----------------------L--lv~n . . .!. . : , u .. eai!.lCh amp, made

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PERU, NE BRASKA, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1931.

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At .a piano recital Friday eve•ning, April 3, 1931, in the college a.u.dito iium, Mr. Robert T . Ben fur d presented Miss Elle n Wilson, .a se.nior. Miss Wi1son's recital was o.ne of the best s t udent recitals to be presented in rece n t years and one of the lar.g est aurlience1S to ever attend a student reeital gave· a warm .recep tion to the entire prog r am. The program was divided into t hree · g1-.oups, as fo.llows: PROGRAM

"T.he Detou,r" w as presented by an all coHege cast under the direction of Mari an Hendrick, Saturd a.y, April 4 in the c ollege auditorium. · 1 ' Alth oug·h all the charact ers did ver.y comme.ndab1e work, spetial mention must be m ad e of the acting of the two character 1eads, Helen K alten bor.n anc;l Virgil Sh arp. They did not act t heir part s, they lived the ver y live'> .of the co u,ntry people t hey port rayed. Mabel Hi ggins a.nd John Wh eatl ey as t he juvenile le ads, i:i.nd W alter W ei e as Hen G1enny and Richaa·d Sankey as the Je•w ish tr nder, were well fitted to t ake their ...p ar ts. Ora· F ergiuson an D a.na Lamont, the ar t.i st, and Donno Jane Delzell as hi_s wife, Dora, formed a cu.lt ured con-, tJ-ast t o t he r est of t h e country types which the other char acters p rtrr.yed. The· e.n\ ire cast showed e x c e llent~x­ pression -0f t heir t aae nt and .a good underst anding and in terpretation of their li.nes. This p.Iay, a cr oss section of American coi;.intry life. pictu r es a family / land poor. Helen H ard y, t aken by Hel e•n Kalte nb orn, .h as sp ent her life sa ving mon ey to ful f W her dream of sen.din g r.e r daug·h.ter, K ate, portrayed by Mab el Higg ins. t o a1n art sch.ool in r k. pe,Steve ta ke.n bv New Virg il Yo S h?.r wishesH ardy, to t ake t he

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T.qe fo11 owing are the Day. the following prog r am uas re.nFrencb. an.d Spanis h on th e Peru cam- p res~-ed upan P erru's student bod.y · as , ll Monday, April 13 !J j ent rants listed, wit h the p.Ja.ces they dered in the mornin g service: pus for the past .y e ar,. b a s rece.ntJy no t;hi.n g e lse co.uld h ave, the serious- ' V 9:5~ S~parate Co~vocaHon. ti ) we re awa rded : . acc ep ted a position i n t he R oma.nee ness a n<l .yet j oyf ulness of t he East e: ' 7'. 00 P1 Omeg~ P1 . . Gi rls ' Glee Club-second pl ace. Doxolo.~y ----------- - ------- - -7 .oo Kappa Sigma Alpha seaso n . 1 /I ' Doro t hy Cawt hor.ne , Ruth Chate- 1 Invocatwn --- - --- - -- ----- - ----Langwa ge Dep a r t men t of M o un t : I/ 8·00 s· 1 D It a I ' I Co mun'on Hymn 1 MassaT h e cant at a gave the story of Je- ~ · 1gma au e a . lai.n Marg ueri t e Coatne,y Daisymae m - ------- - --14 Holyoke. at S <rnt h Ha<lJe,y , s us fr om t he t im e he went to Ge t h- 1 Tuesday, April · · ~. ~ Dah1strom Vena Goo d Eilen Hallen- 1 'Tis Midni g h t and on Olive's Brow chmetts. s-ema.ne ~ to -p ray un til his last w ords : 9: 50 All Classes Meet . b eck, ac~ompanist: Rut h Hanlon, Offer~ory ..- - --- -: -- - - - - - ------- - .. Mount Holyoke is t h e mother c o.I'- on t h e cross, "It is fi nis hed, Fath.er ; ! -~-"""'_"""'_<:::.:,._~_ · Mildred Malon~, M a..'Cine Nelson. Ali Hym ~ -; Low rn the Grave He Lay le.ge of all ~oma n 's c oU eg es in t h e i.nto t h y h a nds I comme nd my sp iri t." 1 .. ice P arriott, LaVer.nie Setzer, Jeanne Chi lds East er.----- ----_----United States. Bef o re t he founding S o.lo p arts wer e car r ied .b y F orrest Sli,nker. Irene Va r: derford, Evelyn . Mi~s ?eraldme Russell of t his colle ge, g i r.ls w i.shin g hjgher Cor n, te,no r; Spe nce r P axton, b.ass ; • . I Williams. A Hi g h School Girl s E aster -ed1u cat ion were o.b liged to atte nd pri- a nd G. H;Jt S t ec k, b a ritone. AME . . ~ I Mix~d Ch:?r us-seco.nd p1ace. Miss Lorene .M oothart vate -ac a.demies w hic h were mai n___ , • : r' Girls of the Glee Club and the fol- The Holy Cit y, cornet solo, --- tai.ned for pro fit. " / ,_ · . • ,. lowing men, Warrem Adams, Allen Forrest Corn A p resentatio.n of the "Cr.ucifixion" J ___ G d D R A College' Man's East er Mary Lyo.ns f el t t h .a t t here S.h- ould . , rover, Haney Milstea , arrel ai1s· - -----was given by h a lf of the college c h.o- ·· · · B d G lloway be a colle ge fo r wo men whi c h w as · . M h How ...would You L!ke To . Be Called b.acJc. Henry Railsback, Charles Trenernar a rus at Broc k, Sunda y e vening, arc , · -, . ·h 1 H d R. H ld W bb E aster In Life __ Miss Est her Cla r k perman ently endo w ed. Conse.q.u