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Thursday, Decembe r 4 9 : 4ll a . m. w . A . A. 7:00 !J· 111• Freshman Clubs Friday, December 5 .8:00 p. m.. B: B. T r.op hy Fund Monday, December .8 9:4.0 a. m. Separ.are Co.nv.oc a':ion 7:00 P· 111 • K appa Sigma Al p ha 8:0u p . m. Sig ma T au Delta 7:ou·p . m. P er uvian St~ ff 'Fu es<!<l y, December 9 9: 40 a. m. Ail Classes Meet

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W.'he.n G. Holt Steck deci.ded t o present the " Pie d P iper of HHmelin" to a P eru a udience as his annual operatic offering, he m ade no mistake, if · d g e f rom t h e packed au dgll ~ne . may JU ~ t f I Per.u Bobcats, a just sh are of ~ictories -d,rcssed the Inter.natic.'.!al R ad io Con v j ~ on um, ., r om t ~.~ (: p pr eci at.ive maJ1a~1d no ignominious .cJe~e2ts have ference i.n support of t he int.ere£l!: j J 61·1e r of 1cs r ecept ion on. the p art of marked the out com e. W hile the r a nk , and needs of e.d uca:t.ion a nd t h e con- , ) !) p erh aps the IargeGt a ud ience ever to oo!i.file of f ans generally seem to de- !__,_,:i ___4.,______,__,,,:___,__L _ ~•- _ _ 1">~~~~-~ atte nd such a p e-rformance i.·1 P er u,

