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PEDAGOGIAN

PE VOLUME XXVI.

NUMBER 7.

PERU, NEBRASKA, Tmj:SDAY, NOVEMB·E R 18, 1930.

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KAPPA DELTA Pl Ii .Peruvians J OY E. MORGAN AT OMAHA were g reatly interested CONDUCT CHAP,EL \in the addre;Ss of Joy E. Morgan at

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OMANANS YIELD VJf!TQRY TO PERU

MACKIE R:EMEMB"E RS PERU CALENDAR Miss Ida Mackie, who wa;; super{ Wednesday, November 19 visor of fifth and sixth grade teachthe Omaha meeting of the State Q 7 : 30 p. m. Y. M., Y. W., C. C. A. ing' in the Peru State Teach~1·s Col- , u Teachers' Convention. Mr. Morgan Thursday, November 20 leg e training school last year now 0 h --holds ai similar position in the Bowlma a University Goes Down Before National Education WeS!k Obsen·ed ~· ing 9 : 40 a. m. W. A. A, .is a g ra d u a t e .o·f P eru of th e Cl ass of S · F' Gi,een State College of Bowling upenor 1ghting Ability of the By Special Educational Program /)' 8:00 p. m .. Dramatic Club !.I 1913. He is editor of t.he Jou; .n-al of . 7 :0<rp. m. Freshman Clubs ~ Green, Ohio, writes fo part in a· letter Peru Bobcats On Friday the N ational Education Asso~iarjo.n · Monday, November 24 I.( just r e ceived b.y President Pate: . National Education Week was ap/J ".EiO'ht J.ntoeresting weeks have In a steady downpour of rain Sat and is regarded as o.ne of the great- I/ 7:00 p. m. Kappa Omfcron Phi "' I • · propriatel.y observ.ed in convoc ation ~ 7 . 00 p. m. Schol•rshi'p Club ~ passed and I am much plea::;ec1 with . urd.ay m g ht the Peru Bobcats won a est, if not .th-e g.reatest. edu. c a.tional " d · · t O h Friday, the ·exercises being in charge Hi's· Bowling Green. It is a rich and pros- 1 .ecisive v1c ory over ma a univer8 :00 p. m. Pi 'Gamma Mu oi£ Beta Mu Ch.apter .o f Kapin Delta editor of .Americ.a. address at ~ Jpero us s ection of t he c-0u.ntry. The s1ty. The Bobcats all through the 9:40 a. m. Separate Convoc,a tion j h d Pi . ·, National Society i.n Education. The Omaha ·on "Ed1uca:tion and American· /J district includes fift y square miles. g.ame s owe gre.ater abili'ly and conTuesday, November 25 1 members o!i! the fraternity we're seat- Life" w.a~ a masterly prese.ntatio.n of I/ 9 : 40 Classes meet Bowling Green has three grade tinual Y played m the Omaha terri,..,., the platform · · · .~ruerica A ·schools a junior high and a m ag.nifi- tory . ed ...,.... ..... the newly elect.e d con d'1tio.ns as t hey exist m c apt Sh memberii Qcc.upying the front row .of -""'~-~~ cemt se.nfor high build.ip.g beside the ain ·e stak played a marvelous chairs. and the part education must play inCampus Training School. The child- ga me and at all times kept the morale The !f!ollowing program was rend- their solution. H;is address was THE N. I. A. A. 1930 SEASON r.en .are transported in two la rge bus- of the team at the highest by his ered: splendidly received, nor would the es. .A bond issue of $115,000 passed j fi g hting spirit. . and. continuous heady · Is d' d di h · I di • ·u L . . by a vote elf' almost two to o.ne last ; work. - Captain_ Shestak Saturday D evot1ona , r ea mg an prayer~ au ence cease t .e1r P au:.... ts t1 · •JJ<; The co.nferenc_e teams made a won- T d h' . . b · pl aye•d his last game with *he Peru led by Gene vieve Hall Priefert. t d to th k · 1 tf . · . ues ay. . T 1s money 1s to e used ~ Violin solo-Walt z in A Major by re urne e s.pea ers Pa -~rm to , derful showmg this year. Chadron, 'for a new grade b.uilding a.nd f.or re- Bobcats. ~ he j~ a 1931 ?raduate. B L- M' Mild d H k acknowledge their .c ommendatio.n; a Vf ay.ne and Omaha p'layed every team pairs and equipment for · the oth.er In · the ltne with Cap tam Shest.ak, !l"SJ.kllll:I - - - - - re an s d pl a · · l t B K.a a Delta Pi 1ss M.embershi) Re- c ompliment rarely, pai an assocl11.rfon in .the conference. The refusal of . buildings. There are over 1000 stuy in ~ ti1e1r . as !5~me were: en PP I ! · . I Gr.co.thrns, Emil W1c1na. a nd Dan u.iremeQ.ts ____ Miss Freeda Kennedy speaker. . former Coach Fu-lmer of Kea rney to dents enrolled m the · college a nd n.r S ll h . . . q - : . . . · me wan, a stars of t e mVU1c.1b1e Mr. Morgan also atten.ded the Peru schedule the game with Peru was· r~ · d ·Kappa Del.ta Pi · During College · ".'"" ;about 2000 · chJld.ren . m h t..1-ie city sys- · Bobc"t .. 1-t.ne w 11 o w1- 11 b e grea ti y m1sse Life --------- Miss Wanna l'Ietca.llii l banquet at Omaha and spoke to the sponsible fur Kearney and Per.u not t~m. · Bowhng Gieen as a popula- next year. Babe Miller, veteran cenKap-pa Delta Pi In After Years__ P eruviv,ns gathered there of what meeting this year in a regular con- tion betw~en. 7000 and 8000. Man.y ter for P eru who is a 1931 O'raduate Miss Mary Hileman p d th · . t' d t f.erence contest. He left so heavy a .o f the children here d-0 no.t ki'low ' was un able t~ pl "Y in the last"'game of . . . h .):, . Li st i! eru an . .e associa '· Pia.no Solo----L1eb1es:tr.aumme . . .10ns ma ei , a. sc~ c dule for Coach Jari es ·t hat a game w h a t one mea.ns b Y di r t roa d s. I h aid . . ' the season beca.use -Oil' previous inM1ss Ellen Wiison : Per.u meant tn h~s life , and of nJs 1 with Peru co.uld n.ot be arranged. a VE.<ry enjoy.able sev·enty-fiv.e mJle jui'ies. Miller is classed among the The pr.ogram t.hro.ughout wag ex- . love for and loy alty to t.ryis instit ution. This .is t.be first brea k in footbi>.l"I for drive 1ru:t Sund ay af.ternoon. Much. be$t P eru centers. cel!ent;, appr.oprfate and quite gener- 1 On Fricfay, Mr. Morgan aaih-e~sed a number of years betwe-en Kear.ney of the .time we were near the Ma.u-1 Merivi.n Bruce, P eru rig.lit end ally enjoyed. The m~sical n.umbers 1jthe teachers of District No. on e at i.and Peru. Jmee ri:er. S om;, oif t he scenery al- ; p layed a.n outs.ta~ding f6·ame making were well ::;electied, delightfully rend- L ' · I Kearney b t o be C()ngratulat·ed on 1most nvals Peru · · ! many goo d games for P eru. 1 . . . d mco n. 1 ered an d very apprec1a.t1ve1y receive . l t h e·1. r srlendid coach. as well as t heir J Roscoe To1ly, the steady old war The short talks showed good prepa·rjs plc:::.:'.b team. This is the first ~onh orse, played ·his usu al h ard fighting ation lflor the short notice afforded ' · · i feren c~ tfiootball championship for : game, time after_ time_ breaking t he st udents a.nd wer: well pres.en.t ed. Kea rney cotlege. Peru extends its lj 1through t he Omaha lin e and messing F requent student directed convoca heartiest congratu:lations. up Omaha's plays. · . tion programs wo.uld prov~ of ines~ Cha dron, the figpting Eagles of the --. Earl Hurst playing his la~t game timable benefit to the sti.i.dents partic. N.ort.hwest, w.o.n the admiration of the SubstanHal Feed, Good Program, Fme with Uie Bobcats, starred for Peru, ip ati.ng as well as to .t.."'1ose who fa;ten Over 300 Attend Second Biology who.le co.nfere.nce. Coacb Trapp had SQcial Time To.g ether making the first two touchdowns. . Movie of Year in on the progra:ms. It.n ,1.,,, ,,1,m__....;.-<>,..ti "o.1.1.•• - ----· • - - · - - - - - -------1