ent- 29, under t he direction of Professor ,' Ogda, I:ngy'a rd Whirlutta? I om, .owar iggs, aro e ' V . E l K 'l . Kennet. h Y-0il.ng. · · ocaJ quartet __ Miss ve yn 1 patSt ate C a n 1 ly she trav e I e d a b o u t t h. e - G. Holt; S teck.. _. . , Orchestra;-second place. rick, Miss Rut h Wheeler, Miss Mar y vass ing f o r fun d s and m 1837• as a · J The solo p a rts• w ere sung b Y S pen- 1 Does an.y.o.ne .on the campus know Dorothy ' Burbridg <> Eunice BurCaudle, Miss Claudia Luse. result of this wo r k. M o unt Holyoke C te "" C d L In this cer Paxton, bass; Forrest orn, n- Miss . Ogd.a lngyard W.hirlutta Carl- 1· brid_ge, Dorothy Cawhtorne, Ruth Benedictio.n ----- Miss Belva ar er M 1 was founded b.y a:r y y o n. o r; and M r. Stec k, bairi·t one. c C Mount H o lyoke is U!}-USUal among tbe son? This youm.g lady has accom- I hatelain, Marg uei-ite oatney, Flora h · , --. . . h I Dasher, ~i1ldred Filmer, Ruth .Gilolder women ' s c-01leges in t at it was A t .. . the phs.hed something wh1c most people 1.1· ,, V G L . H A specia1 featu.re of the service at· W ith P aul rms rong smgmg . , 1 an,., er.na raves, uc1 11 e aze 10 . t• t' fo u nded . b.y a woman "'-,a •IS m e ion b.ass solos, Forr est Corn the tenor ~ an~ot se~m to do; s~e h as succe~e~ . ton, . Hu ston Kingsolver, Helen M. the B aptist chur ch w.as the presentashared only by SmH.h.. s o los and Profess.or Stec'k the bari- m a.isc ardmg two of er na z;r:ies w c 1 Larson, Eleaoor M ajors, Hane·y Mil- tio.n of .a: short pageant in an attempt This s c hool is in t he cou ntry:, in tone s o los, the en tire chorus present- she dislikes so much. Not 'only has stea'd Ruth N aviaux Alice Parriott to he.lp .us experience in dram atic the Connectic ut V a lle y, a g ains t the ed T he Cr>u cifixion a t the Meth orist shei discarded them, but s.he has als:o Euni~e · Scb.w~~heJm, 'Ro.bertai Steph~ mann er the gloom of the crucifixion, Berkshire M ountains. A . camp us of c h.u rc.h i n Peru, T h u r s day evenlng, succeeded in keeping t)lem a secret : enson, Harold Stoltz, Charles Tren- and t he g reat jo.y of t he r esurrection, ma.n.y a c r es inclu<les 25 sp lendid buildfor a number of years; most people holm, . John Ty.non, Irene Vanderf.ord. and the fin e fellowship which followed among the disciples as a result of ings, athletic fields, tennis c o.urts , Ap r il 2. c n.nno t keep O'ne d etro t e d n an~e un d er / Clarinet--seco.nd place. the resur rection faith. two lakes a n o.bservato.ry, etc. The AB . th cover for long. I . Huston Kingsolver. 1 ed · F r om radio station K F m . e ; The characters having a part in the number of students h as bee n limit Ln th .., In case the identity of the lady is. . Tr ombo.ne-third place. us k e r hot el. L inco ' e e.n ••re p agea,nt were: to 100~0 . Memb ers of faculty and sta.ff C orn h C 'fi . still j.n question: she is M.iss Charlotte 1 Char1es Trenholm. bro a d c ast The ruc1 .~non, . . . Chorus number 212. It is n ear S o.uth HadCarlson. The names above were ·Vio.la-first place. Rut h Hawxby __ ____ Spi-rit of E aster _,,., S a"'urday, .A;pril 4. . P aul Arm stro.ng,f cp el1ed a_s they. are pronounced in t h e ·. R u'th N aviaiux. . from N orth H am . p ton,, '• C Marth a McDougal, _ M ary Magdalene ley' not far I Auburn, b ass. Forrest or_n o p 1 •he home of Ex-Presid emt C oolid g,,e.. Of k b t S wedish lang u a ge, but the correct iano so o. Thomas Pat terso.n · - - --- -- - ---- Peter ' V d tenor G H lt Stec ' a ri one, . R th Ch t l . Harold Stoltz ___ _ The. Apostle J oh.n B ig e r on, ' · · · sp elling is Agda Ingard Charlotte · u a e am. T ·h i·s school ranks with t h e th s ana t he solo p a rts. Mr. Steck directHairo1d Webb ---- ------- - -- Cleop as e .,, ~ gro.up. T-h e b r oa d c as t w.as at .Car ls:o.n. ---------------Fl' ve '' women's c.olleges of t oday, other four being Vassar, S mith, W eJ- e.d th ..,. In S weden, wh e r e s he was .born, where no o.ne but her family could Kenneth Kelso __ The companion of Cleopas as they went on the ro ad 2:00 o' clock, P · m. t hey h ave an abund-ance of n ames, pronounce her n am e. One evening lesly and Bryn Mawr. . d to Emmaus. b which are sprink'led lavishly upon after school she returned more ' disT h·" oug h th e 1·nfiuence of a frie n -n the chorus s.a.n g in Au ur.n, Amo.ng those singing in the choir who teaches at M<mnt Holyo ke a n d '""' yo ung victims w ho h ave not yet gusted t han usu al with the name, and 5 were Kenneth You.ng, Marjorie Young ate at Su nday e v eni ng, April • t he chorus 1 d t test demanded th at she be cal1ed Charh 1 who w.as f o r m erly a sc 0 0 m ended i' ts appe arance with The Cru.