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, Wh "le the r n•1 k ---- · ··~ ···~ · ·- ----i)l p er aps the l ar gest a udience ever to Inaturall y m nd·e t heir .domina nt apmar k e.d the ou ccomc. 1 ~ ,_. , an d nee ds of e.cj uca:1. 10n a n d t h e con- 1 ~~~~~~- ~ atte nd such a pe·rformance 1:1 P eru i~ U 1-1 .... "M"l , " last &nd fi le of fans aenerallv seem to de- ! . . · . . . ' pea =· n 1 rn k.e _ J rnc10 of hu : s1d erat1ond of such by tl:.e confe1·-:once. or from the m any ent husrnstic c.om- year the cast of t 'ie "Pied P iper " velop more en i:.usiasm over a n-: . d r ed er cent winnin team, t.he·r e ! In. h is a ddress., he requc·3 tcd t hat ALPHA ER UDITO me.,. ts " e :l! d fl om t_he p leased aud1- did not d omin ate i.n eit h er the m 'JSic g . \ " ed.ucat10.na . . b e pres e·nt-e.u_, · 1 mterests remai.nP many who assume and mainAlpha E urdi t.o held its re•a ulur , to ..s a t the ..concl us10.n of the -pm- . 01. ll1·e ac.tJOn of t h e t l1eme,. th us af . . · "' I gr.am and still to be heard about t h-e f . · · b tt b J d tain a more or less studied, apprecia ' on tlie American committee t o f or mu- '.n onthly mr..et.i'n!l, M.on'day· evenin.g . OJ.a.i ng a e er a ance.. .opera. . : • v ~ • c um nus and the commumt.y. M.1. w a 11 c: .d.en, lioweve1,. as 1 i've attitude towar<l t he players., m. f h' f , . . . . , . ace ,_.ug 1_ _ . I1ate p1oposa 1s o t is count r y .or - 1.'-l'ovember 24, rn t he Junior b1g,i 0.ne was heard to l'emark, "The fro "P i er" at ·ti mes 1rnndled a r athcl1v1d.u::.Uy, and t ow.ard the team m · considerat ion .at t he next Intern ~ ti on· · f ·t' h 'A " u r C 11 R 1'd •p ' < •• 1 ti t th · I " s chool r oom. .Miss Veva. W1lso.n, pro- oui ,.J c oi .qs, , n.u vv e Oll c er difficult I"ole with noticeable gTace 1 genera" re a. ve o e manner in l R d 10 ' C f . t b h Id . 0 ' . ' · ' . Ia a. on euen.ce 0 e e in o-ram chafrm<>n fo r the organiv tion ur Town of Rats . left httle to be ch arm. , .and a fa1·1· d · f voice wJ1ich th.':! game is played; regardless · M d -·d · l932" H d l<> . d th t .,. ·' . ' . eg iee 0 a IJ m . e ec <.1e~ a pre<en•ed members from ho.nor fra- desired, e·xcept poss.1bly t he rats t l, ~ . ll . ti h' h . of t;!1e score outcome. "educational interests ob<iected to - ·" tb I " I "O h l con ro e.pecia . y i.n , 1e ig e1 11 t e w 101_€• i'a.'1 ge. When all else h as bi::oe.a said, it yet · ter,rl'it.ies .Pn tqe c~mp.u.s. Th e follow- : "'':!mse ves; anot ~er, H is voice showed m ar ked remal·,na. to be stat ed· that the real havi.n.g commercia l companies repre- ing representatives very i nttires.ting- J th_e .op·e ra was a complete ~.uccess:' ; ' improveme nt over l ast year, bot h in ~ ~ent t h em a.t. t he intern 2.tion al con· f · · · t. ly expl ained th-e pur p ose, requfre· st 111 2 .noth er., "W e.ll' P ro f eesor '-<it ec k ·qual ity a nd control· an ~l his acti n<T worth _resultn:g r om P.articipa ion rn v-e.riti.::m, because it is .likely that they ments for membe·r!:'.hip a nd activities undo u btedly is p ossei.:se<l of a clear ·f h ' L t·<> l -d' H··. ·k ·t"'h r.ttletics as is true of all other ac. _, . • . . was o 1g-,,, s , ..nc a1 . 1s wo1 w1 ~- ·: . ' · will formulate recommen.u.ations 1.of t heir 01·0-a.n izaU~.·1s : Elle.n Wilson d ramatic concept a.nd evidently k nows t he Ch1'ldren's c l101·us w·as ve1·y extiv1t1es comes from i.he reactions to- ·n· h d t . ·J , . f th "' ' . . . war d ~~ch participa.tions. This hol.ds, v;,, 1~ .f"thno r 10~el }" ca~e o~ t ~ i K appa Delta P i; W ll.n n a Metcalf, Ki:p- n_ow to ob1ect1fy 1t." ; while a~ OU~- cel1ent . ~ . · · ·a t • · nee s 0 · e e< uca ors. e p orn e 1pa - Omicron P hi· R u.th Beauchamp sider w.as .hear.cl: t o sa.y, "I com ider i t Mr. Jack F'ishe 1· took the part of not only for t he md1v1 ua1 par 1c1- . th " h · •tt ' ' · · out at t e 00 v1eor y comrm .ee .o n P i Gamma Mu · Elmer Hertel Be·~a one of the be-st, if not entir ely t he the oJ.cl blu.tf, g ru ff "May.or" and h pant or for the team or t e crroup, d · . t d b th ~ t . ' ' b · · b ut iurnwise for the entire ~;,u.d-ent ·e uhcatJ10n :i ea e .y ; ,_""ecr e ?~1/ '.Beta Bet.a; Sue Wesner, Pi Omeg.a Pi; ;I est, a ll-ro u nd ~ommumty pr? duct1-0n h andled it we.II. W hile the p art was . of e .nter1or r ecommen e• . r ec·e n .y , HeJ.en Kalte nborn Sigma Ta u Delta · I h ave ever witnessed." ; wh.11e from wel1 suited to .his low, d-0ep b ass voice, • bc.d.y or the schooJ as a w.Jwle. Some th t f ·n b d t ' rr • " ' j. L d . 15 OJJe has quite aptlv phrased t h e idea f a~J- . p be r cen _, o ail brloa fc 2s ~~"' , Leslie Care_y, Alpha M u Omega; Lu- ,hnanyd th 1·.e.n an .yeth w_ei e and h are his w.o rk d i.cl not seem to rank with . . • G aci ities e ma.ue ava a e or e 1 the r P att erson K appa Sigm a Alp h a. ear t e remark t at it was p-er r.ps t hat of a year ago in the "Mikado" 1.n t hese h nes. "When the one reat f __, t• d th f • t h . ~ ' th b h" f p · use ·0 t}U.uca 1_on, an . e,, .llr ei- 1 The fo l!Qwin,g progr ams for the ,,.e est t m g yet ·or eru_ · ,This may have bee.n du·e . to the fact Scorer comes to write a.ga.ins:t .yc.ur f b d · F h h 10 ance 0 e<lucatrnn Y r a. · year ·were a n n otmced. December rom t e prolo.g ue, w hic was so that he was .herein depict ing a £taid, name; He writes, n.ot wsat you won or "At the' intern ation al conf.erence, 115- T rulk .by Presiden t P ate; J anuary skillf.u )..l y managed by E velyn Skel- .unemotion al character who w.as litt le lost, but bow you played th.e game." t h.e quest.i on _0f s h-•0rt wave_ rel ay,, 25- R epor t s <>Jl h istorical r esearch o,n t·o. n, entire · 1 _Y t h..ro ug h t h e t h ree quite desig ned to ma.ke any favori>..ble li·"erlt is in this .spirit t.Dait.. . each .p'layer b road casting is t 0 b e consi d ert>U, -" development of our college by m em- sizea bl e ac t;s, th ere w.as n ot a moment 1ary .or musical appeal · the .har.d-fisted should enter i.nto, part1c1pate rn and cont i.nue · d M r . M organ," an d is · 0f vi· hers· F ebruary 25-Interes.ting events w-h en t·h • · t·erest.I old g u ard of th.e public ' . ·' e a tte.nt ~on an d th e rn money chest emerge from every life encounter, · t cl t • " H ·a ' f th l a· d · h j 1 0 . . . . ta m 1p ort 0 e u ca ion. e sal' in the lives of great characters. ·e arge au i en ce w a ne m t e who was given m ore t o thin.king in whether 1t l:>e on the. gnd1ro.n · t.ei. · sustame · d attitude · . . or ,rn r\ t h at "b'eca use 0 f t h e presen t m March 23- F i!m· April 27-S . u rprise leas t · s.uc h l o.ng terms of guilders t han of children's the classroom whether 1t be m t.1e · :ti" l b d t ' f · t t d · · · · J r ig hts interests • or .advanceme.nts. 1 0 m eres an . ' nat1ona co.nven: on, re ay r o.a c as - p rogram· May 25-S.o ci al meeting. P.ppreciation is m (Continued On Page Three) · g and· reb road cas t mg • " t'ion· 0f e.uuca 1"ts e,,·1 f th e b est a n d t·1 ues t t es t 0f th e Then ' too a nd per hP.ps d esi1rnedly so m After a' sh ort bus iness meeti· ng M.iss ..... .:1 " "A re- Wilson dlistributed a list of irn gges- r eal success of t h e production. ' his' scores were hj g.hly charged a l programs, are r estn• ct.,.u. few of cent pr.eject for a.n educat ion al n et- tio.ns entitled: · . The supp.orting chorus was alert with melo.d y or t unefulness. work t o be a1ig.ned through r e broad- 1 "How T o Kill an Organi zation" and well t raine<l carrying the Miss Leona Hudso.n~ in t he role of casting",. he deelared, " w.as prevented · I. D o.n't come. · rap idly shifting t heme al o .n g the "Dream L a.dy", san.g wit h her us because of :th is law." 2. If yo u d o come, c ome late. ever i.n appropriate fashio n, and at ual clear, beautiful, well modulated The same· issue reports t.hat Supt. 3. If too wet or too dry, too h ot or all times disp1ayin.g beau tifu l har- voice, manifesting at a ll times exExploring The Mystic Realm of A J . St oddard, P rovi.d:ence, R. I .• wh.o 1too cold, don't t hi nk of coming·. mo.ny, fin ish and precisi.on. Furt her c·epti.ona1 contr.ol. Her si.ngi.ng and Dreamland J is another f?rmer g r a.d_ uate of Peru 4. Kick if you are n ot. appointed more, the w et!! bal~nced or chestra acting wer e highly in ,harmo.ny wit h · Sta:te, speakm g as chai rman of t he 1on a committee a.nd jf you are ap- t h roughout the e ntire performance h er p.art, and a delight to the audBy Mrs. J. W. T.yle!!'. Committee on the School Child and p ointed, never att end a c ommittee w.as all that co.uld h ave been desired, ience. S.he c ont ri buted a <l.istinc At least one faculty w.ife is what b efore t h e Whit~ House Conference mee ting. even by t he most critical, i n its in- tive .element to t he m aking of the ma.y be called a "mag.p ie". She col- on Child Healt h a.nd Protection spoke! 5. Don't have any t hing t o say when terpretation a.nd its rendition of t he mystic mountai n scene o.utstandi.ng. 1ects, sorts and stor es away a va·riety as fo llows : "The c ommittee recom- you are called. upo.n. rapidly c.h an g ing scores. N.at only . To Miss Evalyn Gilbert, h.owev-er, of literar y fragments from the day''S mends that t h e h ome and the school 6. If you do atten d a · meeting, fin d was this true in a ge.ncral sense, but p laying the role of t he "Lame Bo.y" , readi.n.g; verse, short stories, pict ures, co-operate in t h e .detection and the fau lt with the proceedi ngs and work was even more noticeable in the skill- must go the recognition of a voice from the <Wily columns an.d. interest- ' corre ct ion of remediable defects, in done by othei· members. ful, artistic interpretation of the fine r, and a symapthetic ucti.on sp lendidly i.n.g bits of her frie.nds' letters· which t he prevention a nd control of com· 7. Hold back your dues, or d~.n't t he more s u btle var iety of moods imd s uited to the part. SeJ.dom does one have given some particular thrill of mu.nica.ble disease, if t he prog r am of p ay t hem at ~JI. se.ntiments so a.bunda.ntly fou nd witness ~uch ou.tstanding success pleasure. In he: teac11~ng years she health inst~uctio.n conducted by th.e 8. Don' t <lo .a n ythi ng m ore t h an .you th.ro.u~hout the opera; t h us g ivi ng amo,ng t he pri nci~als. She struck often filed many mterestmg and a mus- 1school. and In all oth er phases of the can possibly h elp to further :the or- matenal support to the chorus, t h e i t he hig hest note m the dominant ing bits of composition. One such . 'Sch.a~! health pr~gram.'.' ganizati.on's interest ; t~en ~hen a few j s?loists ~nd the cast in the~r . d~ic- i c h.a rd of a ppreciation on the p.art of 1 It 1s .always ,st1mulatmg and assur- take off coats and do thi.ngs, howl ' tion of JOY and path os, of reJ01cm g her a udience. Her dramatic imperessay was resurrected on Than·ksgiving after.noon. It w3:8 a brief ex- 1i.ng to. note th~ .l~ad befog taken in j t h at the organization js run by a 1 and s~rrow, of p~·ais~ and deris.io.n, of . sonati~n. and vivid in~erpretation of temporaneous essay wmt ten by the educational act1v1t1es by forme r ~rad- clique. p !ea.dmg and reJection, and of real- ! h er d 1ff1cult role, depicting the soul pr esent editor of the P edagogian uates of Peru. They are scattered ism and mysticfom interwove.n into ! .of the pbor boy who b ecause of his. When she was confronted with the far a n.cl wi.de, not only .t hose of for m· T.he .ann u al in t er-class basketball the theme of the oper a. An.d though , lameness was .deprived of ·entrance in· wee brain child of two years past er .years but as well those of recent, t our.name.nt b'.e gins at 4 o'clock Thurs- the oper a presents 'man y briJH.ant . to thie jo.yous d elig hts of the mystic and asked if s.he recog.nized it, she and are doing a significant work in day, 'December 4. The contesting contrasts in mood, each was handled mount ai n, seemed fa ultless. Her clear, said, "Oh, very weTI! You asked us connection with the varied education- .teams will be selected from the fresh- in turn by the sing·ers and th.e or- pleadi.ng , plaintive, appealing tones to write during the class period an al activities of the natio n. man, sophomore, junior, and senior chestra wit h de.Jicate effect. There ! were not only persu asive, but even account of some vivid .dream, e:ivper classes,. and w ill draw for places Wed- were frequ ently m inor strains which h aunting in their effects. Certainly ienced ait some tim e in the past and OMEGA TAU DELTA nes day afternoo.n. Sams will h aive called for careful harmony and int.er- no o.ne who heard with an underto append a parag raph giving a posOmega Tau Delta sorority held a ch arge of t he freshmen; Hatcher will p re.tation. The orchestra and. t h e standing ear co.uld wonder at tJie sible explanation of the episode." turkey dinner in t he recreation haU h ave t h e soph omores; Korber t he c horus are :"ell w orthy of t h e h1g ? est .yielding .of t he "Piper" t o h er heart Th-e following is the dream exper- of Eliza Morgan Friday evening, in j uniors; and H u rst the seniors. Finals congrat~l.at1ons and. com,m~at1ons felt plea for the r eturn of the abductience written in Ja nuary 1929: . honor of Bobby Sonderegger'.s birth- will .be p laye<l Friday n ight Decem- for their sym?athet1c. rendermg of e d p laymates to their sorrowing par. A. B. c. DREAMS day. Those attending were: June b.er 5, at 8 o'clock. Ever y stu.dent the many vaned 1?'1us1cal scores a.nd ents. We were spending a de lig.htf.u1 ev- Brickell, Leona Hudson, Evelyn Skel- w.ho is loyal to his c lass and to h is their contribution m the lar.g e to t he Whi1e the stage setting generally ening at home, when suddenly there ton, Loretta Harpster, Dorot hy W or- school, and who desires to see a win- ultimate successful outcome of t he was good, ,t h e "Mystic Mountain" was a terrible er.ashing at the .door. le y, Hilda Bell, Ma.d.ge Casey, Elleen .ning t eam in b asketball conference performance. scen·e \'{as esp ecially w ell worked out, Briskly the door swung open expos- Means, Grace Rawlfaon, Ada Eyre, c-0nte,sts this seaso.n, should be on the 1Jie leading parts were skil1fu]].y .and rendered e ven more appropriate iog 8 horrible mo:nst er which adva-n- Ruth Adams, Marion Halst, Harriet sideline during the tryouts boosting assigned and quite generally they }:ly the excellent lighting efiects, for h is team. were exceptionally well interpreted. 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1·n gree , > them in their spirit of loyalty: a nd assistant coach at ~air b ury , _r e g · di grace to · 1·ng r egist er "We will never b rmg s istered too on Homec om this, our college, b.y. a.ny- ac:t of .a nd s~ di.d Mrs. Lewis C_art ei.;. .Mr:. ill H ng cowardice or dishonesty. We w Cart-er w ent to coacJl the emm~ · · fight for the ideals and sacred things for.d team. Hemmingford is a way . up - OW of the college. We will' reve.re an d nort hwest where the. Eag1es· gr d f obey the colleg-e laws_ and do our_ thick and fast. He play ed en .or to bes:t to incite a like respect .and rev- f~ur years, an.d twice _he w ent up erence in ot hers. We will t ransJTiit a tow.~ not many .m iles from Hen,ingthis college to those who come af~er ford and helped his fellow Bob cats us, greater, better, and more peauti'- catch Eagles. He just couldn't helI>_ h · ful than it was tr.ansmitted to us.'' it be always caught his Eagl~ w en --Published Weekly at Peru State Teachers College--:' Entered at the .Postoffice of Peru, Nebra'Ska~ as second class matter. $1.00 · -.he went after it. Just i h a bit, yo~ . _ the Year--Sc single copy. ''The Wesleyan" appears to ha·v e 1 know. So when he went t o tench a ---===~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~=~~~===~===== succeeded in their search for mater- Heming-f .emu_. h·e began :..0 l ook for a·hn · IVA G PIERCE~. · . · · · h Eagle to catch. And sure enou_~ E~IT OR-IN-CHIEF -----------------------------------. · j ial for a hterary ed1t1on. T e paper h · b ck to his b orne

