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PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1931.

See the M. I. N. K. Track Meet to be held at Peru, . May 2 PERU DEFEATED BY MARYVILLE

RE-ELECTED S•ECIFRATS HOID II· CLEMENTS RETARY SCHOOLMASTERS CLUB M. I. N. K. TRACK JOINT BAN' Q UET ~ There \ were two hundred school HERE SATURDAY the masters who attended the banquet of

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The ht:mor.ary frater.nities .on Opponents Wdn by Score of 951A to campus have pres-e.nted a petition to the club held in Lincoln Last week. P resident Pate and the Board of Ed- Sigma 40 ~} in Dual Track Meet Her:. " T au D e It a an d p·1 Gamma· Mu Superintendent S. L. Clements was Contest Should be One of the Most Bring · M r. an d M rs. Masters Here· Successful Meets Thus FnT uc a tion to name the new science hall re-elected secretary and treasurer ift honor of the l ate Professor W. F. of this club and Superintendent Bow. -.- 1n • · :fas t f or the Maryville Teacl1ers came to Per.u H t H hall In t• A new note in the history of ihe d . Entries are ro-.1-1mg I sd o.y ' oyt . convoca ion fratern1"t1"es of Peru was .struck when ers of Holdrege was electe M I N - K Track and Field meet .t o ""' ne a.y and defeated the Wednesday, President Pate suggested dent. They voted to donate two hiun· · · . ·th t d' m next Bast obcats in a d 1 "el t k · · h h' · . · h ,._ Sigma Tau Delta, the English fraterh be held m e co 11 ege s a m ...., r .ac meet by the t at t is petition be made m t e i.urm the Social dred dollars from the treasury to .t e · d fast 1 ...,..., of 95 \i to 40\i. The Mi,,ourian• of motion to •how tho "ntimont of nity, and Pi. ";;• h d d Nob<>•ka State T"ehera' A•sodation Satu,day. \ With had a t rack team much ab.ove the av- the student body. This motion was science JOtne . _a n s an. for the purpose' of helping to pay for field is expec. e · 0 par c · 1 ·the newly erage caliber and the Bobcats did made a.nd was carried una.nimouslr. g.av_: a Tuesday building for the ,the co-oipeNratiKon "' t d h h Th · · 'll ... b t d 21 This dinner was g~ven tn . . . . the . very wei:i o o· ai:; muc as t ey did. e petition wi now e presen · · d M J G Masters of assoc1atio.n. b. kM. . . •f w1 the go most successful The outstanding f t f h to th Boa d of "".l-·catio.n at the.tr of Mr. an . rs. . . . oo s as one o 0 ea ure t e e r · Oma.ha Central high. school. It is the track car.nivals ever held in Nebrasmeet was the winning of .the 220 yard next meeting in May. first time that a.ny two fr aternities ka. dash by . Stubbs of Maryv..ille. His . . - . on the Peru campus have ever jointly The sc·h edule of events: time, 22.1 seco.nds is consider.ed very I sponsored an event. . . . Trial . good in big time competition. . The dinner was held m the dmmg 11:00 a:. m. 120 .yard high hurdles. Cowell was leading scorer .of the . hall of Mt. Ver.n.o.n. The tab:les wei:e 11:15 a. m. 100 yard dash. Peru team, winning the high hur.dlles, tastefully dee.orated. with spring flow- Presented in by Prof. ll: 30 a. m. 220 yard low hurdles taking a tie for fir s t in the pole va1ult ers and candles: Violets formed the G. Holt Aprd 24. ll:•G a. m. 220 yard dash·. · and p-1acing second in the broad jump. New Kadelphians Pledged Mem- 1 centerpieces for the tables. Miss Hel--. · Finals Stubbs was high for .Maryville, takAfter Mock Tnal en Kaltenborn was generaJL chairman Peru a musical :00 P· m. 100 yard d.ash-pole va•ult 2 ing firsts in the 100 .yard and 220 yard --of the committees for this banquet, treat Friday evemng, April 24, : yard ·high hurdle&--;;hot 2 15 120 dashes . Kappa Delta Pi beld its second sed .t . 1 ely due to her and her Profellsor G. H. Steck presented Miss t . . . Mon d ay ev· an is argthat the .affair . was sue h Jun.e B nc : k e·u, so~ra?o, m . .a rec_i'tal pu . P- m. 440 yar.d dash. Following is the summary: mest.er pledging ser_vice loyali helpers - 2:30 100 Yard dash: won by - Stuubs,M; ening. Eleven can~1d.ates for the or· a distinct success. A trio made up at the coijege aud~torvum.. Mis~ Brick3:00 P· m. mile run-high jump. Borcher, M., second; Littrell, P. third. gani~ation were tned before a sol- , of members of both fraternities fur- ell. was accom~amed at the piano by 3:30 P· m. 220 yard da:ih-discus. emn judge o.n a grave charge. Each . h d music before the dinner and Miss Ellen Wilson. 4 . 00 p m. 220 .yard low hurdlesTime allowed a.n attorney to I .bmst e was Bil follows: One10.4 mile run: Miti, M fir st; J o h n- client was . e ween courses · This trio consisted . . ., .The program . H W 1fe b.roa d '.JUmp . son, M seco.nd; Galloway, P th ir . d plead his ca~. bu.t w_h en the fo_r_eman_t I of Mt'ss Ellen Wilson, piano, Miss Mil- T1:s the Sprmg -------- H u.go W -0If 4 . 30 P· m. 880 .yar.d relay (class B) . 0 e _ : .of the jury annou~c~. the decJS1on 1 dred Hanks, violin; and M'r. A. B. Secrecy -----------ago 4 45 P·. m. 880 yard relay ~clas~ A) . Time 4:48.6 ' Lully 5·00 220 Yara das h: Stubbs, M first; Bor- was fou.nd that V1rgm1a McNeal, d J k ay b u1·n, cl arinet. • d I Sombre . Woods ---"---------- Hahn . p . m . 880 yard run-Javelm. p h" d Nicholas, Luther Patt.erso.n, an . ac I Th . foll-0wi.n g menu was serve : i Reverie ------------------. 15 P· m. 440 yard relay (class B) . cher, M ·second·; Littrell, t ir . Fisher were guilty. The other chents; Fr.:it Co_ckt,1 il, Creamed Chicken /! The Perfect H-0ur ---------- !fahn I 55;30 P· m. mile rela.y (class A'.) 120 Yar _, high hurdles: Cowel, WilsEa- IT-un Fl 1 Wa1·man will serve as starter Time 22.1 l p Eva Cliftnn, Beth Mort, Frances: . baile•-· C1·eamed New Potatoes, . Rosemonde ----------Chammade B"ll ... M to n, Lorene Mo-0.iliart.c Vera ?n, '. Parker Kouse Rolls, Bu.tter, 01ives, Tou.'.rt Like .unto a ower ---- . I and the members of the "P" club wil1 firstt; St. John. M second; Keever, Ruth Seioo1d, and Vil:gi:nia Speich. ·I B uttered Asparagus, Spring Salad, . ' act as as:iistants in the various eventii. t hird. B ·were declared "not guilty." The at- Angel Food c -ake wi.th. Strawberry Why ---------------- Tscha1kowsky 440 Yard run:- CeJp., . r.uce; torney of the four guilty o.nes asked i\ Whip Coffee· and Nuts. Come Down .Laughing S.treamlet CAST FOR SENIOR PLAY M second; Briggs,. P_ third:: 55.1 fa.r retrial and it w.as The Ruth, Beaiuchamp, president Spross i\ HAS BEiEN SELECTED Tw-0 Mile run: King, M first, Gal- clients pJed their own cases m such of P1· Gamma Mu, served as toast- In the Luxembourg Gardens ---- . I P seco.nd Time 10':58.3 l h t th re f 1 :Manning ''Th oway, . St. J h M a fascinating t a. ey "."7e I mist.ress. After a few words ? we - enter \ The cast for the senior play e 220 CYar:M a,cquitted with van01Us reserv.ations. 1come to the guei.ts an.d greetings to Nuthin' ---------------- Carpeaver . Full House/' to be presented Senior first; oo " Virgi-nia McNeal is - to decorate for_ the · members she introduced Walte'r Moon Marketing . i week May 28, coached by Eldon t hird. 27. 4. w<Jn. by Maryville, the nex.t mee_tj.pg. Luthe: (Continued On p';i.ge Four) Villanel1e l ,, ___. .'._____, '---- '---oso Y Time .ard..- rela.u.: t h nme ma o. :r is going to dem<:mstra e 1s Ti·me 1:34.7