- e arne 'l.o pro · Donn a J a ne Delzell, and V. E. Chate.te n·ured the f C,harlotte cam e to America when lotte , in ·the f ut u!l'e. T he family Br yn M a wr, Dr. Wh i sev .fi . n Paul Armstr ong, b ass, o lain. . (Con'tin ued o.n last page .) . C I bxio · Mr G Holt Stec k. b a ritone, she was aboot fiv e y e ars old. She ag reed that, · since Americans could 1Au urn , .· • f V do.n., ex- entered t he W eb ster p.ublic school in not appreciate the be!lJUty of a name er g r oup Omah a, a fter reaching t hi s ' '.L a.n d of l1' k e Ag d a I ngar d , th at s h e wo.u ld At t he e vening service .of the Meth.• J F orrest Co r~ t e nor, 0 Thi's b c Lo Mrs. W . N . D e lze ll is visiting re. • ecuted th e solo p arts · (Continued On Page Four) the chorus.pr~mise.' ' It seem ed to her a l a nd henceforth e ca lled h ar .tte. h atives and fri e nds in D es Moi.nes t is consisted of .only half of "' week.

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Jet -Se t~e "sweetheart s brought the specimens to school to and Jack Fisher . C ld . d Miss N'ella Baird will teach home ,. 'th c line a er an be identified.-North Star, Omaha. on para.d e, WI. ar.o d ec.onomics and art in the. high school --Published Weekly at .Peru State Teachers College-Howard H atcher a c.lose secon. · at Thurman. Iowa, next year. Entered at the PostoJfice of Peru, Nebraska, as second class matter. $1.00 I We must not forget 'Sunshine' and the Year--Sc single copy. "W ooJe.yan speakers were victorius Hele.n KaJte.nborn as being the short in the regional tournament of the an.d Jo.ng of the debaters. Madge Miss Eli;abetll Cla;ke will teach 81 ~DITOR-IN-CHIEF ------------------------------------ IV-A G. PIERCE National Forensic Society, at Fort Casey and Luci·l.le Russell are _the ,S.alyersvi11e, .Kentucky, next yel\I' COPY ADViSER -----------------------------------------, J. W. TYLER Collins, Colorado, last week; states long an<l short of 0tur girl athletes. She w ill teach In the high schooJ the Wesleyan. T.he Wemen's debate Eva Kimsey looks pretty short when STAFF ASSOCIATES team won a plaque as an undefeated surro.un<le,d by clamouring six-footers summer school this summer., and will MERNA BROWNSON ---------------------------- MARJORIE NELSON teac.h classes two or three evenings gro_up in the contest. John Brooks, in the ·dormitory lobby. ,,.. EVA G:ROVER ------------------------------------ BERTHA NEWMAN Wesleyan oi:ator won first in the ora week for the illiterate adults. But if .you want to see what is realFLORENCE MARTIN ------------- --------------JOHN WHEATLEY • .atorical contest, givin~ that record_'to ly the .long and short of the whole 'Yesleyan. for. the th1rd co.nseout1~e campus just watch Mr. Jindra go Y. M. C . .A.. time. Two third places were won m home to lunch about noo.n with one TRY SMILING. At a meeting held in the Litt!~ extempore. ! of th.e smallest of Miss Gard's little W·esleyan won the tournament and folk. · Theatre, Wednesday, Marc.h 25, the Of all the gifts a person can have, the gift of humor is perhaps the most H. D. the silver cirp with a score of seven'r following officers w ere elected for .desirable. If we can get enjoyment out of life and have a smile for little teen. Hasti.ngs college and the Greethe coming year. President, Forrest things, our Vves will surely not have been spe.nt in vain. ley, Colorado Teachers Co.liege tied n~~-~~O Cor.n; vice-president, Virgi1 Bugbee; A happy person is welcome everywhere. A .hearty J_augh often clears a.n for second plac~. (! secretary, Orville Bu.-ehler; treasurer, embarrassing situation. The teachers of o.ur school enjoy and appreciate I /l R alph Davis. Arrangements Wel'E our smiles. Our classmates thrive under the beam of our smHe. .Eight hundred forty-five Technica1 ; v 0C8 S () made for a meeting of the new cab. An old quotation re.ads, "A merr.y heart doeth go.ad like medicine." High students were vaccinated in nin- i inet and the meet ing adjourned to et.y minu~es .last Thttrsday, as a result ' 0 ~~-~~~0 the Trainers B uilding where the mem. - 1-·-000/' of a discovery last week. of - a few A lar.ge group of Catholic a.nd Lu- bers were ent ertain ed by a picture cases of smaUpox.-Tech High, Omaha. thern students drove .to Nebraska / show "Pioneer Woman.'' THE WINNING SPIRIT Cjty Frid ay morning to ait tend 8pecial Fifty high sc.hool papers am en- "Good Friday ·· services. Excuses Some -0ne asked the other day, "w:here does Peru ge.t all her athletes?" tered in the fifth annual' Tri-State were g-ranted to these students to be /. Good jobs for teachers secured The answer is,, "We don't g~t them, we make the<m." Press contest sponsored by Theta abs~nt aL! morning. · through The Davis School Service, To what doe:; Peru owe .he.r Jong line of achievements i.n sports? Some Gamma Epsi1on, honorary journalis635-6 Stuart Bldg., Lincoln, N ebr.colleges have beq.ueathed to them outstanding athletes but after il:ll a few tic fraternity, reports the Midland, Misses Non.a Palmer, S'Ue Wesner, I Adve'l'tis ement. · good men can't m ake a winning team and Qne that continues to win after Fremont. Twenty-four Nebraska, they .le~~e ~c hoo l : P.eru has been getting new material every year and eightee.n Kansas, and eight Iowa p a.