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to develop practicany a new team, as - -, j Hu rst's 'line plunges continually did Coach Gilkeson for Peru, and The annual Father an-d Son :>an- g a.i ned ya rdage for the Bobcats. Anc.ther educational movie was prewhile Cha.d:ron was defeated ea.nly in qu et was hekL i.n the Henning build- Dua ne Sams p la yed h.is last g ame tor sented Friday evening, November 14, t.he season by the !{earney veternns, ing last 'Vednesd.ay e•vening. The Peru in last S atu:rday's bat tle with in the Colfoge Auditorium under the .they made a wonderful showing. The th B . Omaha and w as an ever pre,sent menba nquet w 3.ll se rve.cl. by e apo st auspices of t h.e biology department. Cha<lro.n-Peru game on the Peru field ace t o t he uni versity. ladies, and :the ar nm g emenl$ were Th e p rt>je\!tor :;eems to have reached was t h e · hardest battle 0~ the s:_ason. m ade by the y . M. C. A. with, the H aht~her'bs ckould hbeadwM~"rlkh s.11?d, geuthe convalescent stage, and wiH prob';!'hey are certainly to be complid r 1 . f th K" era s 1p, ac e y 11 o ins su· w.on er:ru co-operation o e 1wan. . . . , . ably recover in f.ull by the middle of mented on t he showing made by th eir . 1 b h h t Th p e1b k1ckJ.ng. and Sa.ut ters speed and December when the next show is • is c .u and t e tow.n mere an s. e s.hifti.ness ma.de .up the rest of a back1 ,1 atte.n·d~.nce was ·l arger than ~o any field t h at sp el.led d·e feat for the Om asched·u·l,e d. The £~!ms wer·e interest- team. W I . k Ch . d t k ~ a.yne, 1 e a ron, a es a1 com- F ather and Son banquet that has been h i nterest and t he he.Ip coming !rorrJ ing and 'inter.t.aining as well as edu- ers with no jockeying in m.a·king b'e!d h,ere betikire. There was a t.o:cal 1' ..an Osm. .aha ki"c ked to Pei·u. Hatcher .~. such associations wbiclt could .not well c at1"onal, and were much ·~nJ'oyed by sc h e d·U Ies. They are a Iso to . b e com- f " ... h d ed. f t fo ry · 0 be had tf!rom other sources. Miss Hile- a.II t .... ~se present. One of the ree·Is, 1. ted t h Id. p one- .un r .our p resen ' r · · ceived t h e b all and returned it 85 h ,,.., p ime n no. o.n1y on o ing er.u nine men, twent y Y. M. C. A. memman dep icted q uite clearly t e oene- "Wood wi·sdom" Wal> of technical i·n- t t b t h . yards. Peru t hen started an attack of o a 7 o 7 game, u a1so on t e1r bei·s and t·.hi"i·ty-si·x younger boy~. · h d fi t .of s uch membership w:i.ng .t e terest to t;hose study1·ng or i"nterested "11· to t k 11 fi ht ~ end run,s and line smashes which IJ""'. w1 wgness a e a comers, g D.uJ·ing the servi_ng of the dinner b h d years following cO'llege '"'"'• stlm~- fo t.he struct ure of woods. t h b ttl d b od 1 roug ht t e b a lJI to the Omah a 1 .yar Iating one to greater achievements, "O Th d H "ll ,, h eel h e a e, an yet e go o_sers. songs were sung, the success of w hich line. Peru fu m bled and Omaha re. . 1e n -a ousan 1 s s ow ow Wayne has a str.ong_ team. was u-'uee to .t he lead~i·.c: ... ip o:f Pat covered. Om a ha kicks a llhort p.u.nt. affor ding one pleasmg and prolitap ~ -~' 1th · · grazing Ian.els in the cattle and 0 h th h · th 11 d c·o.ntacts and adding greater dignity e ma _a, ~ug lJl . e ce ar, m a e I Norwoo.d. wit h Mr. Bentflord s.t the Afte r a seri e,5 of li.ne sm ashes, H urst and worth to the profession o! ed11: sheep sections ::;ho.uld be regu:la_ted in a good ,showing, playing all the teams ,piano. The song s w ere origin al com- carries t he ba ll over for · t he first cation. order that t.b.ey would not ~ecome de- in the co.nference. In t_!ie .\lev.e re raj n- I positions set to popular tunes. t ouchdown. The try ,f,or p oint is good. pleated thr.oug h t.he reseed!ng of the Jstorm they .held Peru to three . touch- I The program wa·s open eod by Elmer Scor e: P e ru 7, Omaha o. l ands to preserve them from ov·er- dow.ns. lt is hoped that Omaha may HerteJ, t oastmaster, witb a talk on Omaha kicks into t.lie Peru endg razing. · I have better facilities for t raining . community sp irit and a n approp riat e (Contin ue d On Page F our) Tw.o reels on "M:il1ion Dollar Pock- !when the school becomel) a municipal 1 poem b.y Edgar A. Guest. 'l'hjs was 1 1 . '! ets" portrayed the dama ge done by univ"ersiy. \ followed b y a wonderful t alk by the J ___ pocket gophers a.nd .the m e L!iods of Per~. .notwit.hst!mdi.nir the large ·s peaker of the evening, Attorney Wal- · To Be Given N ovember 28 As a control or e~te~mm.at1on of the goph- Jnumb er of ne:-V men, made a ~h·>w~ng ] ter Anderson o:f LinC:Oln. He g a ve a Budge t E vent ers thro~gh poi,som.~g. . • comp ~ 1-.a.ble w1tb. .f ormer ~ears, lo,sm g I short reminiscence of the .present day T.he final r eel,_ Roads 1.n Our only two games and commg; throug h situ ations ver sus those a decade ago. Two students w ere overheard dis- . N ational Parks", ::;hawed road con- without a defeat in the conference, / Following t h at he g ave a talk on t11e Christma•s Pageant to be Presented by cusssing t he approach ing pr.oduct ion s t_ructi.on i.n o~r .national ~arks and 1(foi.n-ks i o Coach Gilkeson !l.nd h.is Boy Scout movement a nd• what -effect the Training School of t he "Pied Piper of Hamelin ." One p1ct utroo scemc spots which were Bobcat s. ~The. 7 to 7 score at Wayne it is h aving up.on the pre·s ent d ay conwas inquiring in .a, very skeptica l! g.uite interesting, especia.Jly to those prevented a ~ie ~ the ~tate Corllfler- ditio.ns. .He en.ded up b.y sa.yi~ g that A pr.ogr am of unusual interest is to of voice " W ell d o you t runk it who had never seen any of these ence championsh,1p with Kearne.y. the Boy Sco.uts, a.nd other s11mla r or- being prep ared by tpe pupil$ ocf t he is n:eally going to b~ g.ood." . ' parks or scenes before. This is unfortunate fO.r then the two g anizations will be t he m eans by Training Se hool, to be presented t he Human nature bas sev eral peculiar teams woul.d have been compelled t o which world peace will be developed. week before schoo~ closes for Ch risttendencies. O.ne is t o d oubt the v alue : COA CH LORBEER meet each- other. At t he c.o nclusion of t he- a ddress, m as vacation. UNDERGOES ot'ERATION Peru made offers to p.la.y with Kear- the crowd in<1ulg ed in a .period of soThe st u,dent teachers under the 0~ a nd st arve its very own lflruitll de- I l'ived from its own efforts,and in di- J ·' ey not only during the 11chedUled cial intetrcourse, getting a cqua inted superv~sioil .of Mr. Bend'<>rd h ave col· rect antithes is, welcome with. open 1 While t~e many friends ~f Coach seaso.n last Dec-ember, but also and h aving a pl eai;ant time t og ether. Iected and: arranged a g roup of arms, aoo unquestioni ng minds an.y L~rbeer. will re~ret the necessity. of throughout this fall. However, these 'The g athering was pronounced no.t .Christmas Car ols to be g iven 1n p agand a.'.1:1 .;i.ttractions from off the cam- his h av.mg .t~ _Y 1 e~d .to an ?P:ration were aill tur.ned down. _B ut the heav.y only the · largest but one olf the best eant form. Ma ny otf these so.ng::; are pus. for appendiciti~, it IS gra~ifymg . to schedule of Kearney was an Import- Iof its kind eveir held in Peru. Such__well kow.n and m a ny will be new .to Last year whllei the opera "Mikado" J report that he IS rec~peratmg. rapid- ant factor in the refusal to play Per u. gatheringi; .are of inestimable value .to the student body. wa-s in process of prod.uction t h e q.uesa.nd has the _Pr?mrne of bemg reWe must not ce!Jsure ·t he Ante lopes the comm un ity. and mig ht p r ofitably The ensemble is to be divided into tion of its actual worthwJtilen~s was / tur~ed home wit~ th.e next week. too much for acting the part of wjs- be h eld oif.t;en er. three pie.tu r es as they are c alled. raised. Mr. Steck made a st atement He I~ the ~nly p atient lD the L~.tgen dom,, but it is sincerely hoped that The first "P icture" sh.ows the Shep t th effect that he would p ut it Hospital with Mr::;. Lorbe~r as . spe- alJ.l tJi~ t e ams of o.ur small confer ence F.ort.y y ears .ago t wenty tudent s h er<ls in t he fi elds a nd the Wisemen. a;ains: a.Qy outside .attract ion th.at cial" d~.ri.ng .the .da:y, so ·h~o;apid re- can play each. o.ther in the fafl of graduated .f irom t he P eru St ate N or- The carols to be u::;ed a r as foll ows: Peru could afford to b uy and alfiter i t co very IS easily accounted · 1.931, and .that g o.od s~ortsmanship ma!. Seven of t hose 1890 graduates, j "While Sh.eph~;ds Watch _Th~fr was ove r t he opinion of,.t he ca.mp.us / . CI b f the and g ood f~owsh1p w1H be shown out of the t welve yet -Jiving, returned Flocks by N1ght, su.ng by t hie ; unior w to t he effect that Mr. Stec k's Th.e combme d Glee u ll 0 b.y all the teams. to celebrnte .t he 1930 H omecoming. It high school. Th is is .not the weH st:: me.nt w as not an idle boast. high s c.hool are working at prese~t is inter esti.ng to note that, wit h the known tu.ne t h at every one is familiar T·: opera this year i'S at least 60 on their a1rnu al oppe r etta whlch is G. R. QUILL CLUB ORGA NIZES exceptio.n of Dr . Ashley, most of the with. " The T h ree Kings", b y g rade e nt better on m us ical v.alue to b e given Frid ay. Janu ary 9. . The The Girl R eser ve Quill club m et addresses of t he,se people are n o.t liar five: " W e Three Kings of Or ient Are'' pie r ce.t . ti" four times as much title is ''TJie Riddl·e of Is.is" a nd IS o~ November 11, 1:930, for the purp ose fro m t heir Alma Mater. These ar.e three b oys fr.om the s ixt h g rade; " O a one, I ts cos ng E . l Th b f th ""' . . d l t• ff. e mem ers 0 . e . vu' o rgamz1.11g a n e ec .mg o icers. 1 the representativ·es: Little Tow.n of Bethlehem". sixt h rnonev, a.nd f our ti.m es as many sing- gypt1an co or. . · ,. he t usic· ·ans will p arcast and t he chorus a re respondmg ! Th.e r esults of the election w ere as N ellie Moran Schneider, Manha ttan, g r ade an.cl " Let .us H aste- t o Bethle1 ers anu. .orc & r.a m . . . 1 • :;.r . .ts n.d"tion A new or- splend1d·l y and It IS t o be hoped that I foUows : edit or, Ruth Hanlon; asso- Ka nsas. h em" s ung by t h e entire g r oup .ru1 ti. . te 10 1 cipa re · 1hestr.a • . . " secret ary , Alma Hosie, p r ofess or of F rench, the stag e. t.. • • t .t stands and t h e peop I.e atten d"mg w1·1r b e P Ie a::;an t · • c1ate e d"1tor, H el en H ow.,; C™'l:S r a p1 , new or e . Th k · • I · . hf~ e wor is .oetng Eu- Kearney State Teachers College. "Picture" two shows the Manger l 1g ...,, a new v eil c urtai· n,, ~. ....0 spot / ly e ntertam.e d. . :· .Marg·uerite . . Coatney; r eporters, . fl o.dli ht l tforms and new cos- done by st udent tea ch ers under t he mce Bu rbr.1d ge, J eanne Slinker, and . J en.nie Mar dis Clark, Peru. Wher e Christ was Born. T h e songs gb ;hta d ~ade at P eru a r e /direction . .olf Mr. B.e nfor<i A more L a Vern'e Setzer. The staff immedi- / Kate Bloomin gd a:Ie, Nebraska City. are: "Aw.ay in a .Ma.n.ger,'' grad.e one; to umes oub an ' "led a cco.u.nt of .th e cas t an d t h e a tely bega.n wor k"mg on a b r1ef · p aper 1• ' J. E. Gilmore, L awyer. Hay Springs. "O Holy Child," by g r a de two; "Besome of the long n eeded a.n d eager- I, deta1 . I · (Contfuued On Page Four) chorus will app ear later. , for their hig.hrschool. Dr. Dexter Ashley, New York City. (Conti'nued On P age Four) in on t e progr ams. Miss Kenne d.y spoke briefly of t he "'b fraternity requirement s •r nr mem e rhsip, t hese consisting of high scholarship r.a.nk, required h o'u rs in educ.at ion, commendable social qua lities and interest in the pr.ofession olf ed.ucation . Miss Metcalf spok e of the . '.t d value O'.fi one's associating b imseu uring college life withi groups of ki n. g t h10' s t imu • 1us, th e d r ed sou Is, s t r es,sm

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er or .1 PERUViANS AS OUTSTANDIN G . expeced to be a doctor, a tawy . · EDUCATIONAL LEA DE R S the Athletic Section. .Earl J.ohnson, former coach of Pe. a member of some oth er of the .high. one olf the principal .tai ks er professions. Now it is almost neeT.he followin g are a few Peruvj ans ru, gave lk "Th e on " essary to have a college education .t o w ho had something to do with the of N e b r .aska, gave a ta Oils a nd Progress in Venezuela . . be a successf.ul farmer. F armi n g has success of the r egular program of t~e E t hel M. Veattie ' 99, was president irst Distr ict Association of N. S. · heretofore been thought of as a n oc- F of t h e L atin S e c t i.on . . A, of 193Q: cupation need1.ng .o.nly common sense , . h.e i .·pal former head Prolflessor H . M · G reg g ' · J oy Morgan 15, was t pr: nCJ obtained fr om one's parents or from k . _ Omah~ Grand Island a nd f t h e P sychology Departm~t of . ' spea er a c '"'' workin g on the farm for a short time. Lincoln. ~eru,, gave a p aper on "Effect ive H y -