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880 Yard run : G ·e M fi . . I~ .,, ---.,, -----::- --- - - - ·..-,...- M s d· L . 1 q, is.t, Metzel, JOrs. at a fut ure chapel progr.am of The entire pr-Ogram w.as sung with ; Hayward has bee.n chosen. , udmgton · • p th'1r d· T"ime .K ~p p a Delt a Pi. One of his majors · i a d elicate . smoothness and grace. !i T·h e characters .are: 2 :l0.econ 3 Mile rel ay: IS aesthetic d ancing, so don't miss it. (Contmued On Page Four) I P a rks ---- - --- - -- - --- Herbe rt. Ivens wo.n by Mary ville. T ime Maybe i t will be "anaesthetic" when I Susie· -----' ---------- Marie Johnson 4.4 4 . 4 Th .you see it. _ II Ottily H.owell - ---- Fr_eeda Ken.nedy e Peru Track squad I-Ost a t opM W k (A ) dual meet to Maryvme, Mi,;,Old Staff Members Retain. Positions rs. mnec _er soun,, Wednesday afternoo n, Apr il On Merit of Past Services · ' Daphne Charters __ Wanna · Metcalf 1 22 Pb~ a score of 101 ~ to 40* . Nich.oJas King -------- Dan McSwan . 0 e valll.lt: Cowell, P tied fo r first . · . Thursday morning at 9 o'clocJ,c in A Number of Peru Faculty Members ' Ned Pembroke Jr. ----- S. Clay Coy with Iha M; Bo rcher~- M· third. the house beside the road Mis BranWere_ Present at the Meeting. · 1j Georg~ Howell ----- - Elmer Hertel Hig-h jump: Sugden, p first ; Peder- Good and Bad Posture Are Shown On . son e.ntertained the library force at --. Dougherty (Police Sergeant) s on, P ti ed for seco.n.d ~nd thir d wit h Screen in Auditorium, April 22 the an?ua1 try-outs. These try-.outs The regular spring ladies' njght ! John St ahn Iba, M. Height 5 f eet, 7 % inc h es. determine whe.t her any member -Of .gathering of the Nebraska School- ; Mooney ------------ Ben Groothius Shot: Seele y, M first; G.aines, P secThe film on good and bad posture the · _present staff had an.~ ~ight to master's club was held at Lincoln in ; Ken.nedy ----------- - Rollie Riggins ond; Cook. P third. Dis t ance 38 fee t show n in the colle.ge .auditorium, : ~ontmue t.o be a member. With Pres- conjunction with the meeting of the Mrs-. Fleming ----- -- - June Bricke11 2 i nches. . ' Wednesday evening, was very inter- '. i.dent 8:11d Mrs. P~te . as g uests to add school principals .anl superinte.ndentii: ; v e1:a Vernon - - --Helen Kaltenborn Broad Jump: Sta'Jeup, M fi rst; Cow~ esting as well as instructive. Good s~lemni.~y and dignity to the occa.- 1The banquet was served Fri.day ev- . Mrs. Pembroke ------ Estele.ne Pettit ' ance post ure helps ·not only m . grace and SIOn '. Miss Branso.n _a.nd Miss Petersen enmg, . A' ·1 _17, 6·30 e U, P secon d ·; S ams, P t h i. r d • D 1st . . .n.pr1 . p. m. at th e .! Th"1s p.l ay, a th ree ac t come dy , t's 22 feet, 1% inc hes. · ' admimstered I a Samuel French productio.n and was perso.n al appea r.11-nce, h u t a1so m Ir . the t' searching -and gru- 1Lincoln hotel. Javelin: Secord, M' first; Tolly, P brea thi ng, cir culation and general e m g e.xamma 10ns. . Fred C. Smith. Ph. D., ~f Harvard written by Fred J.ackson. It is censecond; Smith, M third. Distance hea lt h. !. ~t filst all :were req~ired ~o tell university, gave the address of the tered around a New York apart ment 173 f"""'t, 6 1'nc hes. · f d d their mos t comical expenence m con- evening on the subJ'ect "Vocational 1·n a mndern settt'ng. -= B a d posture is too o ten regar e t' 'th th l'b Th' · ~ Discus: Millh-0llin, P fi rst; Ruth , M as a harmless habit. The effect of nee ion ~ e . 1 r~ry. is was , Guida.n ee in Our Modern Social Orsecond; Seeley, M third. p cst ure upon resp i-ration w as illustr.at- f.? lolowed ~y the smgJmg .o ut of th_e 1der. What Can the Schools Do About ed. W hen t here is a. faulty posture eight new members . of the s.taff who I It?'.' Dr. Smith is at the ·h ead- of the ·h ad .never been tried out before. ; Bureau of Vocational Guidance of there iB a lessening of the respiratory · I I They were .as!<.ed some very difficult of the Harv.a rd Graduate School of movements and als o of t h e intake of I questions. Very few answered the:se. .Educatiton. He 1·s editor of the Vo- , air. The· ribs .are then crowde d cl ose £ correc.t ly. At the close of this Miss cati-Onal Guidance Magazine, and i -.--. . d tog e t her betwee.n a low shoulder an p etersen announce. d th,e resu. Its . . there are few, if any, men in the Party Given for Semors o f th e H 1gI1 a low hip on one side while they are W 1 W W h d f il d a ter · erse ~ a e ~ms- United States better prepared in the . School Friday Evening. Alp.h a Mu Ome ga Presented Supt. N. pr-0portional'ly separated between a erably on the test bu.t it was decided field of Vocational Guidance than is C. Abbot in Convoc atio n hig·h shoulder and .a high hip o.n the to retain him as a member of the D S 'th H . th p f . . . other side, thus interfering with their s.taff be.c ause - he w as the only mu- Fr. mCI 8· ·-t~ IS h e same t{o e~sort The high sc·h ool JUnIO~ and senior · te. dent N C A bbott of the t " •t d "th the entrance of the . . . · red · mi '" w 0 was e rs 1 classes spo.nsored by Miss Kenton, S uperm n . . . ac 1v1 y an w1 s1c1an m the group, and it w.as de- head of the Manual Training depart- , . . , . . h Id ·t t State school for the blind a t N ebras- tidal air. sirable to h ave a well :balanced staff. ment of Peru He organized this de- Junior ~la_ss advh1serl. Ae ·1 a24pa1 y a ka City snnke under the auspices of1 A few pictures s how.n of various E va G rover was re t ame · d be cause. she partment and· served from 1910 to· the Trammg scf oo J:'. h , pn · 1· Alpha M'u Omt!ga, April 20, on the ex er cises t hat might be carried o.n had worke d in the li:brary in the past The ~!ors o t e semor c ~s, or T ' e,, h l S . g pictures ff' . 1917 when he entered the Y. M. C. A. ange and white furnished the decsubjec.t, "Th e M easureme n t of 1m : m the sc oo room. eem . .and had proved herself very e 1c1ent. war service. After the close of the . ' · Benjamin Groot·hius, pres1dent of tlu s .of good posture, as ·w.as shown m Veva Wi1.son and Roberta Gaston h t . th oratio.ns. honorary mathematica:J fra t e r n ity, in- t h is reel is helpful in ini;piring the were to be . retained because of the war he was c osen o organize e One of the features of the progrJ:im troduced . the subjec t of the morn- r ig·h t att itude <>f mind. Only in the fact that gentleme.n prefer blondes. Y. M. vocational sc·hoo]s to help pre- was a school of y~ars. In September ing's program. a.nd Preside nt P a tt!/ ' erect positio.n a-re the organs of t~e These girls are .decided blondes and pare the war veterans for better ad- the· students reg.1stered. . For . Octointroduced the speaker, a man who body in a position to perform their afford a .good contrast to the other justment to the post-war co.nditions. ber they were given an mteJhg~nce has made a thorough study of m eas- w ork to the best advantage. members of the staff. ' During this period Dr. Smith ear.ned questi<mn.aire. ln November the group .urement of time, and especi ally t he. Luther_ P.atterson was retained be- his master's degree at Columbi'a and was divided into superior and very ad·v ocat ed thirteen· month c alendar. M Walter Wiese entertained the cause 'of his fix-it ability. As Jong his Doctor's degree at Harvard, Two superior. For J8Jluary, .numbers were In 1906 S uprtinteru:lent Abbott first . r . English classes of the high (Continued On Page F our) h' <Tiven n•"t. Two people receiving d h · d t h t h e semo r years ago he was e~ected to 1s pres- b" vu spoke in Peru. a.n e sai ~ . h 1 w it h a new game of authors, the same numbers g.ave each other was surprised t o find his audie nce ~ ~~ 23 He devised this g ame -"'>~~~ ent position. looking as young as ever! . . w~~;h wa~ a delightful s~bsti,llute for Wednesday, April 29 It is interesting to note tihat Sup- New Year's resolutions. A .di to .Mr Abbott, a v1Sl tor h th C C A erinte ndent A. E. Fisher, president Next a very a!Ilusing debate took ccor ng . h ld find a review lesson on .Britis a u ors. 7:00 Y. M., Y. W., . . . h to this earth fr.om Mars 8 ou · . first • of t he Schoolmasters' club, is father place. Archie Voiiberg took t e . . . d "Jemma trying Le0J1a S t romquist w on pnze. Thursday, April 30 himself m a ::µrange I M h 9:50 p CJ u,b meeting of our own Jack Fisher, and th.at the stand that George Holsterman should ·--..lerstand the Miss Esthe r Clark and Mr. at· ews h h'l . to d1scoV'er a.n d u.uu Sa1urday, May 2 secretary of the club is our ow.n be Peru's officia:L dog catc er, w l · e change in the .numJ:>er of days in ea:h were .guests. 6:30 Jr. Sr. Ba nquet Superintende.nt Clements. Harold Stoltz opposed him, stating, and y et th,e lack of change m M. I. N. K. Track Meet President and Mrs. W. R. Pate; Mr. I that the honor should go to Pete month · hig h school orchest r a, M d M 4 \.. l th t Th k t he .number of inches in a yard stic e s e m or by P r.ofessor ~~Oa~t ciub and Mrs. W. N. DelzeU; Mr and Mrs. ; Riggs. ~he de.uate was so c oae . a on April 20, di r ected . h M 0 S L. Clements· Mr a.nd Mrs v.· E· the wudience voted and Pe te Riggs d url·ng the several moths. 'ndra, wi'll play two selections: " Bri7:00 Alp a u mega . , . . . . d b d t h ' th In 1835 the first thirteen month cal- Jl 8 ·00 Tri Beta ' Chatelain and Mr. .and Mrs. Hill were was electe to e og ca c er w1 ose," and " Tin Soldier' for t he · ("~nt' nued On Page Four) endar came into existence, hut it was dal R in attendance at t his gathering. _ ""' 1 (Continued On Page F.our) )ligh sc·hool assembly. ~~~~ ,