~oldm g 1t m to v1cwnous combinations.. Seldom, if ever. does an "a11 state" pers are inc,l uded. Last year the h,1 g~ sc.hool .ath~ete enroll at Peru , and to have men on championsh;p teams Nort h Star, North high school, Oma- ~~--<;;::--<:::,.~-~-~-~-~41!1119<::'.::·-~--..:;;:::,.-"""'-~ that never participa ted in high school athJ.etics is no t uncommon. ha, won the divisio.n A trophy; The Dec atur Dictator, Oberlin, Kansas; 'The ~·eail test of an ath lete is his all around ability. 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Quince --------- ------ M aud Fulton Thisbee ---------- Gertrude Gerdes Lion -------------- Marjorie Youn g FALSE V\TITNE.'S~. dents wh.ose home w as at Panama, Wall -------------- Elsie Over.beck To thine own self be tr.ue and! it \ who h as gone o.ut and made good in Moonshine ---------- Lucile Frericks shall fo1low as fue night the day,\ the world. Commenting a.udie.nce; Ruth Wheelthou canst not th{'=:_ ~\! false to any er, Edna Tjaden. m an."-Shakespeare. Glover 'Dub' Milam writes that his Miss Grace Tear .and Mr. Eldon Everyo.ne who has read "Hamlet" team fi.n.ished first in class B in the Hayward were guests of Group remembers this fatherly advice. which State Tou.rn.ament at Laramie, WyomThree that sponsored the entire prowas given to L aertes by Polomus. It iJ1g, last week. Coach Milam is · at not only applies to his case; it reaches Hann a, Wyoming. His team was all gram. out as Shakespeare so .oft en does, and new this year and their championship seemingly reaches everyone sometime was r ather a surprise to them, especFabricatoria in his life. Why not think this idea ia.lly as the school had never won .a Group meetings were held by the over? ,, 1trophy before. Mr. Milam writes th.at F abricatori club at the d<>rmitory. "To t.hine ow nself be t1,ue, how \his wife (formerly,- Miss Albertin a The b asketry group instructed by easy that seems .. W;h en we think. of Traudt) ~and childre~ ar.e we11 and Audrey Wolfe began work on their t he rest of that immortal quotatio.n, i like the country out there. large b askets. · we know it is not only not easy, bu.t is nearly impossible to so far forget -----Scribblers. ourselves t h at we may b e t r.u e to our 1 TRACK TEAM _WORKING OUT. 1 e It surely sounds c.o mpli. The "Scribblers" met in the room ownse vd s. 't 't? Prep ar ati ons .of a Bobcat team are of Lorene Moothart to read origin al 1 cated, oesn 1 · nmder way and the stadium presents short stories. It has been rumored , a busy scene e"'.ery afternoon. Var- that An.ne Jensen contrived the very ' ffiGH GRADE PORTRAITS--· PHOTO FINISHING ious .young gentlemen can be found · 't" t "Capturing a M an in \ . 'fi h . exc1 m g s ory I Studios at Auburn and Peru, Nebraska ru~.mhn g at a tekr~11c padc:,. t rolwmg P eru," a.nd mentioned Sunshine's name we1g ts, .and ma m g pro 1g1ous eaps. · . 't.. H b t 't Sunshine: you ~ . . . • l ow alooking OU l ' ' -~~--~-'°'>-~-<:::>~-,.:::::::,,... ~--~-a<~-.,.::::~-""'-.;, W~1ie 1t 1s still eru·ly to pred;1.• c t the In h ave~'t been for a. "man'' quaht.v of the team t he prospects are h ? . . . aggrega t'ion. ave .y ou. goo d -f or a · wrnmng Amon g the veteran material working --~~'<::::>-~<:::>-.~~ Supper Club. . .::;:::,..-a.c::;:::,...i-~..-a..::;:::,,....-<;:--,,-~~·.: Dr. E. C. Beck, speakin g before the out are: Sams, Wicin a. Bri g.gs, SugMiss Gard spoke of "Foods in Ja- 1 . State Teachers aossoci ation of Lllinois, den, Millh.oJli,n, Bruce, S autter, and DRES~ WELL-PRESS WELL-AND SUCCEED met his old friend, Dr. Ellis K. Frye, Galloway. There is also some pr.om- pan" before .t he Freshman Supper I cl1ub Thursday evening. S.he toJd the 1 • Ladies and Gents Tailoring and Remod 1. w.ho is .now Professor of Education isi.ng new m aterial. A tentative schedule h as been ar- girls_ the m a nner in which m u ch of \ PERU CLEANERS & T e tog at Bradley Polytechnic school, PeorPhone 62 We CaU nd . AILORS ia Illinois. Mr. Fr.ye is an a.1umnus ranged including du al meets with the J apanese food was prepared. At the next m~eting t~e club p l ans ~ JI Deliver Peru, Nebraska of this institution and · a. graduate of Wesleyan, Tarki o,' and Maryville, and to hear another mterestmg speaker. ~~ <::::> <::::> · 1914. He is one of a number of stu- the _Hastings and Drake elays.