· . ])-ori"t yo u rem ero •1 Cook. r r. ·'se B r andt, S <hindler, and t et t e :· v · ·" ' · . ;Sh,add~1(k,· ·J,ut .ho1d on, th is s tory bl . . . ·. bout married f olk v. here just a s t ..ny a . · · · one of t h e couple were b ot h 1n:;'le d Cl .... . . h I \ 11 Schin d l er ts the p :>pln S C 0 0 . " • . . . l ·o f W ilb e r hig h sc hi.•,J utar pnn cip n . ,,.,.: • .-i.. .,,..inuck is teach~~ hi and m ...'l-· ;.:>.1.•.:1- M m Iowa - n ow. . ;~e:• Mr. ~d M rs. S t a r.k fro~ G::;_ don wer e here. Mr. C e ci l S t ar ad M rs. Lilian Brady Stark30bot~ grwe;~ ated in 192~ and in 19 ey . d and he 15 n ow on~ of Gora r rte : n 's fo remos.t. - bu~ess m en. Th~y - ul r y oung p e op l e w h en m w e r e p op. school and aboth r eal l eaders f o r go od ct iv i t ies in the campus a · COPY ADVISER ----------------------------~------------ J. W •. TYLER j is quite promising, and contal.i1s a just beforeh e cam~t ~e . finest E agle f this . · STAFF ASSOCIATES · . . .. at Hehro.n e caug home Then t o complete t he list o r MERNA BROWNSON ---------------------------- .MAR.JORIE NELSON good many mteresting ston~. artic- in Chadron and brought_ her n time for ~e know t here are others VERNON DUEY -----.:.--------------------------- BERTHA NEWMAN les, and poems. with him. On Homecommg day • h her e .and s hou ld be menEVA GROVER -------------------------------:------~- NAOMA PIERCE , S T C should we say night; wel! we m~~t~! ~~:e:~:~ w e must q uit for this w e ek HAROLD HEILIG -------------------:----------------- LEONA HUDSON "The Ant elope''. ·Kearney. : - , .. tell but E a gles ~re Joya as. we and how nice it w o uLd b e t o quit wit h FLORENCE MARTIN __________________________ _:'_____ GERALD TYLER also pu~ out a hter.ary echtion this Bobcats~ but Lowe was cheeri,ng Iou..d Bob Harrison and M rs. Bob who were / HESTER McCOY ----------------- ---------------- JOHN . WHEATLEY week, to commemorate book week. ~nd long for Iiis Alma Mater s f g h •.- v.ot ed as· he most p opular st q de.nts in --mg squad of Bo.beats. _ _. t t run k o f it :t hey wer e "A h ti "f can · / schoo 1 a uw o, . 1 BUSINESS MANAGER ------------------------------ STEVEN TURILLE nswer. t .e se ques on, you --· d t t h e time · it 1S almost un8 1 ;~ • ~r~i:blea that a hu~band a.nd wife CIRCULATION MANAGER -------------- --------------- BESSIE MARTIN . for me: f Darius Bunch. of the ~lass BUSINESS ADVISER -------------------------------------- C. A. HUCK W.He1-e can .y ou b.uy .a cap or and one of t he great cenlt1er.s t at ef sho:i.d be t he most p opu'lar n o:t only your knee? ru has pr.oduced as we as one 0 t d b a b ig ma· Who has the key to a lock of hair? the best capt ains. regist ered t oo on the b~ b u t actually _v o e yof the m ost , b ·1 · did M · r ·ty· M rs Harn.son one Are eyes a ,school ecause _ pup1 s Homecoming register a..11d so r s ., J 0 t • •• d h of the most The opportunities for gro~th asd development which present themselves are :there? Bunch. She finished :;h e two year popular laciles an ll e . 0 n~h . case it to the college stu.dent body tOaay are rich, varied,. reaii-onablly l~fo-like, and How wide are t...l1e walls on the course the sam-e year that her h.uo;- popula r men. We In eir th multitudinous in numher. Yet these opp.ortuniti-e,s do .no:t, -in the.mselves, bridge of your nose? ban.d finished the A. B. and b oth are w as differen t f or t h e y r e ally . w e re e · / ul He is s u peri.nt endent spell growth and development for t.he ..student. They may afford more or Does the .ca1f o_f .your leg eat the. rteaching in Rulo. He IS head of t he / most pop ar. . d h less !life-like occasions for the student to react, a.nd thereby to grow; for corn cm your toes? school and she is o.ne of" t he t eacheors. of the s chools at De W itte an 8 e growth, to some, can perhaps come a!IJone from self-directi:.d reactions to Ca.n you hang your coat on .y our But Darfas did not do like so m an y is the principal, ai:d the o.n ly reg :et meaningful experi·ences. Again, howev~r, these opportunit ies m ay hut con- finger. nail? ot her hoys have done for h e chose '. is that ·t hey -~id not have_ along w1.t_h stit.ute varied. framew.ork patterns into which .. othet~,,m,ay , interweave their Now,.. who .answers these, elther his hridc before he gradu<l. t:~· ·a:nd·iJrn~them t li'e ·Wee M iss Harrison w h o _is inmost thoughts, emoti.ons, aims, desi_res, a,n.Q. P.ur~se.~~ ·_Afl;(.Lthrough such laddie or lass, ' used his usual good )Ud~rnent~· He l:t w o or three- .years o ld. But s he w~ll interwea vi.ngs therby grow; ,for to these latter perhaps growth. comes .largely ·Will go right away to the head of is g iving R 4Jo Town · a ..g c,ocf school. attend and. g rM.uat e from P eru m , ___ . due t im e a n d als o ,be... v o t ed t he· m ·ost. as resultan.ts of these out-f!ow,s. of inenr forces. By w.hatever means growth the class." may come, the meaimre of growth during college years, for· any student, ·i's Odell Booster, Odell high school. Oh yes, the superintendent .o.n. Cook. i popular M iss ; .th-at. is the w a y 1t js the tr.ues.t measure of the meaning and the w.orth of college life · to and for ___ . Nebraska, schools, is F loy :i C.hase. ! with t he Harri~~· ' him. · · "The Holdrege Duster", Holdrege, - - 000- is a snappy little paper. Its 13taff j ~~..:::::::,.-..:::::::,.~~~ Peru St at e Te.achers College has many justifiable claims to real worth, not seem to have the to-be-envied ability . · the least among w,hich are to be numbered the many and .diversified ~cenic t? put spark.l e.. and pep into every despots, both o.n .t he campus and strewn so lavishly about the co·untry-side. partment and·1ssti·e of the paper. But the truest comprehension .and the highest appreciation of these caill for The Handy P lace t o Buy Your: · 1·n-~r~ th_an. eyeii a.n~ ·e ars on ~he part of the observer. There is need of a o~-~~ I Toot~ Paste, Tooth Brus hes , Talcum . _, ...~i:m·1.:..:vit:hm, se_n:s1t1zed to th~ wo~l.d of beaut y, form an.d pr.cpor:t.ion with.out ; J ~ ·. ' • , .., ~ .. · \ Powder, Face Pow der s , Powder P uffs, '.: a s~.111t, re.s?o:s1ve to the stimuli tl)a: .c.o me from t~e outer l'€alm of one':> I ' \~volld of b~mg,.an.d furt~er~1ore, a spm:t, cap able of.mtexpretat io_n of mean- IQ ... ·., "" . . : .. ·.· .. . · Vanishing and Cold Creams, Hand Lotions . mgs, reilationsh1ps and . s1g.mficance. All these possible g rowth incr ements, ! o~~ 1 Sh.a mpoo, ~having Soap, Shaving Cream., · , .'. and multi tu.des of others, are yours for the t aking. \ · · ·· .. ~ . .