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Marjorie Keipe spoke on the subject, "The Advantages of going to Omaha." Ma.ny new phases of inter. th es t were b roug ht . t o view, · roug h the val;ues of Omaha. She left us to determine the meaning of "A Week End In Peru." "The Life of a Peru debator

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The Seni.or high school orchestra . hools at. Oak Park hig·h school, L oy d Mc Cann. H e d escri'b ed i't as b e- and You are urged· not to n eglec t this op portunity to share sc · . . the .Girls' Glee . club plan to parL' i where over 9,000 students. are .accom- ing similar to war, a::; defined by Sher- ti~ip-a~ the music contest .at the big ·saving this sale a ffords. 2 modated. At the close .of this year I man but fai1ed to give the definition. co n, ay · · Toilet Articles, Med.icines, Candy, S tatio;De r y, Perf umes; she wi'U receive $18_00 yens.ion· with Evely.n McKean,- Gertrude Beauch. _ etc., are among t he i tem offere d. BE THERE. th P rivilege of cont mumg her work. d L ·11 H t 'th M· Ruth Naviaux, who won first place ~ II e plans .to spend some time trav- jorie amp, Arn an accompanying uc1 e .arps er, w1 several ar 0Ki~ th el v·io1a hat Om a h a ad nd Hiustoh • V She gave · 1 . . . ngso ver, w o wo.n secon p ace on , eltng. numbers consisting of and the clarinet will enter the solo events · THE R EXALL STORE (J 1 ~--...:::~-~-.,..:;::::,.--~-..-:::::,..4-~--:::><-~,,.._.~-~::::..~dances. The loyal accomp.amst was at Lincoln. I TRAINING SCHOOL NOTES. blamed for any req.ues_ts not fulfilled. I

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The ideal convocation so.ng, namely . t "The Little Brown Church m the d th Miss Hendricks ent ertaine · e cas · Vale," was presented by Harold Lutof the seni.or high s~hool play with .a ton .and Clayton Goyt. radio party at her .apartment one Loyd Parriot was f.avored by givevening after rehearsal. in.g the ·last number of the program, an informal speech, ''The Advantages Members of the ninth grade Eng- and Disadvantages .of Debating in Pelish class have been gaining some ru." Lights on the athletic field and first-hand information of the French the lack of lights as well as locked language and customs through the doors after 10:30 in . the dormitory study of "Les Miserables" by Viet.or seemed to be the prominent disadHugo. Dramatizati-0n of effective vantages. ' . Many .new. interests, hobscenes has stimulated the interest of bies, and professions as well as conthe class. fessions were learned at this comedy program. For installation of .new officers, the Girls' Reserve ·had a party at the o~-~~~~-~~ Train\ng school, Wednesday evening, April 22. The place cards for the banq.uet were blue and white triangles and the candl-es were b'lue. The of- o~~-~~-~~o fi cers wore white. As each old officer Babe N: What h P.ppened when the turned .o ver to the new office holder she made an appropriate speech to cow jumped over the m-0on? which the n-ewly el-ected officer reHester: Someone .g ot an idea for plied with a speech .of acceptance. vanishing cream. Riuth N iwiaux, accompanied at the piano by Euni~e Burbridge, played a They laughed when I sat dow.n at violin solo entitled "In the Garden." During the banquet the girls san g the piano- I h ad forgotten to bring many songs. Aft-erw.ard they danced the stool. and lJlayed games. The last event on the program was the singing of, Roi: The dentist told me that I had " Follow the Gleam." a large cavity that needed fillin g. Louie: Did he recommend any spec• Chang-es which inventions foll.owial course of study? ing the Industrial revoJ.ution made i.n the lives of the p eople of that - -,tim-e have been the subject of the Mrs. Norwood: Which do you prerecent work of the eighth g r ade So- fer in your husband: wealth, a bility, cial Science class. The students, or appear ance?· working in groups, h avE! made bulleMrs. Benf ord: Appearance, and the ti.n b oards of pictures and h ave given souner th e better .

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The Freshman club council met i Thursday morning in Miss Tear's I' room. . Plans were made for the freshman spring p arty. Each club is to · be represented hy some skit. Mildred Jodrey is tO be in c·h arge of general arrangements of the program.

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The c alendar is larg ely w hy o.n ay wto~ tant b eing that For I n formation call 54 ing at the close of th e t ournamen t "" B f d fi. •te vi'S able:, the m os 1mp or was as follo ws : high school g irls won made out of n.e wspaper s fo r a cer- of Roman orig mth . ~ ·c:e be m f, re~ plan.ts won.d d not find it necessary to three games, Coleman won two, Card- t ain yoong lady. President and Mrs. o r.els were kept ere as een .oun . th 'dd!le of the weeJ>. er won one, and. Moore won none. P ate we're chosen to act as judg e11. evidences of the existance of a ten. close sh?p Ln den~ ~~bott did not have Track starts next week and all Guy Sankey was chosen to desig n a month calendar with a .year of thr9- . .Supe1m t en . 11 Uhe material .girls interested in these activities are gown for Eva Grover. His creation hundred five d ays with t·h irt.y and time by far . to ~ive a suring time, ~ h ·1 't fitt d littl cl.- thirty-one days for each month. -On t his subJect lkor hmedia'd g1·ve was . ~3 cordi ally invited to come out at 4: O. w I e 1 e .a e soo.n was mo . but the· short t a e est and good · enou gh to win the vote ln 700 B. C. Numa. Pompeh,us . . . on al and interei:;ting to Hardware and Electric ~upphes · d.g e. · L u th ~ • J' d . II d -0 f th e 1a d y J.U · er. p att erson chang ed .the calendar a.dding two . new ve1 Y tnformati b d__. 47 Professor V. H. m ra w.as ca ~ was chosen to ma.k e a dress (or Hel- mol)..ths, Ja.nuary at the beginning as the student o y. Phone to act as one of .the t~re~ J~ges m en Wagner. He readily admit ted a month .o f peac·e and Fepruary at the ' . / I. E. FORSYTH, Hardware !J t he Northwes.t .Missouri .D1str1:t co.n.- ' that he had made dresses f or his lit- e:nd as a month. of expiation .and ~<:::::-~ /) . ~ tests held at the Mar.yviUe, Missoun, "tle daughter before. The dress he prayer. Then the thirteenth month, ~OMAS ~ ~ I ~<::>~ State Tea~hers Co.Jlege_. The contests .d es igned was certainly a creation but Mercedone_ous, was ada.ed and given R ICE & T · • <::> · were carried on durwg Thur:;day, Mr. Pat.terso.n ·e vidently must have over ·1:<> .the merchants. This · mont h : Vi.s it ·, y~ur . barber sh op at /; ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ F r iday, and Saturday of last wee~ h ad his 'little da.ug ht er in mind when came m only every other Y'ear'. Merleast on<:e-a-week. ./ ~~< and ·included vario.us types of llllllSI- he cut the material, judgi.ng from cedo.neo.us began on Febriu.a-ry 24.. · Rememl;>er th a t cal contests. the abbreviated effect of the skirt. After two hundred years FeJ:>ruary · · "It Pays To Look Well" ( WHEN HUNGRY GO TO ~ Neverthele'ss it was striking enou gh was shifted from / last to :iecond · . Under Milsteads ~ ' PHILOS MEET to attract the attention of the man pilace. , Brown's Eat Shop · The Philomathean Literary societ'y judge _and win -his vote. ·, Next came t he Great Reform of -"">-~<::>-~~ /'J ' Caesar · ~ h'1c h resu · 1"-.J · h './ Phone 63 Deliveries a t IC) held their r egul ar meeting T h ur s·d ay The best part of the evening was Julms .i..t>U. m w at ev.ening, April 23. · the delicious refreshments which Miss Mr. Abbot t S!\-Id should · have be~n A very interesting program was ., Br.anson served with the cap able as- called the Cleop.atrian Calendar f-0r given planned by Georgia Jorn, who sist a.nce of Ethel Koser ari~ .Dan Mc- Cleopatra was re!lllly respo.nsible for w as pro grain chairman. IS wan. The! consisted of angel cake, th~- ch~nge which ~too~ p!La'ce'.. r?. t>he We Aim .T o Mildred Hank:> an.cl Helen Hall · chocolate tee-cream donkeys or e:Je- early time of Bu.Ii.us Caesar the- first Phone 223 for appoi n tment SERVICE WITH A SMILE played two violin. .duet~ "T.o a , Wild : phants, and coffee. Sometime before day of the mon t h was called Calen.da Rose" and "Song of India. Edna .Mae this occassion Miss ·Branson had m an- and it was origin ally the day of the RIGHT· A - WAY . BEAUTY SHOP PE Jones gave a reading. "Time to Tink- 1 aged to discover which of her guests new moon. T.he Ides or middlings of SHOE SHOP er Ar01Und." Harriet Klngsolver 1 we re-.Democrats and which were .Re- the mon~h s!houl,d have fallen -0n the ~ ./ M. C. MEDLEY pla.yed a cello . solo, "At Twili ght." publicans. All Democrats receive.cl sixteen.th of ·the month, but the suA vocal duet was sung ~.y Leona ice-cream donkies and all Rep:ub1icans perstitio.n of the Romans that even . Hudson ·a nd Ey alyn Gilbert, "Roses ice-cream elephants. At a late hour numbers wer~ ·u.nlucky chang ed the.m ~~-<:::>-~ of Picard y,"· with the piano accom- the · gue·s ts depar~ed declari.ng .they to the fifteenth and _thi~teenth. But 1 • panime.nt by Georgia Jorn. h ad thoroughly enjoyed the .affair. with this c.alend.ar the eqinox was ~ _ ~. /->J~-">~<::>~--....>411 Marie Buresh w as put in char ge I . out of place. All the di.ffi_cu:Iti.es of 'I