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. ~ -t--f - ~I·t·---~-d MD~ a ph~ici~ in . 01 ili~oeilic "Th·e =esleya~ repo~s resu~ ~ ~~~: · :~~;;~~;~~~~~;~~~ ~~~~ ~~~~-~;;~~~;~-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ a total weur.,1 o - thi . y po.un s.~.- S · . " · I t h as been proveid that dry ke is ' ' urgery at 1 ew York Cit y, lt wa,; m - tryouts in d~bate. Eig ht !TI~n wer e ,..,~_,,"'>..,.;.~-~.,,.,,.~~·''-=>"'"B-"'0..a>~G&OW>~~Ul!CD"'>GSS~ better t h a n real ice in t he r efriger- tern-.s.tj~g to see t he fo ur "boys" goi.ng chosen !llor the varsity d eb ate· team. Q V atio.n oif meat. . It h as b een cle?.rly o~er_ 1ts- ,o!cl l andmi>.rks :rnd l'.-5 Wesleyan is ·also starting gra de ~ s'-,~w n th'.\.t the sat uratjon of meat a·nd cnnnges. 'I he g r o.tip assur ed then· sch ool orche~tra and a hi;-h school ;:i · ~ fi sh with carbon dio xide reduces the Ifr~en d\3 the.y would be b ack i.n an- orc.hestr.a,. It is to be clircc ted Dy tl r:>.te of g1·owth of ma.n.y .ordi.nar! bac- -otner fou r years to cttend ~ne tif- st.udent teachers. N ear m: a1:d .n,::' r er I<? teria. t.ieth ;:nnive:rsary of .their attendance to t h at goal predicted by p r O!?" ressi v e ! j T he h 1". d ling of pork., fish, p oult ry, h ere. m mdc teachers,' whe.n e v ery d.d d wi11 mi lk bu tter che,e se, eggs and vari ous b e ta~: gl-.t t o p lay an ins ~rumen~, 2 :; : l fatt; materials h as been ca rr.i ed1 .o ut Presidc.nt Martin, of Kearney State a p art of his ordin ary sc hcoling . ~ o.n a commerci al s~al e with ".dry ice" / T eachei Coll€,ge, h as been appoint - ; , _ __ I~ with gi·eat sat isf aCtjon to the consum- , ed b y Gover.nor Weaver t o :i~t as ai ' "'Crime on, be a sport." "The Broa d - ~ t..:. e :r.. member of the N ebrnska Advisory caster in an e.ditor.ial, i"u"rni:>hes us ~ The !idle of cub r.os·ebuds is pro- · Committee .on Illiteracy. This .:;om- wi th the obvi ous but ·seldom thoughtl.onged ·several d P. ys if they are satur- 1mittee,. _wit h . ~th.ers. ~.ppointed over of id·ea th at this phrase is u;;.u.<1,]Jy asFOR a'. ed wi th '',dry ice ." ! t he United Sta t·es., WJIJ act 1: n<ler the s ociated v.r:ifrr some u nsportsmanlike ~ E xp osur e of cut beef to co.ncentra- I Sccre~ar; of «·he Interior as :i na rional enterprise, so is incorrect in jts in- ~ IJ ti on of carbon diox ide is almost a commi ttee. The N ebraska committee :ference. : sm:e test for .its age. Fre,s.h, chilled., has been cbos.e,n- fo an atteJiipt io DOWN come silk prices--up jumps the value of y our ~ beef rem?.ins .t1.nclumge.d by the g as, pl ace Nebri>.ska at t h e top of the list. The N.01,th High "Star''. Omaha. h a s ~ I · t o.ta 1 p er - , a n ovel -dep artment, "Our hosiery buying dollar_ ___ Kays er's new dollar full- fashionIii bu.t i!f it h as been held for some time ' I t .now r ain k s secon d 111 are.nts /l of illit erates but eleventh in Speak," w h ere a s h ort -m · terv1ew · b.y tf)) ed hose are marvelous for that low price. l'n t wo weigh t s rt in storege b ef ore exposure, a b rown IJ centao·e "' · · · 1 C'.llor d ev<elops to replace the h ealthy perce ntage .of native white illiteracy. the p arent of some student is given, - - sheer and semi-service. In the n e w fall sha.des. E v ery 5 l'ed of the fresh. cut. /'1:hE• per centage accor.ding to the 1920 also a pict ure of.,!he parent. /\ p ai r with the flattering "Slendo" He.e l. ~ The first pound of this miraculous cens us sh ow 1.4 per cent of the total I./ refriger atino- compound " ;as sold in I p op.ulatfan of the state illit.erate, or A li ttle boy in t!{e fourth grad~ at ? 1925. In lg29 the production was 12,972 illiterates of votiJ1 g ag e. R oseland has an a,rticle i.n "The Rose- ~ 0 15. 000 to.ns, and the sales are expected land Rambler", "What Can I Do F or B · NEBRASKA CITY NEBRASKA 1_11 t his ·~~~ a nd' agei· it .has become World P e ace,'' i.n which he l'.dvises ~ to increase double the amou.Ht fo r ' ~ 1930. There are eighteen pla nts in vei Y necess-.1 Y fol mos~ every one to children to keep tllrom quanelling., to/ =~..,,..."'>-~o:m~~

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_to l;un, but it may r eq.t1ir<:! the I.not vitall y interested i.n th.e teachin g 1m g-en'.1-ity of a well t r ain ed mecha.nic l pro gr~m, as in teac hing people t o to adJUS~ t h.e mec h irn is m so t h at t he help th em eselves when t.h ey are n o RIGHT - A - 'WAY W.hat longe r classed a:i students. 1 moto r wi ll fu~1 ction properly. SHOE SHOP w c.uld become of t he schools of to lVIy one r eg r et was my in ability to M. C. MEDLEY The Home Economics ooctions were · ' t h t h <l d d , , m on ow if t h ese ,self-sty led mod er.n at.tend all of the sessions w.hich h ad . . · I wt · e every a.y em an · s on r.l e r e f armers were g ive.n full possession programs of interest to eveq•on!'!. I:f ~-<:::> -"'>~-<::::,.-<::::,. .he.Id in the au.d1t orrnm .of Bancroft college girl. ~~~<::::.. <::::..~~ s chool. · D, z , S h . / a nd free sway a.nd gjven the li bertv .one had been ab'le .to h elp one's self 1. 01.a • c aupp, assist ant profes- to elim'n at . t _,_ . • It · . . I(IJ! BEAUTY SHOP f h' J h U . . I e . e1,;.11111cal grammar an.d ·o rns p 1ra t1on, I am quite s.ure that Miss Mary Mason an d Mrs. Edn a sor o P 1 osop y, n1vers1ty of Ne· ·h t .· . -t . : I ' 1 0 /', b. I d l f f .I e one, sys emat1c L ati n, oraa.nized It 1·e ma h a meeting wou ld have 0 }) W e · aim to please. \f B. Snyder, of N ebrask a State .univer- 1 ~w.s {~, e~ td~e.id·.y ·1orce. ·ull!b' WhJ.t.h ~e history, log ica l a1~d acc urate mathe - !proved Itself of unusual n~erit. Per'./ Ph one 223 . 1 /', s1't y, spore on "S election of E quip- po . t e1 t ' a.nt 1n ll1v1 ua gain s .y 1s· """'- m at· e 1cs, pure sciences, a.nd others? i1rnps t h e mo,st outstan.clin g number· in Janet Maloney, Prop \{i m ent for F_Iome and School." . Miss f,1: g Ibo.~ tho all tnh.recessahrl~fadJ~istments MT.h at would become of mo dern sci.e nce my mi.n.d as I write, is the t alk give·~ / ·. 1om 1r , a . oug 1 e's encountd · .· '. b M · ' .,-.c::::::,.11<Z-<:::::,...,..,<::::..m!!t~-~"""'<::::..fl!Sa Mas o.o suggested that .t he se1ect10n .o f ers, a nd the p sycho log.y o\£ suc.h fail - Han Jnve.ntwn:i w1t.h.ou,t m atJ1ema cics? j y r. 'i'V.ard, which was sec o.n<l only ~~~~~~~§~~~~~~~~;; h · · ow many mach.i nes wo.11ld funccion · to th at1 Ml'. Morga.n. Then too ~ ~~ <::::..~~ I equ1pme.nt s ou1d be t.he ,student's u1--es. 1 " • • I ' • !: pro blem. The teacher m akes an inA roun d t ab le discussion in t he Uni- i to . the1 r h air-li ke precision'' if there ' ;,!1er e is a warm feeling that lingers' P ATTERSON CHEVROLE f ~ vent or.y . of e aui' pme'nt , dJ'sca rds t.h e vers1·'t y an d C o11 e.ge d eans ~e cQ.ou . were Who , would Ipro.und t h e he art when .. .n.o mathematics? . . . I review •·,he • GARAGE • fo lio· " ' ed h' h ted d w11te the future h1st-0 ry so t n a-t it 1 er u lurn!h e on, w ith 1ts att.e•ndance worn ou.t pieces, then asks se.Jf, "Do " , w 1c ceme.n a ·e eper . . I I d h fi· i'ei•dshi' cl · "t f 'fi d _w , could be understood 1f the study of .of t 10se who w er e stu,dents years ago Winter Anti-Freezen, Pi·es- \f/l th ne·e I t dis. n ew equipmen.t?" Then . ·• p an spin .. . 1s . · abolished 1m ing • •1. . l\i' Io . uniD e <>nort. . giam:imr an d r.hetonc in.g WJth those who· are very' 1 IJ to.ne, Glycerine, Pyi·o Alcohol. e c ass 1scusses the vario us pos:i1~rs. m ce unnm g 1f . ' . th.e professi.on, and I bl t ·" ' .... _ d rom ou r .h ig h'' schooLs? The J'azz a11:e In, ew an d yo un g 111 e ypes Cur trnt: nee ed equipmimt Pb 20 one , ll h' h . h as see,n its hey d a."" and now the ', l ll bound togeth er 111 the one l! r eat ~ \{ w. 1c 1s on _marlrnt, considering the . , 1.-,<::::,. <::::,.cm.<::::,.~~~..J. dur ab ility, conservation o~ en e:rg·y, The nursery school movement .h as peo~le .are re achin.g for the sublime; Jlove they b ear th ej r Alma Mater. I efficiency, price, care .necessary for gathered consider able mome~tum i.n . loftier 1?ea ls .and hig h er- morals. W.hy J know tb.at m:i.ny ~1 eart.s wer e made -°'"-~......,-~"-..,......,_ JI the piece, etc. When possi.bJ.e, the the last few years. Th.is school pro- ! sh.ould_n t t~e schools . k:ep abre ast . gb~, t~ a.nee aga m h ave• tJie opporO d f class should g.o down to t he store an.d vides plenty otfl physica1 appari•.tus ' t h ~he t imes b~ st:nvmg for the I tun.i t.y to cl asp the h an<l of Mr. Uver~ r er rom ~ , make seloction considerin.g the p oints fo r tiny children. As .a result of .t his Id ef! I 1 ~ste•ad .qf .yieldmg to .th·e spec- j h o.It who h as a gTeat lo ve 'ib r every.BROWN'S EAT SHOP broug ht out in th.e class period. Miss 1lact, the use of t.he 1arge apparatus !.t acu lar · I thing PERUVIAN. May he be spar ed }, I Mason stre~d the correctness of is increasi.ng in kinder.g a rten and pri- J T he co,nvention closed \Vith a n ote ~ 0 r many years to ex.tend t h e greet\{ '"A Tasty Bite Served Right." ~ / eq uipment i.n the home from the aes- mary. grades. It is a n int·eresting and /·0 f this h igher ideali$m · by the last ~ngs of Omaha to the .:i.nnu al meetPbolne 63 Night Deliveries theic view point. It is very tiring re assu rin g ·f act t h at little children, if sp eaker on the program. He touched mgs of t he Peru Alum ni. ~ / to a h ouse.wife to g o int.a a kitchen .not enticed by older ones, .never yo the ke!-.note of the co n vention when Grace Petersen ~~~~<::::,.Qm<::::,. / w here there h.as been no thou ght .of beyond their ab ility and do not hu rt , h e <lehvered a far-re ac h ing a n.cl mas· -co1or a.nd arran goeme nt of the eq.uip- themselves / terfuJ ad.dress. The fast speaker re- I Tl N b k Sta te T h A · 1 ~~-~-'0-· ft t d . . ' !·e e r as a eac er,s sso~ - '->~ I m:nt, 0 .r to o-i:ie which is suppli.ed Thi!J tal k was made by Mary Dab- : t e~ .; muc 11 credi~ to. huuself and ciati.on of 1930 was especially we.J I ~ J w it h nois.y eq.mp.ment, and perhaps Ln- n ey D avi$, D epartment of Interior, I h . yp.e of e~uc.ation . 111 demand to- p if..n,ned to bring us a b a!.~mce of ofadequate and tune consu;ming tools. W ashin gton, D. C. d~y, .not .o.nl.y rn Amenca; but a ll ov- fedngs, pr.otllessi on al, insp irational, . Mortician Q The mother sh ou ld plan t:li.,e equip- I Gar.d. e 1 th~ worl~. H e n ot onl y h ad a good and r ecreational. .T o me th.e .high O; me nt to the proper weight and at the : pract.ical tneory of ed.ucatio.n, but a points of t he sessio.ns were t he Jec)1, ~· A ~1BUI , ANCE SERVICE aH , proper· . h e1'ght . I: . Henry Tur.ner V · a nd_ Iocati o.n t o give ! g.enume wh.olesome •l)hilosor)h Y of t ur es by Joy M.o r ga n, 1 9 A t h e ch1J,dre n a.n .opportu.nity to work Among the most enjoy able featu r es .~ife . . N o ao ubt '. m any teache.n; left B aHy. De an L. I. P ec hstein and Dr. :!,_,~ <:::>a12"""am.c::::::,..=~~~ i,n the kitchen. It is impo rtant that of ili~ r ece.nt meeting of the .L incoln rnsp.ired by t h e ideals set fo1,th j n the Charl·es H. Jud d. c ons umers have better dema nds and district Cjfl the Nebrask a :State• T each- . cl osrn g a ddre,ss of t h e conve~t.ion. It was a J. oy to J.ook over the er.ow.cl . C. A. duck. so well .d resses, well poised an d aJ.ert1make w iser selections of kitchen ers Associatio n were th e• programi; o.f' i ~c:aa<::::,.&1>t<::::,.~""'9 . !J m . eq.lupme nt . v ocal music. [ly h appy they were•. Few ar e left V 'It Pays to Look '\Veil" 8 · f rom t I1e · One of the best sessions a t the 1of t h e "old maid sch ool ma'am" type Mrs. S.'J.yder spoke c~ her r esearch · A c h orus of 8 00 v.oices Try our Shampoo for dan- (/ work w.hich h as b een .done on the Li ncoln junior .and se.nior hi g h ~choo l s Lincoln meeting was t h at held by th e of wo m an or t h e "Icha bod Cra n e" droff and falling hair. We use eff ici ency of the kerocene st.av;;. T l':e .g ave a half-hou r's concert \r- cludin g coll ege section at whic h R ufus B. von type of school man. And there was a soft water. ~ J b ulletin wi:U be sent to anyone in ~ er - a w:ide variety of numbersi t h e 'l'h.u rs- Klein Smid,. pre,sidcnt of the U.n iver- professiona l attitude .noticeable. R I CE & THOMAS ested by writing to th.e . Experi,meff~ r! l d :>,y ev e ,i ing of tbe co.nventjo.n. Their sity of S.c.uthern Califor nia, spoke. i Promptness in enterin g the lectures /l / S ervice of Ne br::!ska State Uni ve rsity . w.o r k was a.n outstanding example of In his add r ess up on th e- subjt?ct and courtesy .i n remaining t-0 the end ~<::::..-~ I' The circufar is 41 "Kerose.ne Stoves". wh ~ ': ca•n be d.on·e wi.tJ1 large gro ups " The P rofessio.nal T e.acher" D r . voJ1 was th e order th.is year. On Satu rdRy ~~~~===~~~~===::=:~==~=~~ She is .now doing experime.ntal work in public scho ol m usj-t. Several qf K}ein f- mi<l di scussed some th ings mo1·.n i.11 g, the last d ay of t h e session, ~ on w af;hi.ng inachines. numbers v:·e 1·~ t.h ~ t r hould b e do.ne i.n or.der that t h e auditorium was crowded a-lth o the 1thei inost s u ccessf u,l ~ ~-<::::,.~<::::,.-<::::,.~~ Mrs. D a·isy Kilgore of Lincoln, I·sung with.o~t accompanime nt. . t Eachers m.i gh~ build .up a pro:ft>i>~ion . su.n ny ai r out side ~llu recl an.d shop KlNG'S BARBER SHOP }l \ spoke on "The Social and Family Re- f The r:ussia.n .Cossack ch~i us of compR r ?. bl e w1tJ1 the professio.n bu Ht \ wtndows were t emptrn g . And for me ~ \f lationships." She spoke of the im- twel~~ ~ighly _tra~ noo m a:e vOices s~ng , up by l awy.e rs and d octors. ln th.e ! there wereo weJcom.ing faces of forn~Your Patronage por tance which is begin.ning to be : a stnkrng p1 ogr.am, Frid.ay e~em.n.g. course of h1 s a ddTess h e stJ·esse.d the• Ier students ·ever ywhe r.e. Surely i t Apprecia ted ~ J pl:::ced on th.e moral educ atio.n. but . Faculty members and. . aim um who following po ints. w as .a h eart warmin g time. Below l...oyaJ Pnar macy j / said th at the fie ld is so new that jt j h eard this gro up w.hen it a:peared at i 1. The sta ndards and r equireme.nt,<> Tear ~ ( is almost impossible to lay d.ow.n rul es ; ~ei:u soi:ne two years a~o, 1eport th a.t . fo r teachers must be r ais ed a.nd the ' 0 11 agitation tr.or hig h er stand ards .s hould ~~-<::::.. ~ms<::::,. for .d. ealing w ith the subJ"ect. S.he . it n.as improv.ed ~ns~d..erl ab lyoffeup.ed My t rip to an d my p art icipation in 1 h h 1t t 1 t l1 fi 1 ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;, ·1 said persona1it"" developmen t is lar.ge- rt e ne conce•i w ic en 1 H k · ·\ come from the teach,ers i·at her than t he p r ogram of the education al asso• 1 .. n ~ n Hn~ -l'n~ ~h. n ;~ ,1; "; ,i,,nn C:'h o 1 eC .f r om other interested Q:rO UJ'.)S. A