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EASTERN STAR MEETING. CODE OF ETHICS f oot b all team, a trackman of much. I g ains f or P eru a.nd will b Th p e eru Chapter .of the Eastern W believ 8 that 0 h . e a very Star held a social th · · th e ne w 0 aspires ability, and a popular m an .on the w orthy def end-er of the Blue and stormy sea of e ducational progress high sc.hool d 't .g a erm~ m e . to be a leader of y outh should tirst campus. Du.ane is a 1931 gradu~te, Wh1·te o.11. net x yeai"s field nf battle. demands not on:J.y a broad hh!torlcal . au 1 onum, Monday ev- I ' ~ perspect ive but -a p bJ1060phlcal depth em.ng, N.ov:mber 24. Iof all, have ch.ar.acte r; that subt ie and so fans will look fo vaiii for his spe.c - Okla Dalg reen, sophomore. A ha1>d and c onipr.e hensivMess in thinking, The meet ing w as preside.cl over by indefinable quality "::hich is finer t~cul~r plays and his loya·l p articipa· 1fight ing Bobcat who will be b ack nex.t and a sound j udgement al! to a>raeti· Mrs. Pate, present W orthy Matron of than t.he finest dee<llS. g reater than tio.n m other activities. f •• C t he Peru c hapter. Mr Hill W t h · H arlan si · A th. . b . a1l on the g ri.dfro.n. D algr een h as 1 cal va~es· A. McMurry p t · · ' or Y .the greatest f acts, which includes but · ms. w.or Y su stJtute a ro.n, gave a ver y fi.ne address of ' at ·e nd. . A 1931 graduat e. A h a rd proven him self to be a p opular man welcome which w as f ollowed by .a : -tra nsc-ends h.onor; a nice sense 9f fig~tirig Bobcat and a wort hy i,i.ntag· on the campus and in at hletics. ~ s olo, " Open the G ates" b.y Mrs. A. what is rig ht;, just, and true, with a .omst for any foe. Howard Bru.ndig e, freshman. A SERVICE WIT H A SMILE L arson. j cours~ of life corresponding thereto. Earl Hurst. 1931 graduate. Regu- very worthy substitute at. center. A RIGHT •. A • WAY The W.or t hy Grand Ma.tron, Mrs. -:--N~t10,nal League of Teachers' Asso- lar fullback on. the football team~ a this year's letter·Jllan and a r egular SHOE SHOP N an Martin of Omaha, was present. ciat1ons. trackman, a-n.d a very p opular m a n place on next .year's team. The P ast Worthy Grand Patron on .the camp us and in campus activGa ylor Llttrell. freshman. SuhstiM . C. MEDLE°Y · and P.ast Wort hy Grand Matr.on, Mrs. EDUCATION~L AIMS ities. .Hurst's line p1.unges h ave wo.n tute h a1f-b acK. A fast man on h.is ~~ Yo.nt a nd h usband of ·Brock were aJ. The general purpo,ses of educRtion many y.ards for the Bobc·ats, and feet and one who has g ained many . so present and all t h re:e gave very are to p r eserve the g ood, to r epudiate he.re's hoping he continues his plung- yards for Per u in this seaso.n's g ames. ~~.... sple.nd1d ' · a,dres:;'!s. A numl>Pr of oth· th e ev1'I , a nd t o give · · g t act ics. scope to .t.h e su- m 1 L'1t t r e 11 is a t h is year's letter·ma.n, BEAUTY SHOP er P ast Gr and offfcers also atten<led hlime law .of progre~sion; to take the Hold-Over Letter Men a nd a str ong fact.or for next y-ea r. · W e aim to please. , t.he meeting. - j accum~lat10.ns of knowledge, .of al- RusEel S aut ter., junior. One of Peru's Step11en G.ains, freshm an. Peru Phone 223 J Qu ite 1arg e .delegations from Ne- most six thous and .y ears, an.cl to trP.ns- star backfield men, who h as ga-i ned high. school fo otball man and t his t.he v_ ast trea_sure to pos.teri':y. many touchdowns for Peru and who year's college f oot b all -m an. Gains I' h r_aska Cit y, Auburn, Nemaha, Brown- fer J anet Maloney, P rop I ville and Br.ock attended this gather- s uspen d 1.ts functi ons f.or one genera- will be. a very valuab1e man in the h as prove n himself to .be a wo rthy ...~..c::::-,.~~~ ing. _ . j tio.n? and the experience_ ~.nd th.e backfield .next y.ear. substit ut e an.d will do big things next After the meeting lovely r e<fresh- .a chievements of the past a~·e lost. The Homer Hatcher, sophomore. Reg- -ye~r. PAITERSON CH'EVRO LE r ments were s-erve<l b.y the ladies .of race then must commence its fortu~es ular qua;~erback for the Bobcats; NUMERAL MEN the Peru chapter: . I ~new, and must spend anoth-er six- who by his calm and cl-ever generalBurdett Cowell, fr ed1man. An A.uGARAGE ~housand .years, before it ca.n grope 1 ship has wo.n for Peru m any gains. bur.n m an who is well k.nown on the W inter Anti-Freezen, Pi·es- ~ . . FROSH MEETING. its way \lPWard fr.om barbarism to , Hatcher has proven himse1f a compe- campus as well as in the realm of to.ne, Glycerine, Pyi-•> Alcohol. The Freshman . class assembled to- the present_ point of civi.Llzet ion. tent g~neral in.deed. _Hatcher will be sport. Pl>on e 20 . gether, Tuesd.a y, November 25, in the - Horace M ann back next .year fighting for t he old Clayton Goit, freshman. A t his ·, I college -~ditorium. . colors. yea r num-er.al man on the, gridiron. ~~~ I D N 1 'd 'd d I Dr. Smith- h as had' wonderful sueRoscoe T olly, sophomore. O.ne of Goit comes from J.ohnsori," N ebr aska. on e son, p:res1 ent, pres1 e . · Min.utes of last meeting were read ~ess has a writ er. He owns a beau ti- 1 the grea-t~st lin-e men Peru h !_ls eve r I W e w ill w at ch him go next fall. ~~~-"'->~ and representativ.es of the Peruvian u~d ~me a~~ hha~ a fine car, both ;ha<l. To1ly h.as a fight ing spirit ' Arthur H arris, freshm a.n. From. sta.ff talked to the class. . . ~ hai _or? wit is pen. What does I which can not be downed. Toll' Wymore, N ebraska. Harris is a h.ard H e write Oh, liquor prescript ions. comes t o P eru fr.oni Assumptio.n, lli working fo otball player and a popuarvey Cole explained the general I • Mortician ·~rrangement of :the annual, also ex- I "Y , --Tolly will play football a gain nex• lar man on t he c amp us. plaining how t~cuis wer e made for Sh , ouse dean ht makr;,y my sistah. year for odd Per.u. Hor ace P aden, freshman. A h nrd 1 1\1\:lBULANCE SER VICB h . -e s a a y -0 ran . Dale Millho.llin, sop,homore. D.ale ir wo r ki.n g foot b all m an, wh o h ai1s from t e pictures. "We ll, 1,se - as rank as. s h e am.,, .,..class K' -. ,, __, . h a regular backfield mart, -a nd har seward . p ay<l en s h.oul d d o g r eat .:.va ·1m.,ey _ encouragt:>U eac , proven liirriself a true-blue footba1 J things .o n the g ridiron next fall. :::,. "freshie" to buy a Per.uvi.a.n. "It is a ====~==========~ It t akes a goo.d salesman to sell an man a·nd a loy al Bobcat. Dale will Rober t P ate., fresh.rrrnn. Per u hig h is• i.nt eresting Eskimo an ice-cream freezer. 1, memor.y book which play football agai.n next year, uphold· school football m a n. A very popu~~~ reading during the summer m onths," . -The Quirt. ing thie Blue and White. . lar ma.n on the campus and 0!1 the --E :lwa rd P ederson, s ophomore. Pl.ay: footb a1l field. 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• result of the presentati.on of this worthwhile production. ( Continue d From P age One) Certainly, all too seldom does the which ac9entu ated the fantastic ap pearance of the setting. This fur.n- opportunity c ome to a people in a ished a colorful backg round for the small communjty to enjoy the renscene portrayed the children in dream I de.ri ng of a producti<,m .of such hi gh lan d. Muc,b could well be said in · class or.der, a.nd of such app1;oprfate praise of this act, of the children's a.n.d artistic presentation as was furchorus which was a somewh at new departure, and of the various d ances, nished in this particular by the deesp ecially of the "Toy Soldi ers" dance p artment of Music. This is an achie·;. w.h ich pleased alike the children of m ent of g reat , worth from many the mountain and the audience of points of view, to t he interested, apP eru. p r eci ative auditors., hungry for such ; The skillful renderin g of this pro- to t he bo.d y of students, preparing to duction and its favorab le rece'Ption teac h, i.n assistin g them to a clear~r, ar g.ue well for the future operatic high.er concept and gr asp of such acactivity on the Peru State Teach ers tivities; in m anifold ways to those Co~lege campus, it being a much more j par~ic.ip a±.in g. in its pres~ntation; . to fimshed production .than has at times the director m the conscious reahzabeen heard h ere from so-c all ed pro- tio.n that h e ,has· achieved something fes,sional g roups. Mr. Steck, who of worth. to others ; and to the school ha.n.dled the many problems which Iin general, in a ffordin g an occasion went with the preparation and the for bringing into co-operative, prostaging -0f this entertainment is en.- ductiv.e activity departments all too titled to much praise. While there univer sall y felt need for more of just might have been found imperfections, ated or ev·en diverge.nt. There is a one ca.n but fe el that Per.u has g rown univrsally fel:t need for more of just measurably in musical stature as a such or similar presentations.