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t10.ns a few days a-go repor o e ' ll e· Profest of the resurrection legislature their recomme.nd-ations for Miss Gard Former KindergaTten In- PerUi 'State TeacherUs ~o e~t' of Ne- 1ing'', a p a.geLa n R Bayar.d T~ Nine Enthusiast!ic Members Are See· · recomme.n d a- structor In ' Japan, Discusses . F oo d s 1-s or H · E · ·Warfel' mvers1 :Y d .Miss i1 wn-"tten b y ym a n · t take • place the coming year: Th e1r . . ing uch of Camp .Fire Life ti-ons aver.aged considerably higher ___ I br.a ska Sch oo.I of M.usic, an J scenes of t h e page an J 1 • • ose- 1just outs1"d e th e gatehe of e rusalem, 0 f · music ' St. . than those of either •former Gover.nor Tht meeting held Mon-day evening, Sharp, s upe rvisIOr .fi . · · _ " d d a y after .t cruc1 l x10n. . . G. of . Weaver or present Governor B ryan March 23, was in commemoration of P h , M"1ssoun. h two · the t h Ir Tpe W1lo~a ~amp ~ire ioup • but followed the former governor's the chapter install'ation, March 15; j _The contests l asted thro~g. ..n ' The impressive music and co o~I Pe11u ~as o_rgamzed in Novembe!:"'. ri1ore closely. Acco1·ding t.o the report 1930. The b.u..siness .of .the d ay was d ays, w ith large groups_ partic1p:~~ ~ / costuming p roduc e d a ~ost e ffective -1930, with six members. The_se were. the. sc.hool at Peru was recommended thait of ·eiecti.rig officers for the com- ! with a great show of mterest '.cal i and fitting East e r s erv1ce. Hele_n Mar,ga~et Larso.n,~hief. t.o get $50,000 for completing the .new. ing- year. Ad.a· Brady .and Pau.Ja Marie manifestat ion of excellent_ musJ . Cast of Charact ers . Eu.ruce Schwedhelm, _Scribe. science bulldin.g and equipping i-t. Schindler iri their respective order, 1.abi.Jity an.cl t r a ining . The wmn~~ ·i.n C enturion -------- Ralph Chatelain ~orrainl} Sc.hwedhe1Jll.. A.nothe.r report stated that it was -were ele~-ted· and installed as presi- ' these contests represent t he su - is-- / M M agdalene ____ F lo r ine Elliott M-ary Shirley ~olch. re-commended that the old. science h,fl'? . de!'lt, .secret:ary ·and treasurer. Those 1 trict,s in the district contes~s t~u~: / Jo~Z: Paul Landolt Monte Gene Games. be examined by an archi-t ect an.cl 1f offices heLcl by no members· will be held at R ed Oak, and they rn i J 'n __ _ ___ _!___ _ _ Wallace Sugde.n Beth Whitwell. found in justi-fiabl·e conditio.n, $15,000 filled at the beginning of the fall represent the di.strict in the st:~~ p:~e~s =--~-- ~ --- G le n . Cunningham Within anot~er month two new appropriated' for its .r,epair and re- 'term or after the i.nitiatio.n. A re- co.n.tes~ to be he.l.d ..tater in C 01u n . Thomas ___ :__: __ A l1an Licht enberger members were added, and recently , modeli.~g. . . . quis ition has be~ filed wi-th ~ Cal- 1Bluffs. 1 Philip -------------- - --- Fred R ohrs one· more. Now we have these mem- 1 Peru~ recommen~ed _appropriation endar committee for :Im initiation I ; Lam e M an --------- Orville Buehler hers also: . for mam~enan~e was given as. $411:- during Commencement week. • At the . DR. WHITE " GOES' / ! R hod a ------- - Mary Shirley Holch Marjory Trenholm. j 787; Kearney s $490,067: Cha-dro~ s close of the· business session, the I TO MT. HOLYOKE The O t her .Mary _____ ___ Ada Brady Gladys Thomas. I' $394,629; Wayne $466,380. · The b11J meeting adjourned for a social hour. / I · . . Edna James Lovisa Albert. is said to carry appropriations at least .We were favored b.y havi-ng. a talk ; J oanna -------------- GJen D anforth At their first Coun'cil Fire the girls , equal to those of two years ago, _with from an experienced ktruiergarten / (Continued· from 'first page.) Cleopa-s --~ --------Ralph Davis Maht theTw ---le_________ C h a rles P arks g ave their mothers a Camp DLn.ner. ! a possibi1ity that, such amount will worker in Japan, Miss Blanche Gard. positi-On . . "She expects to s t ay in the 0 · b d d · ' · . t t t er rav e r -----Biscuits were cook~d in the reflector I e exc·ee e. · · · . I ~any . Japnanese .cities. are c!Jarac· dormi·t or.y, as many of the ms rue - Joseph -------------- V irgil Sharpe oven and other fo.o d was cooked over . . tenzed by such .smells. 