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The prof~:iio.n shoul<l !:Je made .none th.e less to ot:he r s. I Jiad the Price and Service ' ; d o.ne. well attended a nd very cred!t?.bly more attractive tftor men. . 1 p leas:ure o!fl speaking at the McCook ~ PHONE 193 I At the Co1·,nh.usker hotel there was carried o.ut. From all in.dicatio.ns t.ne / 4. Steps sh ould be t a ken to brmo- ' m eet m g an d while t.h ere met more """'-~~.._~.,_~<:::>-<:::> a mi~iature .health <l.e p.artment set up, / atte.ndance was larger tha.n ever be- about longer p eriods of service th a n a d oz.en for~1er Pei~uvians and at showing how health rnspections a re , fore a nd th'.l,se in .att:md:?.nce . rl·is- teachers. If the r ate of cha.n!!e or .no?.n Thu,1 sday dmed w ith and ;;poke I carried o.n in the Lincoln public _)layed ·a very k ee1n interest. A gen- ' th.e t urnover among iawve1·s an<l doc- ' b11cofly befoi·e t h e McCook K.iw ani;:; 1 ""'~~~~~~ · A ~ ,· sr hools • · era1 survey of the convention wouJd I tors were ·as great as - tJ1at among i, club · J . W. T.yl·e r V Soft water shampoo 35c ~J Brackney reveal that the meetings were a ;:mc· teachers a.n ' in.t;olerable situ ation jl Hair cut 35c cess. would soon be upo.n us. . j The musical. programs by the variF~r an~o~·e interested: i~ teac hi.ng JOI~ES. , The most real enjo.yment of the · ous Omaha high schools were of an , or m trammg teachers this adrlr~ss Medrnm- Ah, I hear the knockNext to Gai;Jes Hall on the ~ :~nvent!on came to me throug. h vis- · excep.tional .hi.gh typ~. The theory had a · strong appeal ~ince it co vered I i.ng of you,r late, wife !" pavement it1?g with P eru graduates a n.d other 1 that it takes 1.11.s.truments to bn~g , w.ha~ ~eems_ to_ be the important prob- ' Pati:on- 'Th~~ so? Who's she -~~--~-~--~~ friends. It is gratifying to observe · ab.out p·e rfect time· and harmon y· m lems 111 b.mlcling up a teaching· pro- knocking now? the tendency of the younger tea.:Jiers ' music was djscr_e dited by the perfect fessio.n. I to look upon the convention as a time and harmony by the Omaha Kronenber g INTERE ST P E DAGOGY ""'" ~<:::::,..e!lB<:::::,..llOla'-::> , ;::::,..._.~ means _.rnfl helping them to cont.riJ:>ute ' Hi~h Sch~ol Glee clubs in presentin~ . The elements of instruction ~ho.uld A. E: Johnson, D. D. S. to the teaching pr.ofession rather than , their musical programs: The n.nt1- Was it due_to the sun.ny skies, the j be present ed to the mind i.n childas a time "to get away from work, to- : !lhonal d10rus w as superb. Some col- ; happy spiri1J .of those in attend a.nce, hood, bu.t not with any compulsion ; X ray Service shop an.cl go to shows." Doctor Judd leig e choruses mig ht do themseives .the utter informality of the Peru for a freeman sh ould b e a fr eema n Phone 36 ~ of the Un.iversity of Chicago an.cl J.oy · credit to appr.oach the typ-e and q.u al- LUJlcheo.n,, o r t.he fact that I .!Im be- t oo in .the acquisition of kn.owle·dge. ~ . E. M-0rgan, editor of the J.ourn a.J oifl , i t:; of music prese.nte.d by these high Coming bett~·r acquainted with the,, Kn owledge which is acquired .under -~~~=oi<:::>&m<:::>tm0 N. E. A., gave the most inspiring and : school people. personnel of the Nebraska State compu ls io n h as .no h old on the mind. thought provoking addresses. ' One! A number of interesting a.dd.resses Teachers' Association? Whatever it Therefore, do not use compulsion, but -~-c::::::,.~~....._;,,..._<0-_ staitement from Morgan which caused / :vere given by some of. the o~tstand- was, I clid feel th at .the meeting this I let e11.r'ly educat.i~n rat her be a sort A a g.o.o d deail of comme.nt was " I .do · mg educators of Ame•nca. Like ev- year wa s the best I h ave attended of a1n.usemen t ; this will better enabl e !f Store Saveyour depreciation risk. V )) .not know one psychologist who thinks I er_yw.he:,e else: "Th ' · · '- st ate; t Jiat, Js '.t ' 'j .y.ou t~ find out the natural bent of car at and HALLEN'. ·e, poor are ·a1w~ys smce co,rmng ~o t.~e the so c alled intelligence tests , ' test in- \ w1t:h us . This mig ht a ls o be a.ppJ1ed h ad more of mterest to one wno is the ch1ld.- Plaito. BECK'S and be safe. ~ telligence." Morgan believes that 1 to a few of the speakers. Although Ha1Jenbeck's Garaj!e teacheTs sho.uJd be emplo.yed o.n a bas- j the J'1umber .o f this particular clas.s ..~ Phone 67 is of "what you can <l.o" and' "what vvas very ,small, some- rather perm- ;ii & you are" rather than on "what ide- c.ious propaganda was proclaimed by !f ~~-<:::>-.<:::>-~~-<:::> . dree do you have." ../ a speaker who evide•ntly was attempt1 The convention was a.n inspiratio n i.ng to m a:ke a g r and-stand play by ~ ~~<:::>~-"'>-'1;' and gives one c.ourage to continue to pres_entir1g the spectacular. W.hile ~ COAL ~ t each, that "the teacher is the most criticisms are al"".ays in. order w~e.n ~ PLUMBIN~, HEATING and . ELECTRICAL W.ORK I/ important member of society" and g iven at the appo)llted time and with ft ~ p AINT "that theTe is no vocation more im- a motive of co.nstTuction, but when !0""7 ~-~QB~~ ~~.....~-~-~-<..:::> ·.;:::,.e!1!<::::,.1m2 ~ portant than .teaching. the criticjsm is of a. dest~·uctive nail LUMBER s. L. Cleme.nts, Supt. ture with nothing. g1v~ ln pl~ce of ·~ \( JI it to correct the 1magm.ary eVJI, the ROOFING C.( The most inspirational meeting in criticism h ad better be u·n:iaid. Some BETTER HARDWARE ~ 1 my experience of several years of .o f the tenets an d philosophies set PERU LUMBER CO. ~ ! convention attendance, occured at forth are evidently only personal A RA L M Ellen Smith hall, Friday,. October 31, opinions of the speake. rs_ .w.hich have J\ GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS \f W. J. BE , gr, ~ 'I A Ph p N b , where the Deans of Women and Ad- neither proof .nor scientific conclu- ~!l II one 48 eru, e r. 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PERU PEDAGOGIAN ishe d materials, a c companied by a - LOST: Reward .offered !for f o.un- sm all .ne ig h b or friend, recently went OMAHA YIELDS TO PERU PHILOMATHEANS HOLD EVERETTS TO GET NEW PINS tain pen lost Friday, November 7} at t o t he co untry for a kitten which had (Continued Fr<>m Page 6ne INTERESTING MEETING The E verett Literary society held I Trainer's buit.dling or near Hill store. b e en given to her. The donor put zo.ne and the b aH is brought out to their t' egular meeting in the Little A green Parker pen with my name t h e tiny animal i nto a .pape r the ~et­ Regular ,meeting of the Philomath- the 20 yard line. Theatre, Novemb er 13, at eig-ht ean literary society was he.ld Thurscarved on it.- Pho.ne Blankenship tei: to p r o t ect t he children aga?15t Second Quarter o'clock. th Ul·mal's claws. O n her arrival Miss Sadie Crfok day evening, No v·ember 13, in the a she s aid to h.er moth e r,," ,,. W e _..Peru fa ils to make downs. Oma:ha ,home Dues were discussed a nd the presi- assembly room of the training schoo l. dent asked tha.t t.hey be p aid as soo.n A very interesting program ,was pre- attempts to kick but .t he kick is block- RAW OR FINIS,HED MATERIALS. b roug ht the k itty in a bag par.t of A small faculty <laughter. from a the w ay, t he n w e took it off and as possible. Those p aying dues will se nted by a group led by Fern Sch- ed by Sautter. P eru's ball on the 15 midt. T.he firsC sel ection was a violin yard lin e. Hurst after a series of home wherein there is no doubt m u.ch just brought her r aw the rest of the h a ve their pictures in the P eruvia n. solo b.y Mildred Hanks, accompanied . · .th e b a11 over the talk o n the matter of raw or unfm- · way ." 1me p 1.un ge,s carries . d h ti / · . · A mo t 10.n was m a e t at 1e iJres· b.y W a nna Metcalf. Geralpme Rusident appoint a committee to decide sell gave .a.n .i nt.e·r esting t alk o.n short , g~al fol' th~ se~on<l touchdown. T.he - - ~_..q__,~-~~~~ ~ stori es~ no vels an!d p lays.' Evalyn kick fur l \ int is g.o.o d. ~::- -<:::J~~ ~ o.n getting new pins for t.he club. Gilbert then rendered: .a vocalJ.. solo Score: Peru ·14, Omaha 0. ~. . Slip ,i.Qt G a The program for the evening con-. entitled "When· Twilig ht Comes," be.Third Quarter sisted of re.a dtngs by Babe N ewman in.g accomp anied at the piano by Omah a kicked .to Peru. Brue~ re- II a nd s axaphone solos by Ralph Mc- K atheri.ne Burgman. tur.ned th·e b all 25 yards, and into the I,/8 Clane. j During the busin·e ss part of the evi eni.ng a lar g·e number of new mem- Omaha territory. Peru .kicked on the ~ MUSIC PROGRAM hers were voted jn. Those elected to first down. Omaha kicked to Pe.r u . I (Continued From Page One membership consisted df t h e f o llow- P eru kicked to (Jmaha ~ y ard 1i.ne. I,! IIII sid e Thy Manger .Here I S tand," grade h · · ·I b I/ in g st udents, w. ose i.mtiation Wll e Oma.ha attempted to kick but the bail ~ three "W·e Hail T.hee with Rejoic- he1d Decemb er 11: Helen Hall, Phy l• ! ing," g ra.de 'tflo ur; "Sleep Dear J esus,'' lis P ape z, Louisa Cemor e, Georgi.a was bloc ked and the . baU was c aught ; CLEVELAND ~ S a solo s ung by Leona Hudso.n. "It J orn, Marj.o rie Young, Florence Mar- by Da.n McS wan, playing l eft tackle : Came .upon a Midnight Clear"; t he tin, Hollis Hutchinso.n, Ruth Adams, who d ashed acr-0ss t h e goal for a . entire gr,oup. Harriett A.nn Ki ngsolver. Iven New- third triuchdow n. The try for point ~ "Picture" .three r epr esents "Any t·on, R u.t i1 W h ee1er, D.o ns · v ance, Liora r I llI was g.ood. 1 Ou.r Toy Display W ill ' Home at the Present Time."' Thls Majors, ~ Emily · PeterS-O n,_ Dorothy \f ' . b egun w1"th "D ec k- t h e. 1c:ret a11s ' B re.nne r, Kenneth Lilly, and Hele.n Score: P.eru 21, Omaha (). se<•t 1.ng is ;a Soon Be Out with Bou.ghs of Ho.l ly" sung by t.he Gilbert. Fourth ,Qu·arter ~ il' junior .high sc hool made up of t he l n t he fou rth quarter the two teams followin g members: Dorothy BurWRITER'S CLUB • · 1 ba tt1·ed back and tflorth i.n the Om.aha ~ bridge, Eunice Sch.wedhelm, Grant The Writer's club held its regular 1' terri tory, .neit her team see;m.i.ng to 11 City, Nebrask a · ~<KiO:I~ .<:::::> Hosterm a.n, Harold Webb, P ercy Lea- meetin g .on Thursd ay, November 13. h ave an advantage over the other. ~~_,..""" h~ John Rail~ac~ fill en Applega t~ a t M~s GMce T ea~s aparlm~t Many sub~iWtions were made · by ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ru t h Able, Elmon V evkk, Kenne t h T his meeting proved to be one of , b.oth t eams. · i ""~~~~.<:::::> Kelso, Lawrence Anderson, Herbert the most succ·e ssful as yet held. OrScore: P eru 21, Om a ha. o. i~ Golden, Elza Kizer, Mary Sh.irJey iginal pieces of work were present ed Peru Omaha <{ '''('/ ffolch, Mary J.a ne' Cook, Hazel Adams, by fou r members of the club. Poems Wicina ________ LE ________ Arthur 1 Fancy,..Cookies, per lb. ----- ------- ------ ---------- 25c Helen Marg m·et Larso.n, Bet h Whit- wer e giv en by Helen HaU a.n.d Lorene · McSwan _______ LT : __ __ _: ____ Sales 11 Coffee, per lb. ---------------- - ------------------ 25c well, P au l Ad ams, Louise Mclnin d 1, MoQtha rt. A pantomime was present- ! Tolly - ~-------- LG ------Hoover ~ Get S ala d Dressing ---------------'-------·--- ~----- 39c Elizabeth S1u,ltzb ?. ug h, Lilli an Mein- ed by Betty Panc ake, also a story by j Brundig e -------- c_ _____ __ H atcher ~ Choice Steak per lb. - ----- -~_: __________ _ ______ 30c inch, Shirley Tur.ner, Opal Cowe ll, E thel Koser. Groothius _____ RT __ ___ .:. ___ Barber ~ Choice R oast, per lb . .:_ _________ __ _ _____ ___ ____ ____ _ 23c Gladys Med.l ey, Marjorie Cotttney, The cJ.ub received · th eir pins,. and Shestak (C) __ RG Hanks Medium Siz.e Tomatoes, · per c a n --- ---- - ----- -- - ---- -l Oc Mildred W illiams, R oland Cowe ll, are n.ow ca·!Jed the S cribblers. Bruce --------- RE - -------- Frye II 6 Boxe:; Match es 20c H arold Sherm an, Dwight Grover, Delici ous n!llre.shme.nt:s were served. , H~tcher. ------- QB-- ---- - --- Huff \f Fresh Oy~ters, Ccl~;;~c;~t,~;;i;s~--E-;;r-;thi~;-i~-S~ason R aymond Rowen, Dorothy An.n Coat- ---Mi llhollin ----- LH - ---- -----Ha ll n ey, Lucille Haz.e.lto.n, Wilma McMaARTCRAFT Sautter - ------- RH--- - Streitwieser ~ hon, A lfoe DeVore, Florence SultzThe Artcraft club h eld ai special I Hurst --------- FB_; ____ Longmeyer Phone 115 - 114 Nebrask a /\ baug·h. meetin g on Thu 1:sd ay, N ovember rn, Offici als: Adams, White, ·and Noble. !/ Th e Z 1. 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T.he f urnished by Georgia Jorn. :>~ follow ing girls h ad p a rts in the p lay: In the p rologue the ma n age;r of ' _,.,, E vely n McKea.n, Lora Majors, H elen t he book storp, played by Kenneth Gilbert, Edna Ma.y strick, Phyllis P aKel1>oe, is co.nf ront ed with the prob. ~ p ez, Marie K r empp, Virginia Klim a, lem of ar-0usi.n,g' p.ublic interest in his ~ ~ H a rriet t Ki ngsolver, Blanch e Zajicek, books. With t he aid· of bis wife, p o r ~ and Lula N iemeyer. trayed hy Opal Cow e[l, a.nd h.is --111S11i qf"' Evelyn McKean reviewed t h e b ook daughter, Lucille H azelton, t tie m a nj "Teach.e.i·s are People" by Church. ager hits Th" . p eruv1a . n Bo b , f ami.1rnr . 1y m . con f erence µts .1 h e t re k s h ome t o · Th e h eart ies " t co.n g r a tu.l a ti" ons t·o h i"m T he. books. co.ncerns ex . h ' up.on t he pl an .dof ~rnving · " is is h f a . tea c.her's Sh 1 1. li ve c ildren costume an pl ~y the k.now.n on Peru St a t e Teachers Col- 1 his w i.nter lair f~r a w ell earn e<l r e-..>t. for his victories, and the b est w ishes p e1.11·ienhces 11~ e r phro eshs w n a i.ne. e p arts of c.ha r aeters in these books. . . . . t e s t em m sue umerous m a nleg e ca mpus, as well as amon.g P eru- H owever, h e tur ns m w ith a w1stf.u l for futu re successe•3 fr<;> m every t r ue h , h 1 ... At the op . erun g of the play p 1oper vi·a.ns f a r a n d w i"d e, a nd recog m.ze d f a r seeking look . ii} .his keen eye as Peruvi·an. n er t a t on e cant e -p u-ut sympa· we fi n d two customers e nt.eri.n g t he J b.y athletic foes -everyw he•r e as a t h ough seeking , e_ven now, new fields t.hi zi.'1g wit h b oth he r a nd her p upils. book st ore, Ml·s. Horn, played l: y worthy a ntag onist. Again, unde fe a t ed to explore and .riew foes t o conquer. The story is told in diary form of Mary Shirtey H.olch, .a nd Mrs. Speck, j . i d.ay t o d ay h ?.ppe1!1ings. portrayed by AHce De V ore. The ., _ .. . . . . _ A stor y of a . polit ician, "J oseph sal es-lady, Mary Jane Cooke, t o show JOINT BANQUET ·. ; =:-~-~-~-~~~e=~~ I JUST W HAT IS j F.ou ch e," writt~.'1 b y Zweig , w~s retbem the best h ooks for t.heir needs WELL ATTENDED , ~ . CALENDA R ~1 A PERUVIAN ? j viewed b.y M~rie Kr~mpp. It. is one --., gti T. ues d a y:, . N o:v.e1nb er 25 of t he new bio.g r anhies t.ha.t. g ives all Pr esents the following rev iew of . c h aracters : A mov ement initiated b.y the col- ~ 9 : 45 a. m., -Classes ·meet. It is ob v iously impossible t o r ecord t he f act s of Fouche's Iif.e b ut t he L ittle Women lege faculty in resp onse to, the sug - 11 W ednesday, Nove.ml;>e r 26 ~ I ever.ytl;,i.ag t h at g oes into the mak- aut h or d oes not throw t h e facts out of fo cus in order t o adva n ce the in M eg -------- ------ Gl a d ys M e dl e y g·es:~o~ of D~. Chat el ain. and h eartly" 7:30 ·p. m. Y . M., Y. ,w., C. C. A. i n~ of a school y; ar, and t h e r esult Beth ----- - - - - - - Beth Whitwell p a1.tic1pated m a.nd gene rously spp.nThursday, . Nove mber . 27 }) w o.uLcl b e t e.di.ous if you could. T.he teres.t of his mat e ri al. Like all p olJ o ----- -- - - - - - - - Shirley Turner sor ed b y tih e K iwams " · an d C · JI it ician s, F ouche w as a b orn actor, b.ut . omme rcrn 9:40 a. m. Freshman club coun- !/ ~ p . t k t t · t Am H l M t Larson c I u b s, cul mm. · ted T -" · .~ oru vian as is o se1ec p ie u res no oth e r p oliUcian played q uite so y ------ e en argare a ue:s-uay evening, . cil · T om S awyer and Huck F inn November 18, in a gener al communia nd w ords, a.nd to so or.gani ze them, m any p arts, as it was characteristic 7 :00 p. irl. Freshma n Clubs Tom - - - - -- - - - - - ------ - D wight ty banquet held in the spacious di n- ~ B:·OO . p. m .. E v erett. a~ Phn0that t hey w ill rec a.11 to your mind a of F ou che. H e• h ad t h e stag e . du r Huck ------------ Harley P almer .ing room of the Eliza Morgan hall. 'fHAN.KSG.lVlNG . · ~ viv.id and a cc u rat·e picture of t his i.ng t he m-0st .d;ramii..t.i c p e-riod of h isRobinso.n Crusoe \ The crowd beg an to assemble about /l . .,_. 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Treasure Island mare~ to the dining _room by ·inter. . Class . . bo.ok,. bu.t also give it' the i.ndivid.uel reall.y great biogrnphies of the preGPirate from Treasure Island __ spersmg a facu1ty p air and a downThe form.a'. .. garden, a cornpant1v,ely s1gruficance by interpreting the ent day because of the way Zweig Percy Leahy town• .couple, thus br inging about a recent .addition to the beauty spot:; school spirit and life of the school in .has exe·r cised rest r aint and a sure The customers, relieved b.y the mose pleasant interming ling of g.uests of the campus has had its sh.are of a new light. . sense of proport.io.n in dealing with solving of their gift problems pla ced at the various tables. fine comme11:t. It is inde~d a thing Other purposes may be served b.y ! this subject. · a la rge order for their nieces and The dining room was particularly of beauty fr.om early spring until late the college annual, sucJi as recording I Lora Majors reviewed " Glass Winnephews as well as their own child- attra:tive, the many tables being sof- Jfall, and even then t~e little Eve_i-- events and people, but they all must ; dows" .b y Lucy Furman. This is a ren. All the char a cters r eturning to ti~ _llght:d by t~Ll c~n<lles and the l greens add color and the fount am be .served to make the annual wort~ : stor.y which . will serve as a gr eat inthe stage sang a closing "Book Song." ce1lmg h ght s bemg dlmmed. Ini;tru- 1 ca n .b e seen to even better advant?.ge. while. spiration t o a nyone prep aring to ment al music was furnished b.y the j This .gard·en is located just east of . The prime p.urpose of the Peru vi(Continued On P age Four.) f.acu.lty trio c.omposed of .Messrs Ben- j tb.e administration building. A place '. an is to record in enduring and con- 1 ; fo rd, Clayburn, and Jindra. They al- which .u sed' to be plain and even un- · venient fo rm, the people, the events, so .accompanoied the .gr.oup singing di- sig~~y at times ii; now one of the and the spirit of a year of your 1 ' r ected. by !"fr. L.arson and participated vorhe harnts . of the stt:.den.ts who Ischool. --(Contrnue.d On Page Four.) · gat her to .admire and praise. r 'l Puppet Show P resen ted b y Purple ' l .T.he crow.ning ~eau:y is foun- 1w. Dragons :tam. an<l pool which IS a gift .of the . Isome Excellent R ecords Made In 1Semor Class of 1929. Upon .a p-edScholarship Attainment At a ver.y infor mal gather ing the l ~stal stands a chi~ which ho!~s out / In t hese days when so muc.h. .insupPeru Dr~m.atic cl.uh was entertained · lits hands.. It. typifies the .spmt of ! . by a Pui>pet show, Thursday even___ youth which is so arpropr1ate. The, Impressive Ceremo'ny Never-to-be- jportable talk is abroad t o the effect Forgotten . . '-· _, k . h L"ttl Greatly Enjoyed .by Those· \water from the pool goes to the greenthat high scholars.hip m arks .are uning' at eig1~t v c1oc m t ·e . this . way serves a double ·i e Attending · house and m ___ . Thea.tFe. ___ :i>urpose. At 6 :15 p. m., Thursday, November justifiable goals for which to' strive, The P urple Dragon Cast was in The all-college dance Friday night, i The 'garden ·is a lar.g·e square with 20, a group of 28 enthusiastjc proba- it is hear tening to come in contact charge and p resented the play "The that was given as a benefit for the hedg·e on :two sides. 'This hedge will tion ii.,ry members of W. A. A. gathered with those who are still sufficiently Three Wishes," by Hamilton G. Wil- trophy fund was a great :mc·~ess. It be clipped and form a fitti.ng border in the big g.ym for their final initia- old fas.hio.ned to believe tha:t ther e is . " t e d b y M"1ss was said to be ·the best 1;nce ·g·iven in the spring. A w.icket fence .is being tion. The .fun began -by the said 28 yet an e1emen t of worthw h'.l . )iamson, an d was .d1rec l eness m . . o.n the g.y m floor so far. he orches- jpla.nned for the other two ,sides. On girls crawlmg completely arou.nd the . . Mano.n Hendncks. ct r a was composed of June Ilriekell, the south side are now climbing roses. gym on their hands and knees. Then such achieveme nts. In tihe semor Pierrot was m anip.lllated by Jose- Kejth Wolf, Charles Trenholm, C. C. Decorative plants such a.s butter- 1those girls who h.ad no.t worn the des- hig h were foun,d several students phine Nix in t.he p1,ologue. Bur.bridg:, and Mac Dunning-. Dmme fly bushe,s, etc., ~re placed about the igna~ed at~ire were called fo.r t h. to striving to attai.n, pressing forwar.d Act 1 w.as a wood scene, showing Sams sang some of the numbers. garden ·appropnatel.y. Around the obtam their share of the p addhng toward t he marks; students who have a village in th.e backgrou.n.d. Ther'e was a large a.tten~ance, and pool, carefully spaced, are six Globe and no mercy was bestowed upon seemingly set for themselves high all expressed the desire that many Evergreens. These are small plants them. Two or three extra paddles k d t . . d. . tJ t Act Il showed t he int e io of Ma .,, . . . mar s an ar e s nvmg i11gen Y o . r r r more such dances be given throuf h- which never reach much height but were given for each tas k neglected. . . tin's house. out the year. · branch _out and give the i;mpression The girls were next lined up for a attaLn them. Let no.ne discour age The charact ers we.re; Mar:t.i n, a of small, round green globes. Be- fin al paddling and to prove that the. you in the high marks that .you h ave wood cutter, worked by Orvis Smith; EARLY ELEMENTARY tween them and· the fountain are old W. A. .A. members were not set n.or in ·t.he ceaseless act ivity necMargaret;, the w ood -cut ter's wife, CLUB ORGANIZES thr ee r-0ws of everblooming roses. heart less, the1y pain:t.ed the poor girls' ' essary for their achievement.. It is worked b.y Helen Gilbert ; Casper a _ __ There are seventy-:two of these plants knees very freely with mercuro- well wort h your while and .your best, friendly neighbor, · worked by DoroAt the first meeting of the Ji:arly which bloom from the last of May un- chrome which was plainly visible the most e arnest efforts. thy Bremer; a fairy, a dog, a bird, Elementary club Mildred Hanks was til freezing time. following day. The followi.ng excellent reco rds and a. rab~it were all worked b y el ected president; Marcelle Kelly, vice Th.ere are blue gr.ass spaces which . , ~ve~.y girl took her i;hare of the j were made b y member~ of the sophJosephine N'lX. . president; and Minnie Hermsmeier, serve as a sort o:f bf!ckgro.und for the iruti.at1on as a good sport sho.~l<l ~nd 1omore cl~s; Luena Cook, A. A. B. Stage managmg w.ork was d one .by secret.ary-treasurer. The club decided colored blossoms. The inner borders :there.by proved they are gomg to jJeanne Sh.nker, A. ~· A.. A. J umor Harvey Cole. Helen Kalt en born w as that Christmas carols will be sung on are of blooming plants which give make excellent W. A. A. membe·r s. 1class: Eleanor Ma1ors, A. A. A. B; ~ prompter and La Veta Gr e en t h e evening of December 18, ut the I color a .g reat part of the year. , • Thelma Pasco, A. A. A.; Ir~ne V.anpnnte.d the program. .homes in which a burning ~andle is 'The students of P. S. T. C., both Miss Florence Tilton writes .u s from derfor d., A. A. B. C. Sem or class: . Miss Hendricks gave a .d emonstra- placed in the window. past and present, appreciate the gift Normal, Illinois, sending her reg ards Helen Howe A. A. B. C. C.; Ruth Navtio.n on how to make P up pets. Refreshm~nts were served. which ·helps so much in making . the to her many frij!nd~. Her address is iaux, A. A. A. B.; Maxine Nelson, A. A. The members left the meeting enThe next meeting will be held De- campus a place of beauty .and .inspir- .304 West Mlllberry Street, Normal, B. C.; Hust on Kingsolver, A. A. A. A. ; thused over the new project. cember 15 ation. Illinois. Roberta 'Stephenson, A. A. A. B. Pe~er and Heidi