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Ada Brady Evalyn Bree.ht June Brickell Katherine Bergman Mary Caudle Coleta Crink Bernice Crink Lucille Coleman Eva Clifton Donna Jane D elzell

MEMBERS OF CHORUS Ruth Wheeler Florine- Elliott Mac Dunning Ruth }<"itch William Thc>mas Audrey Harwood Merle Irwin Wilma J acka Ben Burke E velyn Kilpatrick Bernard Galloway Claudia Luse Forrest Corn Mary N orris Roland Stephenson Phyllis P apez Gl en D anforth Evalyn Skelton Ralph Davis Helen Wri6·ht;

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INTRODUCTIO N: Th e Mystic Mo untain (Instrumental) SONG: Beautiful Dreamland ------------ Piper and Children SONG : The Land of Dreams Come True ____ Piper an d Childr en SCENE: "But Now, My Work " ____ :_ _____ __ ____ ___ ___ __ Piper "ChildPe.n, Behold Your L<nd" ------ - - - - - -- ----- Dream Lady DANCE OF TOPS AND JUMPING JACKS ______ Tops: Mildred Hanks, Mari e Krempp, Ma rjo r ie Youn g. Jumping J acks: Dorot hy Irvin, Mirinrri McGrew, Ruth Stucke•nh oltz. DANCE OF TOY SOLDTERS ____ Ruth Ad arris, Ruth Cummins, Mabel Higgins, Mary Hug hes, Olga Kl im a, Sue W esner, Edna J ames • DANCE OF THE DOLLS ,- - F ern Schmidt, Louise So.nderegg·er ARIA: " Aw ay in t he Moon" -------------------- Dream Lad.y DANCE OF THE NI GHT WIND ·------- - -- --- Evelyn Skelton FINALE; LULLABY: "Hear the Wind" __ __ __ Dream Lady an.d Children

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1928. M iss J essie Joy, diploma, 1930, rural Ischool, Ri chardson count y. Miss S a r a h Joy, eleme ntary certifi. cate, 1930, r ural sc.hoo1, Richardson cou nty. Miss M arga-ret Cain, dipioma, 1930, primary, Oma.ha. _ Miss H ild a B ell, diploma, Filley. Miss Syl vi a D avis, diploma, Filley. Miss Ellee n Means. diploma, 1930, rural s c ho.ol, P ortland. Miss Grac e Rowlinso n.

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No. 22. INTRODUCTION AND CHORUS: " Loud ly N ow the Churc h Be·lls Call" - --- - - -- - - -- - - -- - - ---- - - -- _____ __ ____ --- ----- -__ __ _ No. 23. SCENE: "Wh at News, Good May or?" ____ __ L ad ies of C 1or u;, No. 24. HYlVlN OF PRIESTS: "Vexilla Regis" ______ __ Men of Chorus No. 25. SCENE: "Tis th e Pipe r" -- ---- - -- -- - -- ------ -- - - - ---- - Ch orus No. 26. SCENE AND ARIA: " Good Pipe r" -- -·- ----- - --- - - -- - Lam e Boy No. 27. SCENE: "Ah, Come W it h Me!" -- -- - -- -- - Piper and Lam e Boy No. 28. F INALE: "C ome, All Ye "Me rry P eople!" - -- - - - --- - - - -- Chorus THE STO R Y

Hamelin Tow.n is infested by r ats. T he May or confesses hi s i.n abi!it y t0 cop e w ith the situ ation, a nd all are on the b rink of desp air, when sudde nl y t here app ea rs a str ange• cre at ur e li ke a m ounteb a nk. It is t he Pied Piper, and h e forth wit h decl a1'es th at fo r the sum of one thousa~d g uilders h e w ill Tid t he tow.n of r ats. T his proriosal is prom!1tly ac-e;epted. T he rats, attrac ted by t he m agk of the P ip er's t une, a•re led to th e r iv-er wh ere t hey p erish. Th e P iper as ks fo r his r eward; but the Mayor r edupi ates h is ;ri1·0.mise. The Pip e1: warns t he p eople of dire consequences if t h ey tri fl.e with him; but t he•y h ave seen t he r ats p erisJ1 a nd in their fa ncied s ec.u ri t ~1 th ey flo ut t he Piper and defy hi m to .d.o his wo rst. Scorn e.d and left al one, t he Piper carri es out h.is t hrnat of punishme.nt. Blowi ng his m ystic melody h e p asses out of t he city gate fo llowed by all the children of Ha melin, s a·v e one li ttle lame boy w.ho c annot g o fast enough and is left beMnd . in sorr ow a nd i.n tea rs.

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ln Hamel i.n tow n we fi nd a sor rowful and repenta nt people, stricken b.y the• loss of t heir d ear child re n. The May or, ch a'S ten ed by the consequences of his {·ashJ1ess, joins in the general lam entatio n. At this crisis, h owever, sudd·e nly appear s again t he mysterio us Pip er ! All a re am azed .aJ1a cr y for th e childreJ1, offering u ntold wealth fo r their return. The Piper t akes th em t o task for their .gr eed a nd tJ·enchen .1. At t his p oi.nt t he L ame Boy int erc·e des to p lead for .th e . r estor?.tio n of his p laymates, wit hout whom he• .has p assed a lonely t ime. T he Pip er proposes to t ake hi m away to j.oin the ot hers, b.ut t he L ame Bo.y cann ot lea ve t he bereaved p eop le wit hout on e child .among them . The tend er hear t ed m agician is unable t o resist t h e Lame Boy's simple plea and a~·a i n blows the m ag;c m elody which br ings t h e happy c hild r en troopi.ng J10me, behind

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PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1930.