8-{3 that of fish ors do. F" J I W -01nan _Edn a James . . . ds .of fish ~ay I 1rst erusa em the camp fire. Potatoes were baked . . aind_ b eer. Vaned,, kin Dr. W.hite is extr~~ely weII qual - Second Jerusalem Woman in the ashes. As soon as it was dark be found o.n the food markets, consist- ifie.d to fill the pos1t1on· of French H elen Fackler the Council Fire was lit, and was ing of ee]s, devi'.I fish, lake salmon, an_d !!nd Spanish instructor, si-n c e she has J .u.niu.s ---- - --- - - - - -- -- - E arl Hurst. very beautifu1. _, . ba~y shark. Often - tne sal~~n is I had close contact with these Ian- Firs t S o ldier ------- Okla D a h1gren At their third council fire five g.irls . - - -. - ~erved raw. even to the exte~t of g.uages. Sec.ond S o ldier ____ Benjamin B urke k h" h . th t f Miss Esther 1Clark P1lots Mythology mg _placed on the .table w.hile still She 'learned Spa nish in .Mexico. t k h fi . oo t e 1st ran , w. ic 1s a o . T f C . k" S d 1 Jeru s a;le m Chi.ldren __ Ruth Medfey, . d I Class In Art our o ampus wrn mg one eyie. e awee , a common · When four years of age s.he moved W d h Th .oo gat erers. ey prepare a g n . ll . d '"th th fi h I · Mar y Ellen R abel, No rm a J ean Camp Fire play which they presented . . ree. ' is ~ua Y serve WI· e s • / with her family to Mexico, her fa- • _ • • 1 The p1ctures and "statues which are but is qiµte. tasteless. . th , _ ·k as n1.n1.11 g en cri neer tak- 1 H a y s, Donn a Lee P ntterson , L oren to their mothers· Then· · the aud1tormm · · · · · cooked witho ut seasonmg . • . er sh "w.o it t h t 1' R e dfern, L e R oy R e dfer . Camp . Fire m were the s:iubJect RJce 1s n t y "' · She did i' · ·n • -Dickie so.ngs weJ'e s u.ng at this meetmg. j of a most interesting talk which Miss whatever. for either the broW-0 or p ol- ing i,m 0 a cou. r · ·· / Cleme n ts, J. W. Mc lVIa.hon, aad Tuesday, March 17, they met with Cl k M . h 26 t th G k . h d k not return . t o the Un11ted States perF ran k La.rso.n. 1 '·- . d S .· ·l . i ar gave, a1 c.. ' o e ree is ,e . erna s. manently until eighteen years of age. 1· th e Aul)lui.n an tella g.11 s rn a and Roman Mythology class. Persimmons are the favorite fruit . . Accompanist , Wann.a Metc alf G rand C ounc1' l F"11e. · Th"is was l1 eld j The two statu·e s .o f m aidens · · , . . After . returrung e . entered / Promp te · r, E v a K imsey. Wlth of most Amencans in Japa.n, They . . ' Dr. Whit . at Auburn. At this time Marjory I water jars at their shoulders are wa- are served r.aw o.r cured. ,C,herries the Uruversity _of Gahforma, la-ter S t a.ge a nd scenery in ch a rge .of Rev. Trenho1m became a Woodgatherer. ter nymphs sculptu-red by a modern g r ap es, an.d figs also rank · in th~ too~ -h~r Master's degree: ~t the i J. W . Hen derson, W. A. C lin eburg, They found t h at thoug.h the Au.burn I French artist, Gounod. fruit .line. · Umversity of Orego.n. Wishing to ; a nd L. D. Redfe r .n . girls h ad: been organize-cl - seven / At the left as one goes int.o t he audThe chief desire of the J apanese fi-nish her education in a girls' sc.hool i Costumes-Mrs. J '. B. Lewis, Mrs. months lo.nger the.y ~id .not all ha~e 1itori_um one sees the honor _roll of cook was that of b aking cakes or she attende~ Bry n ~a';1" ~or two Hallett. Mrs. P . O . Kennedy, Mrs. D on go wns as the Peru g1r.ls do; nor dtd ; soldiers. Between the doors 1s a sta- bread, but because of the lack of ov- , years .and f1om that 1nst1tiution took R edfern . they h ave so many .ho.nor beads. 1! tu_e of Minerya, G~·eek goddess of ens. they s~bstitute doughnuts. . her Pit D. Directo r-Miss D orothe a West. However this can be explained by the , wisdom. To the nght of the statue In prepa1:mg new or American Three years ago. o.n a. traveling fact that they are putting their time : is the Sh.aw Memorial, .a pict ure sh.ow- dishes, Japanese often m a;ke mistakes fellowship, Dr. Whi-te spent fifteen PLAY GIVEN B Y and energy in raising fonds for a ' ing soldiers a.nd a man on horseback.· i.n recipe.3, which might give odd fla. months abroad, visit ing En g land, ALL C O LLEGE CAST cabi.n. J ~?aw _led. -a :eg~!nent of negro sol- vors, su~h as .coc~_nut in hash or 1 Be.lgium, France a nd_S!'ai~: The two

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by ~h~ wisdom. To the right of the statue In preparing new or American \ T.hree years ago, on ai traveling GIViEN BY fact that they are putting their time · is the Sh.aw Memorial, .a pictiure show- ?ishes,. Japanese often maike mistakes fellowship, Dr. Wh~t~. spent fifteen PLAY ALL COLLEGE CAST and energy in raising fonds for a ' ing soldiers e.nd a man on horseba.c k. 1.n rec1pe3, which m.ig'ht .give odd fla- months abroad, vJS1tmg Engla.nd, cabi.n. S~aw .Jed -a r~g~ment of negr~ sol- vors, su,ch as .c oco.anut i.n hash or \ Belgium, France and Spain. The two (Continued from first page.) All the Peiiu girls have a beaded d1ers m th·e Cw1J war. The picture onion in plum pudding. . summers were spent in France and has b.een of no avail-Helen's dream headband .and a gown w.hich they was presented to the school b.:v, a Man.y