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"The Tig er Cub", Hastings high school, tells of the first Annual Ju.njor EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ----------------------------------- - IVA G. PIERCE Cornpicking contest, held in Adams J W TYLER f screen. COPY ADVISER - ------------ ---------- ------------ ------ - · · county for boys .under 19 ye.ars 0 STAFF ASSOCIATES age. T,he boys were divided into KAPPA DELTA fl MERNA BROWNSON ---------------------------- MARJORIE· NELSON g oups· those under f ou rtceen an d K D I VERNON DUEY ---------------------------------- BERTHA NEWMAN t{os~ f~urteen 'to ·nineteen About 150 The regular mee..ting of app a ~ ·· . · d ta Pi was held Monday evemng ID EVA GROVER -------------------------- - ------------ NAOMA PIERCE people witnessed the contest, an h , . .. h. h hool r oom. Afte r HAROLD HEILIG - ----------------------------------- LEONA HUDSON pact and careful1y written report man prizes were given. . , t e JUDIOr 1.g sc . FLORENCE MARTIN ---- ------- --------------------- GERALD TYLER. which is also delightfully readable. y / a shor t b.usiness m eetrng the m e mbers HESTER McCOY --------------~--- ---- ------- ----- JOHN WHEATLEY ;It is ·illustra~ by a number of cuts, "The Holdrege Duster" men;ions broadene d . t heir ~ucati~nal vis i on fiy the one of the stadium seats with the pla ns of Holdrege ninth grade t.o listening to two mstr.u ctn'.'e talks. ~he BUSINESS MANAGER ------------------------------ STEVEN TURILLE 1, woo.d =d background .being especially dramat"1ze "S'l M arner,,. first' "New Viewpoin t s m. Teaching l as h 1" CIRCULATION MANAGER ------- --------------------- BESSIE MARTIN . attrac.tive. Then there is a picture Ma.them a tics in Junior H1gh Sc oo BUSINESS ADVIS~R - - ----- ------------------------------- C. A. HUCK : of each president fr.om Principal J . Two new exchange-papers were re- was given b y Rut h S tuc k e nholtz. It 1 ~============~================~ M. ~cKenzie wh.o was the first head . . . ,, p ub- was ·especially instruct iv e to . / t f p S . .do ce1ve d th"1s wee k , "Th e .T err1e1,. Ththose -in~ THE PEDAGOGIAN POLICY mas .er 0 eru emmary, wn to lishe.d bi.m onthly by Valley· .high terested in mathe m atics. s ecoi..u. . · Preside nt W. R . Pate who came to h d "Th Bl d Whi ,, I "Tbe N e.w p sy cho.Jogy" was p r esented It is the quite general belief on the part of those actively fostering tful; th h ' t ,. . sc ool, an e ue ::U te ' .a I . 1923 0 preparation and publication of The P edagogian t h at its onlv claim to ex- j "Bettis ~11 ~;.~n:ipu~ ~~ · ~e tr.i-weekly pu.bHshed }J.y Dunbar hjgh · by Hen ry K r one nberg . In this -.;al~, istence or perpetuation lies in the services it may render to ·the college as fif e Y f omh 00 mg over t e scho.o l. The Terrier h as some inter- / he broug ht o ut t h e fact that there '.lS 0 a whole and to the various integral parts which contribute to t he m a keJ1 n I t te~n b ;cgs ~ t e ~·en who h~ve esting caricatures on the last page. very little, if a ny, .t ransfer of t r ain of the college. The desire and the endeavor of the staff is to e;mbody thls sfoo de oreb t: .e cohmmg and gomg The Blue an.d White is an extremely ing: also that w e set u p aims , nr ob. f m . t h.e co.ns1stent . . . pub bc . at1o.n. . years n eai., ... an d w.e ll -arranged l'ttl . ti ves, m . b e1ie po 1icy of t h 1s /1 o stuk oot d "Aod1es d d'dt , reeh s core h 1 e paper. 1JeC our t eac h ing , bnt very . . · r emar e , n 1 n t t ey ave fac- 1 h b" t .. put T o ac h 1eve this end, we seek to bala.nce the featuri ng nolicy of The , . 1 __, t? D'd h --seldom t e.ach t e su Jec so as ~o . . . . . - . 1a """ornrnen ·. 1 .you ever see sue P edagogia.n, demrmg an.d endeavorm.g t o g.1ve equal consideration to each 1 • t f h" k ? D "The Wesleyan" advises its r e aders across thos e aims. student an.d fac ulty member, to eac.h department and departmental subdi- j tah vtanety 0 t:ilwl 9is04e~:d · th.o .you note that its n·ext issue wi!L b e .a l itel'a ry Aft er som e adde d r emarks concer n. . d . .. . . a no un •lll ey emerg e . . t• · v1s1on, an.r to each activity a nd organization .on the camp.us. If a prooer . t th d f h ld editio.n, containing "essay expository ing e duc ation, a soc.ia1 mee m g ln e open an con ront t e wor • / · l ded b alance has .not been thus far prese•r ved, such. Jack may be due to on'e- or If111 o b tt "th . , and investigator.y themes prose of all charge of Mlss McGrew, c one u - ·b . e er or werse w1 nice c 1ean ' 1 or more of severa1 poss1 le reasons. The pohcy of the staff may not h ave faces,, kinds", and poetry desired. A progres- the evening. been we11 und-erstood; adeq uate time may no.t have been available for the ~ 0 · h . d' h . prepar atic.n of f eaturing m aterials for publicat ion ; ·~ome members of ·the Ith ~e yo;t r~a mgd t "e .du.ties of staff may h ave .been more active or reso.urceful th.an other members· or e rst acu ty s oute' .I say, da~, - ,<;::::..-~.::;::,.-.::;::,.~~~~-<:::>~-~-<..:>• . h b . ' what were t he mental and moral sci/) 1esp o.nse may ave een more ready and generous from some l')ources than I ?" . , V from others. · . ences. And dad. wasn t very clear on the subject; whereupe.n the youth . ~embe~s . of o~r .staff will canvass each, instru~tor,_ organiza~ion and ac- remark-ed. that he hoped the.y. were ~ The Handy Place to Buy Your: t 1v1ty offlcrnl Withm the next f ew days for p.ubhcat1on maten als. In ad- no worse .then some of the present To th p t T. th B h Tal · 0 dilion, an invitatio.n is here extende d to students to tur.n in constructive, 1.d ay· courses. ~ as e, . 00 rus es, cum general interest article's for publicati on. Sever al studen~ articles have Miss c '?i.rrie D. Fuller is listed a"S Powder, Face Powders, Powder Puffs, • already been used, which we here c.ommend and for wh,1c.h we expr ess . the first preceptress a much moi'e Vanishing and Cold Creams H and L o ti S ' h tha.nks. It would be a great accommodation if -each .article turned: in is ' foreboding te.rm tha.~ the dean of () Sb . - ' . on ' (/ I carefully correct~d and typed, double space. __ 1women. She is also credited ·with ampoo, Shaving Soap, Sha ving Cream, - -000- - . t eaching elocution and hig h er Eng- ~ Mentholatum, P ack er's Ta r Soap, Cuticura TIES THAT BIND .. j lish. We hope she didn't nave to M d' · I T ·1 S · P eruvians from two classes, the Oil€.' .dating back forty years and the other keep as m any date. books as the pre"? ~ e 1c1na 01 et oap, Castile Soap fo rty-six, met 0.11 our campu~ duri ng Homecoming to d.rin~ afre5!1 the_spirit ' ent de.a ns, else the elocutio.n would Many Other Toilet Goods. Call and see of Old Peru. Many wonder Just what drew t h em from thell' vanous l ife ac- Isurely have suffered. th · · · m · d"ff · · old Alma Mater. I1 One sub-head in this well w! 'itten · em. t1v1t1es 1 ere.nt sect10ns of t h e country b ack to then· Many wo.nder if the college st u.dents of today are fo rging those ties which '. short history is "Colonel Majorstime wJ.11 fail to sever. Ma.ny, again, pond.e r the worthwhileness of any i Peru's God. F ather" which is i.ndeed • • ; , such binding ties in· their at temp t:s, all to often fruitless, to det ermi ne / fitt ing. A n ice tribute jg p ai.d t o t his I 78 Phone 73 Peru, N e b raska reatlly wha.t associ atio.ns in colle.ge life will prove of worth t.o them in the g ood man who is by no means with- ~ > years to follow. out .honor in his own community. ~~--<;::::..--<::>--<::>-~-.::;::,.~~ ~~