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And the wish in the l:.eartf 1 • • b the bus bust! I ttl t : h . .: r ge crowd, t l:e.. JU.mors we re er '1..0, and with the closing of t.he . Y . Ln.g l · e ·ugs cmne was a frie.n d• W e were told 'that of the s-t ud ent bod y is '; at the t1me . . "'Ith ~ ~ f t L Th cont"~ t d h . ,. . v.11 ull' 0 1mpor ance,, OU t t o t.his great loaf .of bread had been between .now a.nd her next ppe"r- c rowned 1u t el'c I.nss ci·.,mp10ns. .e ~s en s your c ance t-0 wm one ~ . . . ., meet us. A g roup of us were standing (Contin.ue.d On P a.ge Four) , ance shall not be long . , game w~rs fa$ t from beginning to end, of t ne worthwhile prizes. on the deck, watching tl~.e business of ; the au.CLience never k11owi.n g just T.here h ave been a number of good Ibeing towed in to t.he wharf, when \HIGH SCHOOL DRAMATIC CLUB h ow ·tJ: e game wo".lld turn uut . T.he re pic.tures turne<l i.n but th.e staff feeis (Continued On P age 't 'our) ' on 1 both sides as sure t~at t here .are many jus t as elev- . - - -·,,. PRESENTS NOVEL PLAY w:.i, plenty -Of fight Th . . L . I, cla~s riv al rv· :i lwavs • e T ra·m1ng ·...i::: cuo. o1 m a d ':'! t h e1r · ·nroduces ~ucb. ·eor whlch t hey .have not receive.cl. D Isecond con.trihutio.n to the chapel pro- IU,! ngs, alt.1- ough it w a:; : ·ntirely Clever p ictures, someth.i.ng out of 1 States His Entire Satisfaction With I gra ms, Friday Decemebr 5. The high I fri·enctly. The fi.nal score which was the or.di.nary, are the o.nes wanted. I 1school Dramat?e club, unde c the di- 18 to 17 woul.<l cert c.inJ.y Everyone In Cast Ahd Others be r r o·'.lf T.h·ese sn ap·.:;hots m ay be either views : reclio.n of Mi:;s Dorothy Wol'le.v, g'ave eno.u.g-h. t hat t.he ·g ame wns no slow I which relate to the campu·s or sn aps j W ell Pre pared Informational Papers Now that t he opera is ov·er it is the witty an<l cleverly p1·esen ted one motion event. Outs.tanding pl?.yel's of t he students. I Prescnl ('d By Stude.nts something e;Jse .again, b.ut before I :J<'i comedy, "The First .D,·ess Suit ," of th e ga.me in the writer'!'; op1mo.n I · .new ac t'ivi·t·ies bJ··· -Ru«sul J\1rcdc.i·aft. What a .treat .it woul<l 11 were . A_ndrews, Hur.5 t, E: :n1tter:;.' .an<l get t 00 engross ed 111 ~ '" '' . . be to .look :I Th e regular meet ing of Tri-Beta I do want -to thank ever.y member of ~Iaro !cl ~to1~z,. as 8 t }•pi.::i! •even- .'. Groot!JJUS. In fact 1t was an all-F.t.r.r at your pnze wmmng pictures m a~ 1· th . . . .. e b' · 10 1ogy f 1·atermty, w i>s h e Id · Mont he chorus, the orchestra., an.d the 1e1:-11 year "Id boy, portrayed Teddy ·, game all r .k:yers {loing out:;t?..n<lfog Peruvian wo.n b.y that same pict ure. i day evening, December r. The meetp r incipa:ls for their gratifying display harding wh~ has become g reatly ex· work. . Try your skill .fl.nd win one of ! i, ~ was can ed to order by th.e pres· of patience with me and for their c'i1:-d ove r ! is sister's '' e.lchni~ pa "t- 1 At the e.nd of. the half i.t looked .as " ,·1e~·c , I1'..c' ~·n ,; Cl ara 0 vert.ur f·. Th e progrr.111 prizes : fine co-operation during the eight ly because his sister wil.l be leavi ng' ! tr.~.1:gh the ~e~10rs would be· th e 111ls .· . 0 ' . ., for the evening consisted of three re· weeks of gr.ueilling preparation. I but mostly because he•· 1:; tc h ave a , ter were le?<lt .pi ize. .ne cop:i- of the 19,,1 ports b y mem b ers .of tLi:.e f l"Rt.er.n,.. ,. v. . ci ass champw.ns as they . want to th.a.nk them for the beautiful d1--ess-suit· his first. Te.ddy is fran- 1 mg 12 to 9. The Jumor s ca?ne back Per u vian, value S3.50: Tl1e fi rs t report was given . b y p au• 1 pen a111.d pencil set with which they tic because his s.inster betty, played m full -strength and. pu.t up sue? a 2nd pr ize: A prize to be irnnou nced, LPndolt. The topic of his paper wa,~ . presented me; I can't help but feel by La Ve1.,ne Setzer, spends so much I powerful attack wluch. the Seniors . value $2.00. I ,~The Oldest Petrified Forest ." Mr. sorry for all the times I said "oh time on .her ha.th that he canno.t ;.:·et just couldn't !!-eem to stop a lthough j ,1 , • • L:>.ndo l.t told of t.he· di~covery by the in the bathroom to wash his neck a·nd the Juniors we re heJd b i:ck by the '· 1"n prize: A prize to be announced, Pshaw" at t hem. Museum of New York, nea r t he sm ~ ll Then Miss Hendrick and her s.table ears, a.nd, perhaps. a shave.' Their .g.uar<ling of Wicina an.d Grooth.ius. !vak·e SL 5 0. town of Gil boa in the Catskill mc.u ncrew, l'vir. Larson and .his carpenter, mother, Fer.n Scheetz, is. conste,ntJy The score was run up slc;wly ~.n d i ' 4tl': prize: A prize to be <> nnor,11ced, tains, of the remnins of a forest datMr. Benford and his splendid child- I acting as a buffer between Teddy an.d when the fi.n.al w.! iistle blew the Ju.n- i value $0.50 ing back to t he Dev-0nian period. re.n's chorus, .Miss Weare and her I his fastidious sister. / i.ors J.c~d .by one point. Such games 5th t.o 8th: Honorable mentio.n. The museum h~ in its collectio.n in "Costumers", Mr. Lindstrom and his When Teddy finds out that he must are enJo.yed by all an<l serve to arouse - - - -1924 nearl y for ty stumps: Many of "~in Can Mag.jcians'' w.ho took Chef le~ the precious s~t to Johnny J i.nterest in br:~- ketba'JI as not hing else An all-co!Jege trophy fund cla.nce these were revealed by the buildin.p: Gilbert's empty tomato cans .and con- Di a·ke, the prospective husband of , c.an. was h eld in t he hig h school a udit.or- <Jf a dam in this vici.nity. verted them into attractive· ~orc.b,es- Betty. whos-e dress suit has been lost j - -- -- _ ,,_ ·-· ium, Sat urday night, December 6. Mot of t he stumps were from one t.ra lights, to Miss Davidson and her in transit, he is completeJy ro.bbe.d 0 f ' On Wednesd ay evening, Deoeember The college orc.h estra, e.nthroned to three feet. One -0f the stumps dancers w:ho did so much for the sue- his joy. Finally after Ted.d.y had / 17, at 7:30 p. m. i.n the audit orium, upon the stage,, furnished the music meas ured twelve feet in circumfcrcess of the production. To all of these (Continued On Pa.ge Four) th.e Girls Glee club wi1l pre:ient .and Duane Sams gave several s.pecial ence and fo ui· feet in diameter. Trn ce~ I give my sincerest thanks, and I hope "Bet hlehem" a Christm.as c~1ntata by vocal numbers. of foli age, bark. and r oots we re th ey realize. as I do, that the opera KAPPA OMICRON PHI Pau.l Bliss. · The re was a goo.cl crowd present, foun.d. Tw.o distinct pecies were .d iscould not have been complete with The regular meeting of Kappa Om'The Y. M. C. A. a.nd ~. W. C, A, the number of men a.n.cl women being covered. T hese trees stand · etw,~c-.'1 o.ut their enthusiastic contributions. icro.n Phi was held in th.e .h ome econ- ha ve most graciously ·extended their about equally divided. T.h e.re were the tree ferns a.nd the high.er ~ee d Ob yes, I must not f.orget,, Dean Del- omics department, Monday, Novem- m eeting h.our f or this prese.ntation, a .number of .ladie's tags. Diversified p'lants. The average height of th es~ rell and his budget commi·t tee who 1her 24. The program hour was .de- ; so th~.t e very one on the ·campus will comments as to the condi.tio.n of the trees is twenty-five feet. The fro nds made it financi.alLy poll'Sible, in fact voted .t o an especfa..lly interesting und · h a ve an opportunity to attend. fl oor were made but o.n the wh.'Jle t he are from six to ni.ne feet lo.ng w it.: 1 they gave me so much money I just instructive talk given by Mrs. Thelma · The Girls' Glee club numbers more remarks wer·e favorable. the seed borne at t h.e tips. couldn't spend it all. Bugbee, the speaker of the evening, than fifty this year, and bid~ fair to Several faculty members were 'p resThe .next report was given by HarAnd now I'm busy again planning / o.n the subject,, "Clothing and Foods surpass t he excellence of last year's ent inclu.ding; Dr. Ch.atelai.n, Coac.h vey Cole. His topic \Vas "Some Asnext years opera; somethi.ng better of t.he Phili.p pine Islands." ' spJ.enclid gro.up. The solos will be Ian.cl Mrs. L orbeer, Dean Dunning, pects in the Use of Annual Rin gs in and a rea1 challenge to those who This was followed by a short bus- done by Evaly.n Skelton, contrnlto, a n.d Miss PaJmer, Miss Papez, Professo r Climatic Study." Mr. Cole showe.d perfo~ it,, and a pleasure for those iness meting in which the gro1Jp mnde Ruth Wheeler, soprano, b oth of Oma- ! and Mrs. Steck and .~a.ncy, Professor that t here is a definite relation be · ,who will c.ome. plans for a Xmas party. _ ha. : Kro.ne.nburg, and Mrss Clark. (Continued On Pag e F ou1·j

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--Published Weekly at Peru State Teachers College-Hastings College, states the "RoseEntered at the Postoffice of Peru, Nebraska, as se.cood class matter. $1.00 la.nd Rambler,,'' Roseland, Nebraska, the Year--5c single copy. is sending ou·t two teams of debaters for an exhibition debate to help" in, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF -------------------------- - --------- IV A G. PIERCE ; struc.t 'the high school peop'le in their COPY ADVISER ----------------------------------=-------- J. W. TYLER debating, since the college question STAFF ASSOCIATES of last yea·r is the same as this year's MERNA BROWNSON - - --------- -- --------------- MAR.JORIE NELSON high school question. VERNON DUEY ---------------------------------- BERTHA NEWMAN EVA GROVER --------------------------------------- NAOMA PIERCE According to one Roseland gramHAROLD HEILIG ---------------- ~- ---------- - ------- LEONA HUDSON m~r school boy. the plura1 of "half'' ~.c:::::::,..-·-<'-..-9"'0<-..c;::::::..411...-C'.'::P-.-=-~ FLORENCE MARTIN -------------------------------- GERALD TYLER is "whole". ,-.~~

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.!iieing -T!!b'J.e Rock." Lyman, Nebraska, football team, another one coached by a last year Bobcat, ha,s made a good showing. Co ach "Fritz" Ivers w.on five games out of eight arid two ·o·f the_ fosses /) rem pt to pl ace hi mself in t hat of a.not.!1er in any experi·e.nt ial ~i t.u:i.tio.n. were with teams in the "big ten" .c on- v~· a nd thus make ano ther's experience his ow.n, en abling the reader to profit ference of Western Nebras1rn. Lythereby..