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FRATS GIV•E JOINT BANQUET. (Co.nti.n.ued From Page One) W . Wiese, president of Sigma Tau H. S. JUNIOR-SE-NIOR PARTY Deltla. Mr. Wiese then introduced (Go.ntin.ued F r om P age One) Mr&. Masters. George Holsterman as his .assistant. Mrs . .Masters chose• for her theme, T wo g roups, o.ne headed b.y . Mr. 1 "Current Writing That I Enjo.y." It Mat hews, the other b.y Ruth Navrnux, was certainly a rare treat for poetr.y we r e ·e ach gi-ve.n a paper ·heart cut lovers to listen to Mrs. Masters speak. fit 1 into sever.al pieces · and to d to S he spoke of the modern writers that the puwzz10 ~ together. Ruth N aviaux' 1fs he e.spheci ally enjoyed,Boqhuoting .li.nes g roup · rom t eir poetry. t American After this they fou nd partners n.nd . and B1:itish au.thors were mentioned. went into the English room 304., Kipling, Maesfield, and Edna St. Vinwhere refreshme.nts were served con- c·e nt Mill ay r eceived special mention. ·sisting of cake, ice cream, sand- Mrs. Masters does- n ot merely enjo.y wiches, pickl es, and punch. F avors poetiw but she actiuaiJJy lives the were nut cups filled with candy corn. lines -the poet writes. Not .o.nJ y does The rest of the evening . w.as spent ; s he herself do this but she carries · d · Th · f m ancmg.. . e music was urn- . her listeners speil-bou.nd wit·h her. ished by the college or.chestr;i. She doe's .this not with any dramatic effec t, but wit h the sheer beauty of JUNE BRICKELL GIVES RECITAL. 1·her vie:': .

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\effec ·, u witnffie sneer beauty of met at Nice a to de.cid; when Easte_ffi_"">~-<:;>~-~-l I - ~ - -jl/ JUNE BRICKELL GIVES RECITAL. ·h er interpretive voice. A new view- shouJd fall. It was placed dJuring the · _ . . ~ PAINT ,(Co.nti.n.ued From P age One) point o~ poetry was given to many · ·light: of t he rh.oo.n. for ·p eople went on ~""=>~~~~ LUMBER ~ Sweetness of .t one and eveness of ·?f he-r hsten~rs who never h ad real- nig. htl.y Easter pilgrimages in those ~ quality in both the high a.nd low 1zed before }USt how much poetry days. . J ~ ROOFING regi'aters were the outstanding ~bar- could; mean. r . Pope Gr~gory., perceiving that Eas• -~ a.cteristics. T~e pr~gram offered con_After _M rs. _-M ast.ers' charmi.n~ a_d- ter had been falling farther and far~ PERU LUMBER s1derable vanety m tempos, mood, d1 ess, Mr. W1es·e mtr-0~uced hi1'! o1d ther back cba.ng ed the calendar hut . VI a.nd r ange. 1·high school principal, Mr. J . G. Mast- Protest ant s r efused to accept this imHallenbeck's. Garage w. J. RABEL, Mgr, It is hard to say just what gro.up ers.. •Mr. Masters g.ave a ve"?:y well proveme.nt. Jn 1752, · because of the ~ Phone 48 Peru, Nebr. ~ of sonq-s deserved t he most praise ~i·epa:ed,,talk on '.'Amer ica's Chang- inconvenience of the OiLd calendar, PHONE _67 • ~ for beauty of rendit ion. However,. mg Life. He p.o mted out the fact thev were forced to accept that form- ~~-<::>-~~-~ -~~-~~~ it was the last number "Vi'llan·e lle" · that we are losing much of our old ulated by Gregor.y . It was nob until · that held the audience ~pell-bound. culture and love for th-e b.eautifut!, 19J8 t:hat. Russia r ccepte d it, however. This number is :fiull .of cadenz!ls and i.n this mad whirl of commercialism. This calend ar has been in use u'ntil ~~-~-~~~~~~~-~-~~ I . . ~ trills offering .Miss Brickell ample He deplored the fac~ th.at ther~ was the presen.ti day. oppor tunity to display ·h er voice to so much that w as obJectJ.Onable m all Suo erintendent Abbott with illusthe utmost. That she succeed·e d in w alks of 'life. On the other ·liand; tr.atl~ns described the present advo.doing .this was evidenced by the there we-r e a number of redeeming cat-ed reform c ai e.nd ars. The fi rst is thundero.us applau.s e that followed _features. Chief among these. is t~e th e Swiss system of reform. In t his this number. , reso~rcefulnes.s of. the American Ln aLI q u.a.:cters run in the same order, as Miss Ellen Wilson deserves praise meetmg all situat10.ns. ~e de~lared the first, in which .1anu.ary has t·h irfor her very sympathetic accompa.n- that he was a strong believer m the ty-.one d ays, February thirty and ,, May be p u rchesd at CLEVELAND'S with fuU assul.'ime.nts. Her playing was a.t all times fund amental s01unaness of the Amer- March thirty. At the end of the year -:ince that you are getting the newest styles, at right adequat.e and formed a h arm.onious ican- people, and for tha:t_ rea:>on w~s there w.i.li be · an extra day put in, prices. b ackgr~nd for the songs. . not. alarmed about the future of thi~ 1 making the last wee_k have eight I natmn. d ays, the extr a d ay being called year Nowhere in Nebrask a will you find ,a better selected LIBRARY FORCE HAS TRYOUTS. ' Ln bringing these two speak-er~ .to day. At t he end of Ju1y anot her ex(Conti.n.ued From Page One) the . campus, these two fraterm~ies t r a da.y would be inserted once in stock of GRADUATION ATTI RE than we can furnish you. as he lives up t o his name he wi.n be earned out what has been -_a reg.~lar four" years. According t o t his the ~ assured of a place on the staff, al- part of th e pro~ram for Sigm.a au year would always start on Sunday. tho.ugh it was hinted that he refrain De!lta for some tim~. E ach ye~i s~m: This calen·d ar is most favored in Eufrom hiur dling the swinging doors in person who has ~ntte~ and a~ ~ rope and by the League of Nations. Get the bal>it of comio~ to Nebraska City to ao your the library after this. some work published is b r oug t 0 1 The World Cal-endar is the second ·shopping. Vkgil Bugbee was ret ained becau,se the campus. Both a~~ ~r~ reform type. In this .t he year would of the fact that he is always on time Mast-ers. have done consi erah e ~or also begin on Sunday but t he -f irst · "ti g M rs. Masters as µeen and that he makes a good appearance m w~i n : . i e month would have thirty .d ays, the· at the ·desk. Helen F ackle'r was re- especially mtehrest ed m poetr:d• whbll second t hirty, and t·h e third thirty. Mr Masters · as do ne co.nsi er.a e . · ·th .tamed to take Clara Overturf's p-lace · d . h th o.ne. The o.ther quarters run in e res-earch work connecte wit e · · . d · w.h en the tatter graduates so that T . ,, same order. This cal-en ar is arrangu re gi·ve (S&H) Stamps · be best ~mt· n Neb ras k a - c 1·ty, .N e b r. th ere may be some one to wa-i t on "Or"'"On rail h e.d so t ha.t the days _Wlll _ William Barnes Thomas. · Miss ~eha1Uc:a.mp clos~d t ~ p;~- ed to the ·n eeds of t he business wor ld. . ··~.--~-<:::: ,,_ ,,:;:ye:~,..-.,~•.~~ · ~ · Guy Sankey won t he right to re- gram wt.t . t ese t·emabr s f 8 . · e The last typ~ and t h at advocated ' ~~ . . speakers· tf any mem er o 1gma . bo ·· h h" mam on the staff becaqse of his .uni' t by Superintendent Ab tt ts t e t ir 11 t . . ma k"m g· .out fiicu 1t.y Tau De ta wro be an f exce errmg a b". 1hty m p· Gen p oem, M _teen mo.nth' ca 1en d ar, w1"th t we:n.t y- ;::.-.-,<~-~-a..:;~-~-.-::~-"">41-o:;::::,.-.-::::::,..-t<:::;::....-"'=,,..__.~-.-::~•.c:::. . 1 amm.a . t days for each mont-h . Th e year fi ne slips. Herbert Ivens was re- or if som-e mem .er o th d b u eigh . . . was able to device some me -o Y • b : s J. P. CLARK t am ed because of his elastic vocabu~ 1 • . t ;t lf b.y this calend ar would egm on un 1-d ext rica . . which America cou e i se h Th" lary which lends an all" of oulture . t" h t .t . . day as would every mont . . 1s I from the s1t ua 1011 t a 1 is m, as a t ~e try to give our custome1·s more than they expect. to the ·group. . . . n.d Mr wouJd take up 364 d ays, so an ex ra After this came the I. Q. t est of the result of hlst emnhg t o Mtr. a k s. d ay wou1d be added to .the last we:_ek boys versus the girls. The test con- Masters, t le.n t ese . ":'~ spea er s which ~01ul be ca1led Day week. At j sisted of ~aying the alph abet back- wo-1.lll d k now tha.t the.i_r vJsit had been_, first Mr. Abbo:t.t adv.pcated calling