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ALARMING EPIDEMIC IN SCHOOL NEBRAS KA CITY, NEBRASKA (Contributed by Mi ss Elsie W allen) Docto r Perso.nal Appear a nce and Dar ius Discip line are g r eatly, perplexed over t he ap~earance a~spreading of a fri g httcl disease inS~ambo~High ''The Antclop~' ~so ~des th~ K. ~~~~~~~~~ Sch ool. After m uch discuss ion, in which Misses Ma r t h a Manner and Elsie s. T. has n early 100 :;tu-dent teac.h~i quette took p romin ent p arl~ ~ deep consuttation w as he1d wi~ oilier Ms pl aced in its ~a~n g schocl th~ ~~~~~~~~~~< ~ auU' orit ies. It was decid ed that the disease should be c alle.d " bovi nei.tis" second quar t er. (from the Eng1ish word "bovine," meaning a .cloven footed a.nimal whic.h An inter es t ing acco.unt was given in chews a cud). the above pap er of a "Musical TravTn.e ·symptoms are usually obs·er ved very soo n after t h e person becomes elogu e", presented by Professor R . C. infecte.d . O.ne i.nfected with bovineitis will be observed to chew almost con- N azer .at a convocation program. He tinuously, sometimes wit h rhythm, which is' usu ally accomp anied by a smak- started at Ke arney with t he schoo~ -ing of lips and a series of small explosions or "p ops." This is often extreme- song, c arried the listener s to N ew l y ann oyi ng to associ ates of t he fo1 lowers of the bovine t ri be. This is o,n e York by m eans of t ypic al so.ngs, the.n of t he fo r emost obj-ectio.ns of t he Misses Manne rs 'and Etiquette to b ov ineitis. \to F rance, Germ an y, and ~any oth~r \ & Miss E tiquette also emph atically tells us t h at it just simply isn't d one by countries wit.h r epresentative musi~. \ ~ _ t hose of good soc-i al standing. As they r etu r.ned across t he Atl?.nt1c Dari us Discip line, M. D., objects strenuously to t h e p resence of t h e addicts an d saw the St at u e of Liberty in N ew PHONE 19 of t his .disease in his classes, fo r he tells us that -exp eriments an.d ctose ob- y ork -h ar.b or, t h ey listened t o the ·• ser vation prove t hat th~ mind of an infected person c ann.o t func tion nearl y st.rains of t h e Star Spangled B anner. 1~ so accurate1y as that of a n ormal pers on. We were g reatly moved on The hi gh school junior s of Ch?.d ron 19 ~~-~~~~~~~~......,._~hearing t he. weig hty opini on of Dr. P ersonal Appearance. W e all kn.ow wh at a re to put on t h e p l ay "Once there a n important -p art this p erso.nage plays ·in t h e life of each of us. Dr. Per son al Was a P r incess" , Dec-ember 3, says ~~~~~~ App earance s ays this, " I co uld not p ossib'ly .give a -pers o.n infecte.d1 with ho- the Chadron "Eagle". -a..:;;:::,...i-...::::::::.41..-"-::--:;;::,,-·.~,vineitis a r at ing of more than 50 per cent." " How p erf ectly astou nding ''. we assert. fo r no person can get even a F ie•lding Yost, f ormer N ebraska .u n' ~ fair start i n the r ace. of life, wi t hout an A1 nu mber 1 r a ting from Dr . P er- iversit y coach a nd· at p resent dir ector · HIGH GRADE PORTRAIT S--PHOTO FINI~ HING sonal Appeara nce. Howeve1', we were reli eved of a g l'e at deal of anxiety of athl e.t ics at the UniversJty of M'I Ch - I.(/l ~ when t he note.d R enus Remedy, after a deep study of the disease, told u s i gan, says, cont r ary to opinions of i Studios Aubu rn and Peru, Nebraska t hat he h as a tonic t h at will cure even bov en etis. It is ca lled "Will Power" ma.n y critics, th at college life is "bet- ~ . and is t he most am azing medicine fo r all ailments th at . the world h as ever ter, cl ean-er. more h on est , more sober, -~~~~~~~~ ~--., ~.... ~ ~-~