Japan.ese souvenirs were most -0f the rest of the time was seems sU:re of fulfillment. Then Dora former class shown. .illustrating the talk. The iron. spent in Madrid. h ave made .themselves. As a result N h · h . . J ext an.ging .on t e right of the was a.n unusual article compared with Much of the time was soent in the Lamo.nt brings her husband, Dana, t h.e c remonrnl meetings are peculiar: . . p . · stag e 1s a picture of the Parthenon, ours; the same gene.ral . shape .but a libtari· e s in research work o.n her a n artis.t , to see Kate's painting. He Jy bea u tiful and 1m ress1ve. 1 feels that he must be honest. He . · h' b · b b E h f t,h .1 h h d f 11 a temple erected to Mmerva by the mmute t, mg, a out. 72 Y 1 y 172 dissertatio.n which is to be p.ublish' ac 0 ' e gir s ave. a u Greeks. Beside it is a statue of the inches in size, with a hand.le approx- ed this year. TMs is .o n the " Dance tells her the tr uth -her p a inting is onch a r~e of at least o.ne meeting. These Greek orator .Demosthenes whic.h w.as imateJy 6 inches long, extending hack of Dea.th in .Spain," a monograph of ly the conventional school girl water meetings have been surprisingly sue- I given to the schoo.1 in hono~ of a from the iron. Th,ese are only used to 200 pages. Dr. White has had two color type of grass that doesn 't grow, cessful. . . . j boys' debating soc'iety. pre~s open the seams. The stitching in other books published whic.h are .of wheat. that won 't ripen. Kate's heart is almost broken but she doesn't One girl mv1ted ti:e. grot~p to I The statue on the left, of the ma.n a. finished article of c1othing. . some- translations from the Russi am tela her mother the judgment of D a.na her home for Tha.nksgivmg dmner. 1 w.:ith the shield, is St. George who w.hat resembles that of our modern Dr. White hae .had a great deal. of Sh Lamont until the notary public, Wale p.lan.ned the ,games! set and deco- ; killed the drago.n. The picture. near basting as for length. The methods vaJuabJ.e teachjng experience. For rated t.he table. It was q.uite J.ovely. it is the Roma.n. C.ollisseum. of washing .necessitates this. All four years she twas instru.ctor of ter Wi-ese, demands the keys to Tom's garage bec a.use of hfa. failure to pn.y Ano Lher girl invited th.e group to hef Above, on the wall, on either si<le cl.othes are taken aipart to· be. cleaned. F renc h .a.n.d S pams . h 1n . th e U mvers· h ome for a waffle supper. .She pla n- of the stage. is a rep.lica of part of Th ey are presse d b Y stretching them 't f 0 d 1 t th Mil a debt. Kate giveg .him the1 money ned the games for the evening, and the frieze of_ the Parthenon. Repre- on a - board. · . 11 Y .o regon, an ater a e - s he had Bave<l for school and then had the table tastefu,lly decorated. ' senting a .pr.ocessio.n w.hich occuirred Japanese pillows are w-0ode.n blocks, waukee-D.owner Girls~ . .Seminar.y she g ives him herself. S teve relents someOth·e rs .have planned interesting : during the Pan.at henic festival in hon- placed at the back of the. neck, thus· w!:s, .for. tw.o y:ars, in charge of what a1nd Helen with. one dream lost starts building another f or t he childhikes. One had entire charge of one · or of Mi,nerva; th.is replica is of the preserving the hair .diiess which is un- Spamsh mstruct;ion. ·of the Ceremonial meetings. It was exact size of the ori"g inaJ :v;hich w.as usual.Jy ornate. ' Although Dr. . White's work here to-be of T.om and Kate. This p.lay had a depth of feeling o.110 .of the most interesting meetings mad.e by Phi.dias, one of the greatest The pictur~ of Japanese c~il?ren, has been giiea.tly appreciated and we we have had. I Greek sculptors. The original fri-eze schools, clothi.ng, s.cenery, buildings; are sorr.y to lose .her, ~~ realiz.e, nev- a.nd realism that could only be pnr· · th . k f d was used to decorate the Parthenon e 1 c., were .of great interest. So inter-, ertheless, that the pos1t10n which she trayed by good actors. The audience TJ1an k sg1vmg e g1r1s .too oo . · d is · a h"ig h h onor as well not only watched, but 1ive<l with this 't t d d . a temple of. Minerva's but was re-' est.'