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PERU VOLUME XXVI.

PE·DAGOGIAN NUMBER 26.

PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1931.

Peru State College May Music Festival, May 6, 7, 8 and 9 PERU PREP IN M. I. N. K. SETS 1 --=-~~~-,fBIG ATTRACTION STATE CONTEST NEW RECORDS /j · ~ IN NEBRASKA Prepsters Equitably Share Honors First Place Goes to Omaha Technj- / SECOND ANN'UAL Some UnexcelleaArtists of Nebrasln State Musical Contest

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He is also presJ dent Fra'ernity Members Demonstrate T heme of Decoratio.ns, Talks · tes ciue-Heig h t 5 ft. 10 % in. , m ored that .on e of the "P" Club mem- of the Lincoln Ministerial AssociaRecreational -Mathematics 1 Third: McCleary, Pl11-ttsmouth bers · was to dire.c t the activities, so Four th : Phillips, Hamburg tion, a.nd· a member of the Board l)f Although the Mathematics Club One h!undraj-..fift y h earts le aped up 220 y ARD DASH-Wo.n b.y An<lerson it was with anticipation that the Directors of the Kiwanis club. may not believe that 65 equ als 64 as they beheld t he rainbow i n a b lu e Dr. Calhoun has had much experb of Oma h a Technical- Time 23.5 g irls w aited to see who it woul-0 e. ience working wi.th young people, t hey certainly prov!!d this equat ion and w hit e sky at t he Jw1io r-Seni9r (New Rec ord) So.on "Coach" . Ben appeared and put h aving served as guest preacher and to the student body in ch apel Friday. ba n qu e t h e ld i n th e dining ro.o:m of Second: Haight, DuBois the d o rmito ri e s, Saturday., .May 2. the girls through a workout equal to counsellor at several different col- May l. In the second part of their Thir.d: Jurg ensmier, Auburn leges during ·their religious emphasis program they ' presented two mindFrom Eliza Morgan parlo r s sevenFourth.: Perdue, T a ble Rock th.at of a foo t ball squad but the girls week. Recently. he spent a week readers who proved their ability quite ty-fiv e couple s of t h e - classes of '31 1 t horo.ughly. anid '32 marched into the dining hall DISCU S - T om a k; Tab!~ Rock-Dis- seemed to e.njoy it, little dreaming of with the students of the Dubuque Ben Groothius intr.oduced Guy Santan ce 116 feet 6 inches. · D C h the misery that wou1d follow. Twen- university. r. · a'l -0un'131 sermon w ith i ts v a ulted arched c e iiing of Seco n d: Offe nbacker, Fortescue promises to be interesting as well ~s key and Luther P atterson who, reblu e a n d w hi t e. The rainb ow was s p ectively. h ad charge of the first ty-o.ne girls were out, some :for the inspiring. T hird: ·Carmicheal. Filly .the t heme of the ba.nq u et .and a b ea.n.d seco.nd parts .of the program. F o urth: E g b ert, Benson sport of it and others in hopes of auti fu l o.ne arc h ed over the m a in Mr. H. E. Bradford, of the DepartMr. Sankey was assisted by Ken220 Y A R D LOW HURDL ES-Won door to end in a pot of gold in which losin g avoirdupois. me.nt of Vocational EdJuc atjon of Neneth Lilly, Ottoe Boellstorff. L oui e by B a r nes of T a bor-Time 27: 7 wer e seated the string qruartet and Tuesd ay evening it w as indeed a braska at Lincoln, is to d eliver the J or g ens on and Ruth Stuckenholtz. S econd : Haight, DuBois or ch estra w hich f urnished the m usic / limpin g and gr_o aning spectacle that hig h scho.ol. commencement address.. At o.ne side of the stage wes a rect rI'h ird: Thornell~ Sidney for the e v enin g. He h as chosen as his subject, ••The an g}e laid off in small squares. This Fo u rth : R ich ard so.n, Lewist~n g reeted t h e eyes of t he "coach,'' but Magic Touch." ~ rectan g le was five of these squares The ba nquet programs were in l C o n t inued· on p a~ ~ ) rain bow fo r m . On the first arc h. t o t he su rprise of all a n increas ed Mr. Bra.dford was bor;;; at Sheboy- wide a'.nd thirteen long. making an which w as lavend ar was w ritten the .PERU LOSE S TO TARKIO b No do ·· i.t the w.or-0 had g an, Wisco.nsin. He studied at Ne- area pf 65 s q.uares. Mr. Jorg ensen UJJ team .n.um er. The P e ru track a nd fi e1d bras ka Wesley.an, receiving h is A. B . and Miss Stucken.h oltz took the rectme.nu of: we.nt to Tarki o F r iday a nd met t he spre ad that it was fun and offered and A. M. degrees from that institu- an gile which had been cut ineo sever· Varegat ed Cocktail Riced Potatoes - Buttered Peas et T.arkio team in a 1ua'l meet. The two su ch spl end id possibiliti es. Wednes- tion. He has als o studied at Oolum- al pieces, c·h a ng ed the p.o sition of Carrots Universi t y. the pieces and made a square eight t eams W ere neck t o ne c k u ntil t he d ay t r ia l starts a nd broad· jumps were bia A .11 h h ing expenence · h as b een squares b y eig · ht . o ne cou Id e as1·1 y h alf mile re:lay whic h T a rkio w on b y .ti! is teac Stuffed Pork Chops - Gr.ap e Ice a c.lose mar.gin, giving t hem t he m eet p racticed. Next w eek hurdling an-0 in Nebras ka, first as .a rural school see that. the.n, thene were only 64 JeUy - Rolls - Olives 1-y five p oints. hi h ·um in o- w ill be exper iment ed. teacher, h igh s?hool principal, super- spuares. Nothin g had been added to l\1ulti Perfection .Salad - Wafers 1 int e.n.dent .of city schools. "" 1 g J P ., He then or detr.acte.d fr om the board and y et Peruvian Dessert Coffee - M ints Very good times we·r ~ made i n .al The trac k m~et will be held within j accepted a position with the Univers- there were anly 64 squar es w here · Below the menu was t h e program ents the feature bemg t he w m· · · l of the t here h ad bee.n 65. This was the 'f t he 100 yard dash b.y a Tar- t w o weeks. E very one interested is I ity of Nebraska .asi prmcipa of toast'S: nmg 0 . d "th D u ane , school of a g ricuit ure and professor b asis of ' the equatio.n 64 = 65. He Toastmistress ____ __ Evelyn S k elton kio m a n m 9.9 s e c on s WI More of pr.oceede <l oo subtr.act 63 from each 1 invi ted to come out a nd it's a great of agricultural educatio.n. / Welcom e Seniors _ Bernard Galloway Sams o f Peru p.us h"mg h.un all the / life if .you d on ;t sti ffen: ' (Continued on page 4) (Continued on pa~e 4) Response -- --- - -- - - - - Elmer H ert.el w ay. ( Cont inued on page 4) 1

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W ayne stude nts w i'll have the hon . or t o hear and see _D r. John G. Neihardt, Nebrask a's poet laureate on May 4. 5. and 6. Duri·ng this time he wil1 .deli vex le ct u res and give a recital of t he p oe ms which h ave, w-0n him renow n throug ho ut the United St t a es.