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A HOBBY-HORSE FOR ALL . c all it mental trnm:yiort.?.tion, al- be 'home presently, an.d a hne chan ce calle.d the Portland Cement Associa- ture of P ortl and cement is one of our 1t houg h it has its physic al side also. 1we'll have to talk business then . By Gerald P. Naviaux tion. At thei present t ime this asso- '. l ar gest industries. There are two In t his day of ben.utiful a ut omo- 1What is it ? If you haven ' t already " Allow me to add a word or two ci ati o.n is r ep rese.ntHtive of scme I p rocesses of manufact ure, the wet biles ran g ing t wenty . easy: 1't's our more.t I do.n' t. nee'<i to tell · ht y cliffe rent p ortlan d Cement I and dry. Lr1 tl1et old er fa c ones . t he d dinll price _, from t t t - g uessed, th.e answer is l you .how I e1g· 1ove o t a lk , it Ii ve t i. ,,.ousan o a rs uown o w en y- I . seems t o 1e an 111nate . • fiv e dollar s th ere is still !lJ1.0ther fo r m ; old friend, the h obb.y-hor se. Per- ~ quality w i th. me. D on't tYJisunder- Compa m es tJ'lroughout th e Unit ed .dJ-.y method is used, but in the newer of t r a.nspo1:tatio.n. I t is t.he kind of I h aps, on~ c an not afford to h ave a.n : stand me. In my hobby, it's lhe ot h er States, C_a n ada,, an.a Mexico. The ce- ones t h e wet ~rocess is employe.d. In transport at ion t h at we need m Qllt. I 1aut oi;nob!le. Yet no one c an affor d part y that I Jove to h av e do the t alk- ment b ou g ht from any of these com- the wet process all the m at erial is _ ....... not to h ave a hobby. A h ob)Jy horse ; in.g . , I o.nly t al_k enoug h t9 gain the 1 p a.ni€.G, is practic11,Uy the same, as t h e h.a.ndled as a st iff mud, as far as is ~ is wit.'1in th.e reach of ·ever y one be conhd e.nce of him or her. After th.(lt sta.nd ards for the manuf 0 .cture of it possible. This m akes b e tter an.cl more I./ h . ' I o.nly h av e to listen. It's intei-est ing :-SERVICE WITH A SMILE ~ e nch or poor. The. mortality rate t ti d t 1 . d ar e s et by t 1rn Umted States Bureau sanita ry w orking co.nd itions. 0 1ow ot11e r people h ve an 1 f . · n ou · · · In the pr.ocess of m anufacture, first RIGHT • A • WAY o o_n e fallmg off a hob.by h orse is h ow they "get by.'" I've .h ad •Jeop le 1. of S.tandar-ds . . Th_e AssociatLon 1s n ot , the qu arried limestone is crus.,l}ed, SHOE SHOP con siderably less than the mortality 1 tell me their d_omestic trouble.s Lo the . a sales .o rgamzatJon,_ but on-e t hn t ' M. c. MEDLEY then sen t to the h ammer mill w here ~ rate c a.used by automobile accid ents. '. extent of g etting personal. I _ca.n r e · 1 settles common qe5t10ns of the t'-om - it is crushed into smaller lumps. N ext -<::::>-~<:::::,.. · I.n fa ct, whoever heard of a fall from c all one man wh.om I h ad sized up , pa,nies. i t g oes t o the drier. The• d1·ying of ==~=::::=~~=~=~==::=~~~ 'I . . ~<::.: ,; a b obby-horse b e•i.ng fatal? T.o be ·. to ..-b1e in.dependently k. d h rich h . Cement 1s o.ne of ti'1e commonly misthe limestone a.nd sh al e is. n ot so nee- ' tr.uthful it is q-uit e the contrP.rv, for I i- e as e. m b e ow e c~u_Jd m a n- 1.used w ords of today. It is used inter- , essary in t h e wet pro 0 eEs as in t h e . t ell us that h e w h o r :ides a age to escape P.nkruptcy. His s alary ,_ bl . Th · 1d b t 't · ·f ti · BEAUTY SHOP 11 11 auth on. ties d $aOO y wit11 concrete. ese two I i·y, u J 1,s .necessii.ry J · rn m aten al 00 a- ·nont11 b ut, .h e I c ",angea !.{ h . . . w as aro.un · . d . · d Af · I b d · obbv -horse increases h is longevrty b $ . . 1 wor s, though used m r eference t o 1is ver.y amp. t er it ms een . n eod We aim to please. 1 · ' d his , f .· . . 1y cl'ff · t:a1rnn t·o t h·e bl en d m " g b ms, " 1 o. life. i. wasd'a out 5000.00 d m 1i ie red an . · I th · ·e same m ateneJ, are en.t ire J ·er- 1' t· 1s Phone 223 11 j • . · ere 1tors seeme to rnve cJecided t o ' . . . h . . 1 - Janet Maloney, Prop I./ Of co urse m a.ny will tell y.ou tJi.i>.t 1 . h' . .e nt m mea11Jng. Cement 1s one of the w rnre t -e cb,em1st tests th e limest one ' . c ose m on 1m SJmult.ane ou,slv. Jf . . 1 · h 1 th.e.v do not hHve .tune for a h obb.v. h k b k . · I111gred1ents that goes to m ake up the anc mJXes t e proper amoun t of sha!e ~""""" -<::::>~....,........._ Ch · h h h • e too up an ruptcv, it would h.ave C . . f "t h ·t Aft 't h b bl d d . ==~~~==~~~~~~=~·~""'-~ a nces ar e t at t ey are t .e• ones h . - . . co.ncrete. oncrete 1s a mixture o w1 . 1 . · er 1 .as een en. e it -:: . . me}~.nt t e 1oss of 111s pos1t1011. A sa d • . · · h · · · ~-<::::>- -<::::>-<::::>---<::::>~.:::.::,,. wh are m need of a hobbv-horse d" b . I . t. cement, w ater and aggr ega tes mixe d is stor ed in t e· raw m ix stor age bms 1 D h . d • h pre 'IC!'.ment to e m. told nm . ,ow . t . . h' h h t ·t · · t d t t h t 1 PATTE RSON CHEVROLE r ~ , most. T. at rem1n. s me of w Ht a t b d . m cer am p ropo r.t1ons, w 1c. w en ·ex J 1s in To .ucec ·o e r o ary 1. 1 k an.cl exp lam . to me last wmter . GARAGE ,, f n. end said w h'11.e I o h'u g etd'HS p ayh c 1ec th . 1 a 11 owe d t o .1h,ar d en f·or ms a rock-h.1rn· k"l u1. Th ese r o t ary k i'l ns are .one of I , . · . . t at ey \lOuld cram . f · · Ii •was m Kansas Cit y. I, to 1s· bere b1t ors . . . "' . su bstance. . the lar g est pieces o · 1112ch.mery 111 use . t er A n t 1. F reezen, p res- v }) j It was , one of Kirns as Citv's -cold- mo r e . y e1.11g 1ement w it h him J Th. . . f h · d t · d Wm Th , . ere are two kmds of cement m an.y o t e m us.nes to ay. Th ey