.ng were these people that the fra- hias .att ame an d f ru1 o .nee .y peop,1e an to sick · . t · 1 · h family through thcir dreams, hard. moved for safe-keeping to the Brit- termty desired to spend a whole ev- as a ma en.a a d vancement. w e WJS peop 1e. A t Ch n stmas they earned ISh. . museum by Lord Elgin and is now enmg · · · h er new ships and .heart breaks. It was a well or more with Miss Gard, hut ,_mer Jiaup111ess an d success m presents to se~eral homes, and sang . known as the Elgia.n Marbles. Per- time a.nd rules did not perm.it. work. given presentation. songs at the window:; of ma.ny of the hap h d d h h houses in town. s some ' ave won ere w y t e . ==============~="'-""-========,,,,..,========~===========~======hea<ls of some of the figures are lack- , So far the .Cam~ Fi~e. girls ha~e ing. The heads are .not in the origTHE CAST spent much time m .h1kmg and m inal -frieze and so were not restored Kate HaTd.y -----------------Mabel liikgins cooking out of doors.. As. we are still in the copy: It is thought that they . a very .young orgamzati.o.n, not so were destro.yed b.y enemies at some Helen Hardy ---- ----- -------------- Helen Kaltenborn much has been done yet. time when Greece was ceptu,red by Stephen Hardy . . -------------------------- V'1rgil Sharpe A DRAMA· The .only attempt so far to raise hostile forces. • Tom Lane -- - ------------ ------ - ------ John Wheatley mo.ney for the. organization has been in p.u:blishing .a cook book with local i ACADEMY OF SCIENCE OWEN DAVIS Ben Glenn.y ------------ --- - ---- - - --- --- Walter Weise · recipes. A few of these are still ru.nTO MEET MAY 8 AND 9 Dana Lamont ------------ ----------- - -- Oris Fe.rguson sold. The girls are considering buyD-Ofa Lamont - ----------- ---------- Do.nna Jane Delzell ing a · group count book with part of The annual meeting of the Nebraska Academy of Scienc·e js scheduled • · the money. Weinstein ------- -- -- ---- ----------- -- R~chard Sankey for May 8 and 9 at th.e University of A. E. C. Guardian. PRESENTED BY Nebraska, Lincoln. Sectional meetAct !.-Mrs. Hardy's Kitchen. 1 ings will be held in .b_iolo.g~ chemisAct IL-The same. That afternoon. PERU STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE COLLEGE Y. M. C. A. try, earth science; engineering; high INSTALLS OFFICERS , schoo1 teachers; ma.thematics; physics; Act 111.-T.he kitchen. A little later. ~nd social sciences. The proceedings. will be· published in a small volume PRODUCTION STAFF Prompter The Y. M. C. A. held an installa- which will be given to each member .Jean Blankenship tion meeti.ng at the Little Theatre la!>t of the academy. Stage Manag~r Wednesday for the purpose of put· The guest speaker will Dr. L. DIRECTED BY W : Durrell, professor of botany at tfog the newly elected officers into . the Co.lorado Agricultural C~lleg~. C. Paul Swoboda MISS . MARIAN HENDRICK Crew office. The ceremony was read by Dr. Wm. D: Strong of the UniverGlen Cunnin.gham, Ira May, Le Roy Webb Mr. Mathews, sponsor of the • club. sity of ~ebraska' wil give an address Electrician The incoming leaders are a capable from his lwork on t~e anthropoJ.og.y outfit and wm•.no doubt, put forth of the Nebraska Indians. Orville Buehler Properties Saturday, April 4, 1931 th~ir best efforts towai:._.ds .h avmg a CONVOCATION FRIDAY Joyce Grubb Ram G stro.ng organization next year. The high . school Girls' Glee club COLLEGE AUDITORIUM ' o.n.a atz, C a rolin e Ca.Ider Costumes ';'he remt1inder of the hour w1s ·tak- ; and the hig h school Chorus presented Peru, Nebraska en up by a vet·'/ interesting tall~ hy : their contest selections in convoca~ Freda Kenn-edy, Helen Hall, Flo ri n e Elliott a '1>0y S~out ext·cnt.ive from N'ebraska tion Friday. The Glee clu.b sang "The Edward Schaffer City. Hi~ topic: V.'Rl< "How 111 Su,:- · Lure of the Gypsy Trail'' and "The M~ke-up ceed" ancl he stres!!ed the fact 1hat :1 Boat Song." The Chorus also gave All three acts ta·kei place in the kitchen-livi.n.g rooin D orothy Worley, Donald Nelso.11, Es large J".1 1·~ of a man's success cm~1eb twci .numbers, "Gloria Partia'' · and of Stephen Hardy's farmhouse. House taJene Petitt farther from .his ow.n initiative than "Now Day Closes." Due to Mr. Benrl"•: 1 Cf ::ege acquired knowle-lgP.. I le ford being in- Omaha attending the - There w~U . be no intermission betwee.n Acts One "'·nd Florence Martin, Marie B u rs.h, Alfreda P helps also g·ave some n•luable i'!'lforwa:i;,n · District co.nte€t,"Evalyn Gilbert direc· Martha McDouira.l, 'Ruth Hawxby nn the pnrpose <•f scouting· and t~ic · ted the Glee club and Benjamin Burke Two. The ciurtain will be lowered for a nunute only, to ~ Program oq;;ani:'.il.g- of sc«u1 troovs. the c.horus. denote the passing of a few hou1rs. Katherine Ber gman

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1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 21-22  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 21-22 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 21-22  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 21-22 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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