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superintendent of the Bronx schools H e rte.1, to in N e w York City, and while ther~ ,, h construct - p ower s as k e d the librari·a.ns are very much inter- mo ve. His .new -Orne was . t h senior president, w~ t dig- 1· was .offered the superintendency of DEATH OF MRS. TRENHOLM d W ·n n ot dwell e f h e dd fe ren e W1 g ive a number o t re d d .one th S chenectady, New York, schools Mrs. Trenh.lorn, who has been the ested is a clipping file, which re- ed of drift woo . I · 'te inno hund r e an e · 't - its be:eenM~n~ertel a nswered 6:!i From S chene ctady he w.as elected t-0. h-0stess for o.ne of the large, boys' quires consid; r a b1e time and effort long on its beaut y. t . is qui t ho usa • .. - ·h d ' i t s w as reve r s h' r esent p osition as superintend rooming-houses, passed away Thurs- in compiling but is .of special cur- cent of p aint or a ny show. ofh va.m Y· The or der of t e ig . b ted ts p J 1m as co.nue. For t he last ten y e ar s · b 6 was s u trac t a t P rov ide.nee, Rhode Island. rent Val 13 d ay nig ht i.n1.a Lincoln ho's pital. F uni a nd the .num e r p tterson 1en . p h While so . easily available, , every tined his garde111ing and landscap n g fro m 631 leaving 497. ~!· ~etween D u ring .his wo r k a: d er~ eti ~a~ a e ra! ser vices we re held in RGbert's student o.n the campus shou1d make plants i n his hot bed, c aring for a h ked fo.r a num er . I le ade r i n the many s u en ire V1ties, c hapel. and she was buried in the . t e n as dr d and received a s , e rhaps o.ne .of the best stu the most possible use of the many smal'l .g arden of his own a nd keepmg t en a nd one hu n. e u ltiplied 1 a nd was P h d H · new addition of the W y uka cf!metery s ources of information .in our libr.ar.y, 85 w hich was m . . d t spea.kers P eru e ver a . e is a t L1'nco1n. u.p the appearance of t he Kerns .cem- 1an a nswe_r . swer 495. T h r ;; en - k d wr':th the leading sune which is o.ne o f the most extensive in . . b the previo us :in · now r a n e II' r. Peru friends, both faculty and stu- the stat e. h aving more volumes than etery. Jim is said to be particular ly rr?:l'ltiplic aton gflve t h_e ;11~~~: i i n t enden ts .of t h e . U n ited Statres, and dents, e xtend their sincere sympathy any ot h_er state teachers college Ii- g ifted at terracing .t he rugged Kerns 42075 Ralph D avis, pres1den ! . called u p o.n t o a ddress some of the 1s - -~ t hose to t h e b ereave d . an d a 11 P eru mourns brary. hills, and coaxing plants to gr.ow on ior. .cl ass was as k e d t o erase one largest orga nizatio.ns, no t v.iuy the death of this p.opular and worthy ·-.:i d to b sen ' n The sum I h J b ut othe Our librarians are Luuee . e what was once a bare ba nk. d: 't He chose t he sev e . ertain ing t o sc oo s, r p.u b• member of our community. congratu1ated o.n their untiring eflg.I • • d · •ts w a s then de- I P , Jim Gaines Ji ved for .years on the of the rem aimng igi lL Miss · 1ic affai rs. A large niumber pf friends of the forts to accommodate the students. t ermined and found t o be then Trenholm family 11.rom Elmwood atriver about two miles north of my nd M' Mort w e re Ki msey a iss d. ·t. . tended the fu hera1. Among Mrs. home. During this time we freque nt- asked to indic a~e the._ ez;ase!r.o: 7 j NEW RECORDS IN M. I. N. K, Trenholm's many friends was Mrs. GIRLS' CLUB 1y bought cat fish from him. His Miss Kimsey 1mmed1at:ly t dis ( Co.ntinu.ed fro m P age O.ne) Bess Streeter Aldr1'ch, who has been bo d d MISS Mor J k t · d de He on the ,black ar .a n ber BROAD JUMP-W on b y Anderson of a life lon g friend. The chape'.L was The Girls' club held their regular camp was ep 111 goo or r . be . g th e num. filled with people fr.om Lincoln, Elm- meeting o.n Monday. Apri1 27. The alwa.ys w ashed his dishes promptly played a card a ri.n · Omaha Tech nic al-21 fe.et 3%in. wood and Peru. · pro.gram consisted of a group of pop- af ter each me al. '~ave a minion flies s e ven. · d aders S ec ond: Carmicheal, Filly . Jess, mother of Mrs. Trenholm. - .ular num b ers b.y a trio . conststmg . . T o prove_ that these Thi"rd .· Ph1'llips, Hamburg Mrs. of . if I did.n't," was ]Jis attitule towar d th , mr p 1noblreem of no ]err g er n u mbers I Fou1·th .· Martin, Lewist on returned with the children and will June Brickell, Leon.a , Hilldson, an d the mater. Tim also did his ' own we r en't f a k1ng, a'th type This~ time . a M r . P atter- j 880 YARD CLASS B RELAY-Won make the home- for Charles and Mar- Ad a Brady; and a number of readwashing. He kept a wash board an.d the same .orked. R a sm all tub for thits pUi; pose, of the was w h' · t nts t he entire by Du.Bofo-1:41.6 (New ecord) J·orie until :the close of the present ings given by Bertha Ne}Vma.n. son ha:d for is ass1s a . / .k school term. Raymond Tl'enholm. The elec.tion of .officers for the. variety used before w ashing mah cl ass I n this proc ess it Second: T a ble Roe . t t rt T ll sop omore . . . w·tt who received his degree last ye ar coming year was the 1mpor an pa . chines were invented. im is a, ta wiis the number one w h i ch w as er.as- 1 Third : De 1 . from Peru, and has been the h ead of of the program. The girls winning gangling fellow about fort y ye.a rs ed and the 'two bli.ndfolded mi.nd- 1 880 YARD CLASS ~ RELAY-Won the music depa rtment at Cozad dur- out in the end were: presiden.t. Ada old. He is cheerful and pleasant. r eaders promptry i ndicated this j u~t j by Tec umseh-Time 1 : ~9.8 i.ng the pas.t year, returned to Perru Brady; vice president. Dorothy Wor- However, Tim's only profession is as the y h ad indic-ated 7 in t h e prev~ Second: Omah a Techmcal fo r Friday a nd S aturday• .going baek .ley; secretary, H al'lis Hutchinson ; n ot fishing. He sells boot leg liqruor . .ous prob1em. , Third: Auburn . t o Linc oln Saturday evening, and to tre ~ surer, Helen Hall; ~rogr.am chair- He acts as an .agent for a group o;f If one believes t hat su.ch .ac ts c an- . Fo.u rth : Nebr.asks Cit~ his school Sunday. me n, J·e an Blank:nship and Miriam I Blair· bootleggers that are alleged not be performed h e must i nterview 880 YARD RUN-Wo.n b.y LudingMcGrew. This is a ver.y fine group j to be co.llJI)ected with a Sioux Cit y the m athemat ics d ep artment. Per- j ton .of Dunb ar-Tim e 2:11.7 of , girls a nd the club should show bootleg ri ng. At any r ate t he liquor, h aps t h ey can explain. Second: Olson. Omaha. T echnical YOUNG TRACKSTERS COMPETE as mlllch adva ncement -next .y ear as like Uncle T om, w as sold dow.n the Third: Bennett, Tabo r The P eru Bobcats and Bobkittens it h as during t~e p.ast' year. r iver a nd Tim was tlie local dealer. F o-urth : Berg er. De W itt are n ot the only track at hletes on t he Tim's p rofo..ss ions m ust h ave been MUSIC WEEK. PROGRAM JA VELIN-W.o.n b y :Skillet of Table campus. F ar from it. Last Wedne$bro,adening._ Staunch · upho1ders of (Continued from P age O.~e) 1· Rock-Distance 158 f e et 1 inch d ay _a tr~ck m~t was piut _on in the RIVER PEOPLE. t~e eig hteenth amend ment boug ~t Evelvn Gilber t, dil-ec tin g ' S e cond: Wo r kman, H amhurg stadium in which not a single p ar(C t· ed f p Thr ) his fish and the skofl aws bou ght his Trumpet Duet --- - Eug ene Rowan, 1· Th" d· Offenb a c k er F-ortescue . . . f on mu rom .age ee r I h r d ir. • ' 11 th t • t1c1p ant w as ov~r thirteen years .o is Ji m M uller. The Mulle.r s are of 1hqnw~. hn a e d1 mte k e ihv~ ton Lorene Redfern I Fo u rth: Mar tin. Lew ist on ag-e.' and m ost of . them were quite G'6rman d escent. Th ey came to Kerns t e r iver e m a.n age . . o eep ts wo "Play' mat::es" . - -- ---- ----.- -- - . Griffen 4 4 0 YARD CLASS B RELAY- Won a little beneath t hirteen. .n ' s h or ti y a ft er t h e c·1v1.1 sets of BenJ·amrn Burke,, di rec t rng 1 b y D u b 01s. T 1me ' 49 . . ·i;ro m Oh 10 h custrlmers . st1 a1ght . 1 a nd . never h • I Th. is meet w as sponsored by Miss J ' , f th ld s· Mull was e arreste.ct f or VIO atmg t e r Brass Qu artet - -- - -- Eugene Ro wan, ~ D W 'tt h . 1 d · . · wa r. im s a er, o 1 er, was 1 Ti . h eco.n....., e. l Dav1dson and her p ys1ca e ucati o.n . . 1 aw. m was smart enou g not to Loren Redfern LeRoy. R edf e rn . T bl R k 1 -Third • • , P n ex-umon officer and an ear1y ' . h . . d f ' ' a. e oc method classs. The p ar t1c1pants were . . . . expect to h ve a c armed hfe m e Jack H azelton ' CLASS A W b)' . d f h P10 neer m the Kerns fru.1t mdustry. 1 • • • • f MILE RELAY on t h e students fr.om t he t h1r , ourt , · i.mtely. He wisely 1-eft this p.art o "A Bit o1i Harmo.ny" __ __ Zam€cnik . T' 57 7 fifth :md sixth grad e of the Trainers. He was a man of excellent re~ute, t he co untry before any storm bro ke "H alleln.1J·iah'' Z amec nik Om a ha T'echn1c alime . . edlucatet d a nd a g ood busmess . h ' d ' . · -- ------ - - Seco nd. T e cu mseh T h e young trac ksters were d'1v1'ded well a . h m is 1rect1on. Be.njamin Burke. directi ng into fo u r g roups: third and fou rth m .~· Ju~ w as ) e yo~ngest ~f a A year or t wo ago an old man spent 1 Senior Hig h Orc hestra Third, Falls C ity . g ra.de boys ; thi r d and fou rth g r ade la1., e fa1mly. He was g.!ven ~nt1rely the wintet o.n the ri ver not far f'.r om "Bridal Rose" - ---- -- - ----- L avalke F o urth, Nebras ka C ity . gi rls· fifth and sixth grade boys · and . too much freedom. Even before he . Tim 's camp He was at least s~xty j 0 B 1 ff . . ' , 100 YARD DAS H - W o n by H aight of fifth ' and sixth g r ade. girls. ' ou_tg rew his tiny calico dresses, he but sti!J'l st~aight and aetive He M d t~ h oet stor , Gd1r:ctm3g t 12 ' DuBois·- Time 10.4 The even ts included : Acourac.y would scamper off to a down town .fis hed t rapped a nd wove b~skets / asfset h rTc :s _ra -- h r al es d <> h . Seco.n d.: Anders on, Om.aha Tech . . t B · b · h r ' ··~ o e r ammg sc oo an 1 e . throw ; distance throw; 25 y ard dash; 1 es aurant. emg a rig ll it- from supple yo.un g willows. O.n his d f th D' t . t l 1 Third· Bar nes, T.ab or 0 100 • -oO y ar d dash ,. 100 y ard d as h·, 110 ya rd tle. fellow he soon learned a a.reat gr a es e is nc s c , F ·t · "' m arket days he walked four miles "S "t W It ., D L t o u r th ·. p e.t.erson, D e w 1t d ash ; hi g h jump and broad jump. . ma ny things not included in a j.uven- to town ca rry inP' his fish in a giun- 1 oropu yf a zJ. d--- - -d-: - t' e an er POLE VAU LT- Tie f.o r first by Eg· 9 ro essor Ln r a, t r ee mg I' b e rt of B enso.n and H.uchinso n of R oy and K ennet h G r af ton , R ob ert ile curriculum. · A:ll . to 0 soon he ny s ack and r eturni.n g_ wi t h a !Dal of I -'------'-'"----1-~-L ~ <>-'1An • • • Sidney-H e igh t 10 feet 9 in c h es