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I h a.d to see him o.n :1 1erce t. b d . ' It 1s 1 >_-<:::>_....._,._.'-7_ .......,..._ "'..,_.,->,., • . . , w ,-.o 1oo 1{e to e :nxtv- ve an 110·11t . I · . /J II busm ess so I c alle.d a "cab" · 1t wi>.s f h .. .: "' and m akes a very go.od cement. In 1ood of the w eig ht of a steai.n loco1 1/ · IJ I ' ' I enoug.n ·or t e wmter wmd to blew 182 G - B . . . b . t· · ht II Th I! ~ too cold with the merc.ur.v reading \ h . : 0 reat ntam tned to mJ.d some mo ive p 1us eig pu rna.n cars. .e i I ' awav, onened_ the eavv d o.or and rn - · . I . h d h II • • A 1 a bout 9· below zero to wait for a , . - d -f h h' 'f h h d , ltg.hthouses and fou.nd that the n at- 1temperat u re m t e en w ere t h e f/ ~ l street car. I qui.re . 0· t e cas ier 1 t ey a an.y l.ura l cement w ou ld n ot harden und er , m ixture ent ers is tw o-hundre.cl fifty Mortician }) 1 • , wh1ppmg cream. Tb.e cook answer ed I . . . I cl Tl 1 '] · 1· h t · \f I I found my friend in his comfort?.. . water. FoIJoW1ng this d1scovery J os- eg rees. 1.e• n n is on a s 1g m"no." I followed h er out of the d •) Or ! • . . . . · h · AMBU LANCE SE RV1CE ble t.h.ree room s uite o.n t he t ent h I eph Aspd1.n .dJscovered that a m ix t ur e ch n e a nd as it slowly ,,urns t e m ix ' and su gg·ested a near-.by p lace. . . · . ·I h th . /\ £1001' cf a lar g e ?.partment hotel. The . · . . of limeston e and shHle m ce•rt a111 pro- ture g r ad u ally wo1 rn t.o t e o e1 V. • , ' 1 Where•u p o.n I asked h er 1f 1t h.?.d to . . I h" h I . t . · t ~"'>c:!!!-"'>.,.,~"' WHr m th of his ?.Dart ment w as a w·e l· · . . .. port10ns., after b em g h eat ed a.nd ·enc, at w., ic t rn t empe1a me is wo ' • b e w lnpPLng cream. She replied, "to h d I d . d d a · ccme contrast to t he coll outsid e an d g round up, m ade a cement t h at w ould t 1ousan seven rnn 1 e. e.,1 ees. Af ' b e f.ure" and toJ.d. m e ·what I w an t ed · f t h k "I ·t · _.c-o.. ~.c-o.. ~-.c--... -.c-o-. .c.... ~ to m ake the contrast grea"!'er h e h ad set under water. Becaus e of t h.e re- te r it comes ou t o e .1 .n J is a -~~'-"'"-'-"'"C2i!l'-7~~cz:a , •· , t o kno\v most. I 'It Pays to Look W eU" t'l , a vase of fl.awe rs sitt i.ng o.n an end "~'Id h f d sembl Hnce of the concrete h e m a.de to hard cli.nk e1·. These clinkers ar e 1 1 iJ ! ,_,_.,e to me ow ar s,,1e na come th '- ·'ld' t f th t I d · t ,.ne p o\vcle1· ancl t·hen We try our .best to please· our /j table. The•y appe?.red to be the kin.cl ("t . 1 , t t .1 <l e p op.u 1ar uu l · mg s one o · a. c;·.us 1e 1.n o a n ' · 1 1 11 "a of flowers th.at one would ey n ect t o ' i . wl as ha mos w o m i 1es- r n on Y t ime, which was b eing shipped i.n sacked. patrons. If ou r w or k is satis· a Ji g ·,t s !'.wl over h er s 10ulders, pro- • · I t 1·s int er es t m ' t t th t t i see o-r owing out of doors i 1 m i-; h h . . 1 from Portland Isl e, h e .named his ceg o no ·e a · · 1e ce~ factory tell others, if nM, tell it () · "' t ected ·er from t e wrnte::'s wrncl) ' k . tl t ·· d •t t . J u ly. I J ·ust h ad to ask !' . bo.ut ~hem. . . m e.nt Port l a nd Cem ent. ment SP .c s a1 e s ewn up, 1e op w11 e. 1 to us. So that We may make l . a nd th at s.he wantedi wh1pprn i:r creHm 1 • • f I ,_ d th fl '! d 9 1 ll Walter said " Oh! thorn flowers ' . ~ • , At t he pres ent t ime t "e ·m a.n u ac- s.u U·. an en ·1· e · r igh t. ~' ' ' ' t eca·m:e h er s.on w as g01n g to be ' R TCE & T H OMAS _ ~ I so Lmconcer necl, "They're m ol:hcr'::- h om e fo r .din.ner. She h ad m ade h er 1 <::SJ>·~~~=-<:::>-.-."'>'"""'~""""-"'>=~......,-<:::::,.=~ -<"::.~~ hobby-.horse." .T hen h e took me in - son's favo r ite sal ad, it need ed whip!· ed ~ T TUT. v-c_ lf tr =~~==~=~~~~~~~~= i t o t h e sun room .an l sh owed me• how creo1m for the dressini:r. As I w.Rlked, .D. .U I. ft .ll. U she h ad convert.eel a part of it "i.n to - h · 1 ~-<:::>---<:::>-""'"'-<:::>-_-<:::>-_-<:::>. . out of my w!'.y, tow?.r d t e st or e wJ t~1 ~ See us for your Thanksgiving n eeds; ~ II a mm1t ure g r een house for t h e ~old her, I th.aught f aithful mother she is ~ KING 'S BARBER SHOP ~ months. .I must h ave r embbarke_dl t~ ~t . only one of m any m others li ke her~elf 1· rl fresh fruits, vegetables, mince meat, I./ I would like to h ave a ho Y h rn _ns l t.h ot I h Pve met and conversed with. ll 11 v Your Patronage m other's.; _for as we wer~ r~;~rn~n g I Some d P.y I wou ld like to write a ser- I ~ pickles. etc. Appreciate d ~ , to t h e h vmg room, he sai_d, ~ urely, ies of articles entit led, 'Fait hful U 1.y ou are too busy-to .have a hobby, I 1 M t h . , /\ Yours. for a joyful Thanksgiving Below Loy al Pmirmacy }) h ave ca lled t o see you several t im es I .o eis.' 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• She speak s enthus· at Hyanms. ,u k but f.astically not Ol,l1y ol her w or ' also of the beautiful western catt~e coltli:try with its many Ja kes. S·h e IS proud of the facti th.at her sup erinte.ndent, Mr. Th eo. F ry e., is· a Perui. 0 me

. g 1. The fo1lowing is the record tyin of the two t e ams y ear by ve ar: Before the war: P e ru 2 1909 K e arne y 0 Peru 12 1910 K earney 5 P er.u 6 1911 Kearney 3 Peru IJ 1912 K earney 72 P eru 0 1913 K e ar.n e.y 21 Per u 13 1914 K e a r ney 21 Peru O 1915 K earney 26 Peru 20 1916 K earn e y 6 Peru 0 W l 7 Kear ney 26

vian .of the class of 1909. Mr. Fry e has the honor of being not on1y CJ•t y superintend.e nt of Hyannis, but county superintendent of Grant coun t y. He was r e'.-elected , by a handsome ma~ jority again this fall. He h~s hel Peru 53 Total K earney 180 h . present position as SuperintendAfter the War : IB · · nd ent of Hya nnis for eleven years a Peru 26 1 919 K e a r n ey 0 has been cou.nty superintendent for Peru 103 the past twelve years. After g_rad- 1920 K ear ney 0 Peru 3 uation from Peru he was elected sup- 1921 K earney O P e ru 12 1922 Kearney 0 erintendent at Chester,. and from Peru 0 1923 Kearne.y 0 Chester he went to Hyannis. Peru 16 1924 K earn ey 0 Peru 20 0 192/; Kearn e y CONFERENCE ~"!'ANDING P e ru 34 OF OLDEST TEAMS 1926 Ke·arne~ 0 Peru 19 1927 Kea r ney 7 Peru 21 The JntercoUeg.i a te Athl etic Asso- 1928 K earney 0 Peru 4~ ciation of Nebraska now consists of 1929 Kearney 0 the State Teachers Colleges and t11e Peru 299 Omaha university. The co.nference Total K earn e y 7 K e a rne y has won five games with formerly included other church schools, hut of t.he present member- a t o t a l seore of i s1: Peru h as wop ship, Kearney and Peru are the t w o fif teen games with a total score of oldest institutio.ns and have h :i. d foot- 352. T he Bobca ts record fo bas ketbaiJ ball contests sh ce 19-09. : It is very interesting to note that :~tween t he two· schools is even· much /prior to the W o.rld War, Kearn_e y had more f'avorable to Peru. the best of the argume1i t. Uf t he nine games played before the war, Doc-"You cough easi e r this mornKearny won 5 and Peru 4. !iince the ing." war the two teams have pla·ye<l elevVery Pati.ent--"I ought to, I've bee n en games with Peru winning 10 and practicing all n i g ht."

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husband see• the value and necessity they come to him." He begins hy T.he regul ar meeti.ng of the Supper ~-:_._,'°'_"_~-~-~~~-,...,-~~-~of "Glass Win.dows." b h ld N b. 20 · •th . . .. . } describing th·e homey incidents of his cl.u was e o.vem er , . WI ~:~~ ~ This story Will grip _the 1eart . talks abo~t the . hoiiday dinners for strings of every i.ndiviguiil who h r. s 1 e arly life. The most forc~ful of ti'ese entertainment. _ 11 W~shing you all the Thanksgiving Happi~ aJ1y understanding or sympathy with is th.e lear.ning to be kind to a.njmals. Jean Cu.nningham spoke . ()n ness you can hold. human nature. He ,.spenks of .his school and college "Thanksgivin.g Menus'; .and Mathild.a Let Us Help You F ill Up. "Winnie the Pooh" hy A. A. Milne, life, his experi.ences as a reriorter Barisas on "Christmas Dinners". An ' was the book review given by Harriet and lat er .as a writer. He .decided to informal .discussion fol)o~ed on the BROWN'S EAT SHOP Kin gsolver. The book is for ehi!d- be a "Simon Legree Bo·ss" in reg.u- /"Making .of Table Decorations for/~ Phone 63 . Cat ering Our Specialty . ren, which is cleverly and interest- lating his work, rather th.an the us- the Holidiays." .~~~~ ingly written. · Christopher Robin ual "Easy B9ss." Refreshments were servoo: _ ~ AUBURN, NEBRASKA

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1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 7-8  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 7-8 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 7-8  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 7-8 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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