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da ntly m all fields of hum an aff airs; by observm g throug h l'ea.d.ing, human acti vities, aff a irs of worth, and g eneral background ph ases of h.uman en" U.nc.l e Jimmy'', w.h o 'is Uncle Jimdenvors; by associ ation wi t h others of wi.de vicarious experiences; .and by 1 my : You need ask .any student who ~~~~-~~~ being g \lide d i.n our readin g·s by th ose possessed of broad a nd varied life h as a ttended Peru duri~1g the past , ~ experiences. fiftee n years and he will tell you _ rt . . that Uncle Jimmy j_s a much loved . It was l11 tihe light o~ the a bove _concept of the natm·e and- v alues of read- booster of all kin_4s of athle.t.ics. Mr. ~ mg that a group of gu·ls from M!iss Pete rse.n's c.l ass in recreat.io.nal reading A. J . S tephenson is the father of one · were nsked to r eport on some interesting, beneficial books read. Coac.h W arre n Stephens on who g ot his A. B. from Peru. known to the ' ~ fa·ns of ye o.th.er days as "Stephy". _ o~~-.:::::::.~-~~o ! 1·e ~t:2·ers bec a·Use of the ma.ny loca l It i.s a.n interesti.ng st<>ry of how many incidents and e vents -recorded. me n w e re influenced to atte.nd Peru • • by "Stephy". Good boys too! Anoth"Poin ted P a rag r aphs" in t.he "Por- er in ter esti.ng s.t.ory is his car eer as PHONE 19 o~-~"">~o cupin e," H amburg ., I.owa, with one a coach. He first went to c.o ach at sente nc e st aUng e ach fact, contains I Verdon w.he re he built up a team ~ Se venty- t.hree Sout h Hig· h, Omah a, t w·e lve "p oints" in five inches of I wh ic h attra cted the atte ntion of -""" ~~ 1 se niors we re to rece·ive t.hei r diplom- sp aoe. " F ilms a r e used for t eachin g S-o uth-easter.n Nebrask a. H e re~ as, December 5. These are the 12 C pui:p ose~ i.n 15,0?0 edu catio.n.a~ ins.ti - ceiv·e d a pr omo~ion. by his elect ion .1 . t utions 111 th e Um ted States. " "A vol- as coach at R apid City, South Dakog ro up i: rn re. canic erup ti on in t he East Indies r e- t ai, w here h e ma.d e h is team famous ~~ --1. ce nt ly d est roye d six vill ages and t hrou g h.out the Black Hill R eg.ion, A not h er new ·exc rn nge 1s the Otoe J ·1·1 d 10 h" , . . . n e 00 p eople." A good way of 1s n ext mov e upward was to Mal1 Consohdated School, ~a m estown,, Ne- 1pres::mti.ng news t o hig h. schoo l stu- vern, Iowa. Again h i,s . t eam. w o.n . HIGH GRAD.El PORTRAITS- P HOTO bras ka. A modest lit tle p ape r, yet deirLs; or t.o any class of people for I r enown. These records combine d ~ FINISHING Studips at Auburn and Peru it co.ntnins_ 18 ~Jnges and is_ full of t hat matter. ' ! to give hi m his present p osition as , Nebraska news of vit a.I i.nte r est to its h.ome Li ncoln P ostm as tor Gillaspie is coach at Yankton , South Dakota,

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The Minerva club, one of the most ing pupils. charge. ~=============== act 1ve ' f res h man c l u bs met Th urs d Hy, With Employer.s The Professiona'l Those m ak ing and operat:ing the ~""'"-~ I D ecember 4, in Miss Peterson's apar t- 1 Teacher Will: puppe.ts a re Virg inia Mathews, P au l SERVICE WITH A SMILE j men.ts. j 1. Le•ave a position during the term Mulhol\a.n.cl, Bill Thomas, Vivia.n . W.hitehill, Estelene P ett it, Alfred a RIGHT • A • WAY j The important busin-ess discus:;ed I of any cont r act only upon f u11 PheJps., M arcelle K elly, Hel en Gil•-'SHOE SHOP 1 I was plans for the next meeting whjch World Famous Newspaper Man R erelease by cue emp oyee; be1,t, Ju.ne Brickell,. Orville Buehler , i will be held December 18. A Christmembers Local Woman M. C. MEDLEY · 2. Expect s u fficient compensatioJ1 P a ul S wo bo.d a, Bertha Newman, Vfr' mas party was p1anried with ·Miss • Lune h to provide a t all .t imes a sat isfac- g inia McNe a1, and Charlotte Carlson. When Bob D avis, for twen t y-five ~~;;~;;;;~;;~;;;;;~;~;;;;~ '1Peterson as re,spo.nsible for tne Ed tory sta.ndard .of living ; and to The plays w ill be directeod by F lor ~~~ n a be s·erved_ and M.arie Krempp, - years editor of the fam ous o1d Mun' mak~·~ p ossib'le adequ ate .savin gs ence Mar t in, Ch.ar\.ot t.e Carlson., Ger· ~ Mays.trict and Virg i.nia Klima on 1 , • • If TY SHOP ' Th.e sey s Magazme now fe ature wnter for the years of .ret irement: aldine Russel, Dorothy Brenner, and