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~ ·--x= r-vm:ara,- arreci;mg b t f Benson a nd JLuchinson of ne ny •s ack and returni.ng with a l.oal of s~~ne0 - Height 10 feet 9 inches Lehig h and :Harold Fisher were out-· lear.ned .t o drink whisky. The .con- g oce ·~ We always gav~ him a y . s·d r n~s. ~ Thi ·d· D a niel. I n ey stan.ding among the boys. Marjory s_tant t-easrng of d1~er.ent men de- ride t.o town if we met him waiking. COMMENCEMENT •EXERCISES F o:rth: McCleary, Plattsmouth and Anna Lehrman, Jean Vosberg a.nd veloped to an ast.omshmg degree the He was- full of interesting yarns of (Continu.ed from P age O.ne) . H HURDLES-Won Norm a Jean Hays scored high among naturally potent Miuller temper. Jim ! river life. . his attentio.n h as been .given t o teach- . 120 YARD HIG B . T' e 16 6 b t d, er t . . t"l t t ll h' b y Haight of .D u o1sthe gir1s. soon ecame a young error an as "Best fish~ng I ever h ad was down xamrng, un I a presen a is Second: Engel of Omahaim Tech. . he lost his babyish charm, something at St. Louis," he t old us one time,, "I '. time is dev.oted_J;e ~c~tio.nal edu.c~Th. d · H e y O maha Techni'cal .of a social outcast. He spent his got a new i dea on bait I t ried some I tion. Students grauuating from his n ·. . .a rv • · ALPHA •ERUDITO youth roaming along the ba.nks of · Id h d th ·tfi 1 tood . I dep.artment are teachers of vocation- I F o u r t h : W heeler, Au.burn f B ENJOYS PROGRAM the river. At this time ste~mboats l ~ ~ ee~: a; ehtca ~ 1 ~ h .~~ l a:l agriculture and h<>me economics '.SHOT P UT- W .o n by Egbert _o h· enwere still cruising up and down the 1thmet bor .ti ·th caug 1,m<>re s t"".1d in Nebraska hig h sch1Jols. \ s on-Dhtance 48 feet 10% me es Alpha Erudito,, scholarship club, • a a1 · an a ny ve ever rte . b k F t c ue 1 Missouri. carrying the bulk of tr.ade. Th ts ha t f t t .Mr. Bradford h as successfully filled S ec ond: Offen a e r. or es held its reg ul.ar meeting Monday evThese boats were -manned by sturdy, ! Tl e~''lca t tbs bgod' .unfny ~s es!· institute eng.ageme.nts in mo re than ; Thfrtl: Jurg ensm ier, Aub urn enin g, April 27, in the high sc.h ool . 1ey il ea e o 1es o . aruma s . . . . N 1 . B fearless hard drinking men a pie- 1 h , b d ed . th . . a hundred c1t1es and counties 1n e- , F ourth: S wanson, ·e n sQ.n auditorium. • ' t at s een row.n 1.n ·e river. 1 . W b T · t uresque type that seems to have • 1. h f , fi d ; h . bra~ka, K a nsas, Iowa, Indian a, S outh 440 YARD DASH- o n Y · .urnet A large abtendance enjoyed the ve . He h as ap- . of DuBois. T 1m· ' e 57 .4 . . eardh ..o em h n bmg I uman 1D a k ot a and C a liforma. fine program. Forrest Corn "picked" .n~sed with the steamboats. Jim Mui- 1 h air m t eir stomac s ut never h ' · · I . h T h · 1 ler met and admired such men as • ,, • pear ed as lectu.r er at teac e rs i nst!- 1 Secontl: Sk1nner, Oma a ec mca sever.al Hawiia n s.eilections on his gu.ithese during his impressionable 1dLd.. . . h. 1 tu~es, befo:re teachers a.nd patrons' as- 1 Third: Kap}.an., Omaha Technical t ar. Superintendent Cleme.nts. t he Life was not diull for t is 0 d man. sociations· at high school commenceh M ' k ·n H b sp.onsor, expressed the desire of sev- years. He would tell you ta'les of the river ; m:e nts· or/ lecture co.urses and in u ni- ' F-0urR t UN icWe ' b am.B urgtt f""'aJim's vi. o lent temper is his worst . . . . k d · • · MILE on y e.nse o .t eral when he asked Forrest Corn to and his life every time you pie e versity ex.tension work. I b o r - . T 1me ' ·56 6 fault. Drink makes him quarrel- h ' p h b . htet d 4. • 1 m up. expl ain just h ow he. was able to get d h b . er aps age .· ngb . nthe · Mr. Br.adford is a member of the I ~eco.nd·. O·l son., Omaha Technica1 1 ki such melodic t.ones from his instru- some an e egms 00 ng up peo- the color of these st oues u.t e Rotary Club Scho-0•l m ast ers Gl1ub· N. - . .b ' ' T h ird W ·e stb1-.ook,· Dun ar ment. Dean De1zell. combining his pie he dislikes. He is easi1y angered old man told t.h:em we·II and i·n a Ina.n- E A American Vocation al A ssocia t o a p.oint approaching insanity. . If ner that ~arrie.d convict i.o.n. · ·· · • F ourth : Dit trich. Omaha Technical keen memory with considerable. reb f ll . ... tion a.n<!.Neb raska State Teachers Assearch. very completely recounted the o.Id Si was to latme · or a owLng I have tried to show yo.u the river sociatio.n. gradiuates of Peru who have gained his y.oung offspring. to to~dle ·down people as I have seen them. Go.o d or - "Mr. Bradford is ~n educator w ith ! prominence for themselves i.n the ed- to t;hte s~.loo.n, he p~id for it here on bad they .are a live, vibrant race, en- a message, and with power to pre- BANGUET GIV EN FOR SENIORS. ucatio.nal field and other fields as earth. On one ~ccas1on he ~as forced joying lifu in a manner of their own sent his message in an interesting I (Conti.nu.ed from Page OJ.1e) well. "It takes about fifteen years,'' to. ret:eat hastily when Jim, craz_ed ·choosing. They are never dull ·or .and forceful man ner. His l ectures 'fhe Entl •Of t he R ai.n b ow ----the dean says, "for the outstanding w~th hqu~r, attempt~d to attack him prosaic. although sometimes they are abou nd with . person al i1'lustrati.o.ns 1' Pre;nitlent W . R. Pate members of a class to loom up in with a kmfe. Th:e hirecj. man mou~t- :entirely too iu.nconyentio.nal-. · These taken from '.the wealth of experience. , The second arch Qf the rainbow their careers." Florence Martin gave ed a horse and rode for help. Jim people · are an interesting stu.dy His hear e rs testify t h at he is a l ways bore the musical program for t he eva humorous reading., "Courtin' Un- saw him go and h urled an ax ~t him wherever you find them. . constr.uc.tive ih nis talk s and fully 1ening. This ,division was pastel btue: with such force that it stuck m the der difficulties." I. sad<:1'le u.ntil the man had. completed abreast the times in his t hinkink.'' Violin q.uartet __ __ Grover. Parriott. I h mlbert, and Pettit. LIBRARIANS ADD ! a fast t'.ide to to~n. ~rom t _is one Pl OMEGA Pl GIVES PROGRAM .Mr. A. J. S_todd.ard, superintendent !, Accomp anist ------ - M a rjorie Arn can easily see why Jim has few b PICTURE COLLECTION' f . d I h h d f h" (Contmu.e d from P age O.ne) of the pu 1ic schools at Provide.nee, Men's Vocal Quart e t __ Sams. P a,c· nen s. ave never ear o 1m , 'd . · Rh <l I I d · t d l. h h t• . o e s an , 1~ o e 1ve:r_: t e colfo n., Corn. and Chatelain. . 1 b t th" . s1 e ·Ieavrn.g, of course; t h e equ.at1on 1 Our librarians are taking .great urbmbgl adnyonte tsherioust~· u 1 s edts i 1 = 2, and t hen b.y mult ip1ying each Jege commencem_ent .address. Accom p.anist ____ Evalyn Gilbert . pro a y u e o -e -C:a.u ion emp .o y 1 .d h d h M St dd d f N p1;ae in am assing a large picture co.I- b th ti F h s1 e by 25 e foun t at 25 = 50. r. o ar is a .ormer ebras- Vloli.n Sofos ______ Winifred P€ttit · . y e na ves. or years w en· · h k h · b b tectio.n. Miss Petersen believes that, · h ed d k d h , Perhaps there w as a flaw tn his mat • a n, avmg een .or.n and reared i.n _ Accompanist - - - - - MarJ·or!e .Arn . . run an ,o.nd t h e ·' ema t•1cs. If so, 1t . remam . ed f or th·e N emah a c 01U11 t y. H e received his - A when available for c1rculat1on, t h ese ever eh appear of t h d . hich . warpa, , someone promptly ca1,e t e · . h" d · t• . h p r.ogram ·e an.ces w pictures photog raphs, and prmts h h 'ff d J" b ~ . '. student body to dete.rmme t is dis- ear1Y e- uca i.on In t e public schools 1 ._... t th .d f th · bow ' . t e s er1 an 1m so ered up 1.n 1 • d d t d f h ' carr1eu ·ou e l· ea o e ram will be especially useful to student ..1 H" t d . . ts t th· . t' 1crepa.ncy. a.n gra ua e. rom t e Auburn high ft to ~ -lled th thi d ch . h T . . h Jal . 1s re.pea e v1s1 o 1s ms 11 h th "d f . th t . h . Aft _ _, . . a er a s rm u. e r ar 1 1 0 teachers m t e r ammg sc• oo as . h' . h , n t e o er s1 e o e s age was sc oo· . er gr ....... uatio n he taught h" h l'l 1 welf as for various other purposes tiuti?n fi~al Y w.on im a ten mont s a square ju.St like the -0ne into which in the r.ur.al schools of Nemaha Counwas y e ' ow. Wb 1 am.o.ng the student body an.d faculty. pemtentia r.y · sentence. The , effect i the r ectangle was changed. Under ty for a few years. He lat er attend- I Stoinrm d - ---- - - - - --- - -. Rut h eee :~ Th , have illustrations of ever.y- mus t thave been wholesome. He h as the handiwork of Mr. Boellst orff and ed the Peru State Teachers College I ---- - ---- Lo.uise Sonder g~ 1 e) .now · to country · · nmsance, · . . square h avmg . · · · · J e.nk.rns, Lucille thing from fairy t ales es- ' ceased t 0 be .a pu b· . 1ic a I- Mr. Lilly t his an area gr adiuatmg w ith the class .of 19 10. ' IC al m - - - - M arJorie tate-s. This coming ·fall .t hey hope to though h~ has not given up the pleas- of 64 smalJl squares became a rectanHe wa::; elected superintende.n t at I ~oleman. M have mounted, catalogued, and ready ..ur,e of his b.ottle. . I gle h aving 65. A gain Mr. S a.i;key pro- Newman Grove., Nebraska, which \ R a mbo_w - - L. Riussel, M. Ho,lst. · for use about 1500 pictures, a 1arge ~ However. one should n.ot Judge · ceeded to prove that 64 = 65. position he held for tw-0 years. He J enk ms. L Coleman, C. Luse, R. majority of which they h ave already a. m~n w.holly. by hi~ worst f aiults., The p r ocess of m itid reading appar - t hen entered the Law C ollege Qf the Wheeler, L .. S ond eregger obtained and are working on. : Jun is qmte talented m a small way. e nt.ly needs many assista.nts. F.or to State U.niversfty of Nebraska. While A ccompamst - ----- Georgia Jorn They are also gathering an e~ten- He can do beautiful 1andscaping. His 1 aid Misses Beth Mort and Eva Kim- enrolled there he was elected superNat cups were miniature pots of sive collectio.n of books, pai:nphlet$, first home along the banks of th:e ~ sey in .t heir difficult task. for they intendent of the Havelock schools. gold and every lady found at her pictures, and any other valuable ma- 1 river was very ~harmin~. His house 1w ere the mind r_e aders, Mr. Patters.o n From the Havelock schools he went place as a f a vor a s mal1 cameo vase terial concerning Nebraska and its w.as small and ruceJy pamted. Flow- I emp.loyed !Misses Eaton, Crink, Troy- t o the Beatrice schoo'ls as superin- a nd go;lf pencils w e r e g ive n as fR· development. These volumes, as true er gardens a nd shrubs were planted , er and Ove rturff on the stage and tendent. This p.osit io.n he held wit h I vors t o :the gent le men. of many othe r library possessions, 1 around the little pUace and the whole , found it necessar.y to ask the fo.ur marked succes.s for · several yeacs. \ The red a rch was r eserved for ~ compound their v.a,lue as the year's of Jim's ti.ny claim was surrounded : class presidents to h e1p him in the D uring t he summers he a ttended Col- dance p rogram, f or t he Juniors SJlri aggregate. ! by a neat picket fence. Jim lived : 81Udi.ence. umbia, receiving the m aster's deg ree Seniors s pent the last few hours of Another phase of work in which 1here 'Until the river forced him to The two lad.ies with the magical from that u niversity. He served as 1 the evenin g in dancing.

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Profile for Peru State College Library

1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 25-26  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 25-26 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 25-26  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 25-26 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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