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Orvis Smit h ' given over to reviews of short ston~s; the christening 61 years ago, Bob Dational ideals .not .a.ttai n a b I e 1 and Virgil Bug bee.; mecha.nical effects, Willard-Grant Batteries. ~ ; one rev iew being given by each g1r1 , vis,, :who .never forgot her." t hrough individually direct e.d ef- . P aul Swobo.cla and Ed Sehaefer. Phone 2Q. ' ' p!'esent. E vely.n McKean reported i Thi,s delig hful literary personal{e, fort; Let us check your old battery / o.n "~inda Lonesome" by . Engen,e 1 to whom .more than sixty ~ook~ ha~e 2. Reco.gnize that true .-:o-o Deration In' a talk ab out his trip to HonoCourtn g ht, a story of an Indian bo.y s been ded.ic.ated, was born m lustor1c betwee.n t h e classroom teache r lulu, given· b efore a Central high ~~~-~- life in a government s_c,hooL A story old Brow.nvil'ie. He was t-he !>On of an and the a,dm inistrator is founded school assemb'l y. Mark P arkes, one of . ; from th.e. At lantic Mo.~,thly, kno\~n Episc opa.l clerg.yman _who preach .:'(} upon respect and sympathy for .t heir irraduat es of '27, stated that ;::..em~-'>-~- -.....>"" as "A Ship G oes Dow.n by Gaptam Nema.ha and BrownV1lle and who lateach oth.e•r's viewpoints; the c1ass- out of- a population of over 200,000, ~ Geo. H. Grant was-reviewed. by Vi.r- er . mov·ed to Nevada. It was there room .teacher ackn owledges ad- I there .ar e .n.earlY. 40,000 stu.d.ents in .ginia Klima. Edna Maystnck read : that. the son. grew to •nanhoo~d ~~d ~inifltrat.i.on .ri.g~ts to lea~,e.rsJ1ip j t h e ·va·rious schools. Due t o the a very unusua1 story t.o the club ;,rom , started .on his newspaper c areei: m. m school policies, the admm1st.ra- ! cr.owded co.ndition t here, on1y those Mortician &, "The Best Short Stones of 1925 by C.arso.n City. t ion recog.nizes. the tieacher's rig ht !I g r adu ates of junior h.ig h sc.hools h.avAMBUI,ANCE SERVICE '. O'Brien. T.he n.ame of it was "!1°w During t he two or three years that to self-expresswn and .to democ- in g a scholastic average of 85 per . ll . D.oes It Feel To Be F ree'' b.y Man~el i yollng Bob lived: in Brownville, Mrs. · racy in sch.ool procedure; ce.nt may entei:..jmblic high school. V ' Komroff. Helen Gilbert gave an in- Stephenson and th.e i.nfant's sister 3. Welcome construct ive criticism . This, h oweve:r., is only a t emporar y ~~~· 1' terestrng · · · · ad - 1 arrangement. accoun t o f th · e s.t ory "Flora 1 were devoted companions an d g UJ·ct" and refrain f rom cn'ti cJSrng ~=============== i an-d Fauna '' b.y Henry ·W1lson. Har- ed the sma;ll boy's feet in their first ve.ors~Jy predecessors and col· ~..:::::::.-..:::::::.-~ ! riet Ann Kingsolver reviewed th.e stumbling steps. He r~c!\lls M1s. leagues; _ Th.e P eppy Picture c]ub, a high ~ 'It Pays to Look Well" l'I well-kn own b ook by V an . D yke en- Stephenson vivid1y i.n his e arliest of 4. Seek to b roa.den and to deepen school girl's reserve club, m et at 8: 00 We will give Hot Oil treat~ ~ ; titled "The Fj)'St Chr istmas _'fre~;" "A ; cr.jJdhoo<l p ict ures. Perhnp,s it is this his educat ional equipment t.hr.ou g h Tuesd ay . mo rning , D ecember 1. Due ments and Scientific facials by Ma n Can't Liv·e o.n ~y.acmt.h,s ~y happy faculty ~or remei:nberrn~ t h ose systema-tic readin g, ·s tudy, and ac- to t he absence of the presi.dent and ~ Temple Baily, wh1cJ1 was pnnted m who have befnended. .!nm which h as t ive membe·r ship in local, state vice president, L ouise Sheldon, sponspecial appointments t h e D ecember issue _.of th,e McCal1's 1 made him such.~ p opular · pen;ona~e. and natio nal teachers' orga.niza- sor, t ook charge. After a short'. bus(/ !> · was r eported o.n. by .i;;the! Koser. ~ Just before sail11:g f.or Ku..:ope 1etions. I iness meet ing was held., the remamder RICE & THOMAS ' short stor.y entt1tled T hi s 'Footb.a~_ cently. he took _!.1me to wnce a de- 'Vi th The Coanmu.n_Hy The Pro.fession- ·1 of t he h.o.u r was devot ed to ·a study ~~..:::::::.-.c:::>-..:::::::.-..:::::::. 1 by B r enri,an was reviewed hy M arie ligh.t fully friendly lette:r to Mr_s. - al Teacher Will: of famous pictures. • Krempp. Stephenson a.nd to say to her i h at _ _____ _ Ltlentif.y himself wit.h those so. I Tastef~l popcor.n b alls were served his last official .act on .bis n ative ,lan d }. cia} ~-"""-..-";:-.....-°""',...-"'~-...:::::::,. prOfessio.nal, and civic activ - j Of all t he sa~ disvppomtment:; •by Mi$s Peterson. The clu·b adjour.ned befor e .sa.~ling was t.o t}utogra.p n . a iti·es which the best public opinion T.here is nothing to comp.are KING'S BARBER SHOP J\ i w1'th the ever-growing ;ipirit of copy of his book .and _le ave · orders for Wi th st epping in the darkness I/ 1 N t II supports; Your Patronage 1friendship and comradeship .and all it to be mailed . to her-_ . ~ u~\~', . 2 So conduct himself in a1L1 his r eOn a s tep that isn' t there. · t d J\ . .the members left, anticipating the Mrs. S t ephenso.n is very prou o e · A pprec1a e I/ ' ti I book as well as of seve. r al letter~ lat.i.ons t o th.e p ublic as to foster i h ng "A. n~ b ~c1Y. ca.n do this,'. ' said t e ..nex t mee · · h ~h ancl increase the feelin g of r eBelow Loyal Pn<i rnrncy I I wh,ich he 'h as ~ntten to ei:-· .'"'· e spect for the teaching p rofes- I m agician as he turned h.is ford into ODA.K CLUB . \ has quite a collection of chpp1~gs a te•lephone pole. \ ~~..:::::::.-~-..:::::::,. 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T IO NS I t here are ove r a tho us a nd distinct ' I NTERESTING CONVOCA L • • • C } ENLIGHTENING TRAVELOGUE · IN CZECHOSL OVAKIA ! • F p g One) l sp "e c ies of o r chi.ds m e.ntra Amer. I' (Contmued rom a e (Cont inued From P age One) (Con t inued F rom P a g e On e ) , c lea nsed his ear.s t h oroug.hly wit h ica . There a re man y types of both · • J h played d f tbos wit h th we hear.cl excit e<l exclam ations in a ba ked in t he c om munity oven. The D u;tc h Cle.a.nseor, .and o n n y, . t showy flo w ers a-n e ra · strang e lan.g uage. Two J apanese p eole make· t heir doug h a t h om e a.nd by I{ enent h Yo ung: ~s. pre~:~~ell~ e r i ntere s t ing ~ypes o f ~loss~~· The gentlemen we re gesticulating a.nd t a ke i t to t his community oven to be .d on t h e d r ess he b t h / A tlan t i c slop e IS much rzchei 10 ·fiora j abbedng. We tur.ned. t o look, and baked. This cotta e woman t old us D avis, w h o was r t h a n the P a ci fic s l op e. . g . when T e ddy h ad previously_ T h e r e h a s been much collectmg go. there we saw Fuji, the J apanese she h ad been kep:t very. b us y durmg ,her., telephone~. S he is going :~ 1 ing o n in the .la s t few y~ars by com. ~ountain l~ng fam~d in. song and t he .h arvest se ason w orkin g fo r those t he w e.d ding JUSt . t o s ee Ted<ly - / m e r cial collecto:s , b otam _s ts, and .nat. story, and 1mmorta·h zed m cou.ntless who ow.ned la r g-e r t r acts of land a nd his fi rs t d ress s m t . Ted dy .deter ura lists. In s pit e o f :t.h:is however, pictu res. The sun was just t ouchcoulc;I afford t o hire help . Sh o h~- mined to l ook his l>es t sen ds Joh n ny/ there seems t o b e .no i mmediate dan. ing it s snow-crowned pea k with a self owned j ust a s m a11 pat ch of land. off o n a fa.l&e c lu.e i n se.arch .of t h.e .ger o f extinction of any o f t hese he aven-lent glory. Its long, g entle 'Miss E dn a Weare of the departThe p easants from t he villa ges go Jost dres s s u it .a1nd h ast ily puts . o-n spec ie s . T here are two ru~tinct typf!$ ment of h om e eco.nomics appea red on o.ut to wo r k o.n their small fields . On his ow n . J o h n.n.y r e t ur.n s, ~he zost o f t r op i c al orchi ds : the t errestr ial or slop es fl oat ed .dow n smoothly int o the th e c ampus Monday rl t·h e Wp.i. - .:id•ng p r e, • 1· grou nd growing, .a,n·d ep1p · b ).!tic · inus h·er fam- these field s they r aise rye, potat oes, has .not been f oun..._ ~ or 11 ):>Jue and purple skirts of t he foot- iliar arm brace, which she h as worn barle.y and perhaps some hops a nd sumably c an't g o on fo r Teid-~y ••·•· • · t hose gro wing in t he a ir on tr~ or hills. Here and there a bit of misty si.nce July f ourth. whe n she sustained fl ax. T he t illage is . d one b.y h a nd t ake his s uit off. The chma~ is o t her p.lants. T h e wors.t enemy of cloud nestled lov.ing ly ag ainst the a sur.g ical fr actur.e in her rig ht wit h t he exception of t he p lowing r ea ched w h e n the t~J.ephone :rngs. the orchid is t he cockro ach. . great mo.u.nt ain, or flun g itself gaily s.h oulder, the fr actur e being caused which is usuaI!y .do.ne with a plow I n tur.n a ll a n swer it a.nd d rop the about its shoulders like a d ancer's ; by the overturning of her c ar. d rawn by a n ox or two. T.he grain r eceiver in dismay. It is Teddy who : scarf. W e felt with Millay, 'Oh is cu t wit h a scythe. tied in t o pun- 1 learns t h e-fac·t s. T h e w edding is o ff! 1· ~~-~~ world, I can.not get thee close The r egular monthly meet ing of th.e dies b y' h and a nd t hen sever.al bu.n- 1W h y? T he minist e r inju red. h is b a c ) e.11-0ugh.' To our souls there came a Facult y Dames will be held on Thurs- .d,Jes are t ied- tog et her t o m a ke a ; when h e slippe.d o n a bar o f s o ap as / bit of vision, Fuji stood above its day afternoon wit h Mr,s. Verne Chat.e- shock.. The thr-es~ing is d one b y h-e was taking his ____ b ath.! ~ pla ins alone, no:t as a miser dra ws l ain. Mrs. J. C. Chatelain a n.cl Mrs. sp readmg t h;e. gram .on a floo r, ushimself apart. nor yet as a priest, but J. W. Tyler will act as .assistant host- ually in the b;:trn and b.e ating ft with T R I B ETA PROGRAM rather as one lifted .ab.ove, flun g free esses. fla ils. Flails are lo.ngf woo. d en clubs . u ed From ,,. . · t h· h . h (C on tm Page One) , S elected from ..our stock will f as·t ened t o .a p1e c ~ -0 1ea e r w 1c of t he sm allness of life, as t.he soul . . . i . must feel wh en i t leaves this mortal J'he Po~riter records t he election of ser ves as a h andle. Oxen .are )TIO!lt I tween t h e siz.e of the nngs ~f the ~ be appre~ated ones. body an.cl .g oes to God, its m aker. . Mrs. J essie Mar.dfa, an alumn a· of . g en e:r ally used for all the work i.n I trees a nd _t he e ffects .of t_h.e c h mate. I We s ell m o re Christma s c ards "A quietneS!l of contempation fell Per~ S:tate. Te achers Colleg e, to the. t he fields and for drawing t he cum- j ?rowth _of t he tree p~act1cally stops /l than all o t her stores in town. up ?.n t he throng· of p eople, u.ntil the i chair of W orthy M'atr on of t he local bersome wagons. Only t he r ich folks ! m t he w m t e r. Th: ~pr:ng .g rowth de~ (( That's why y ou h ave so many swish of the ropes a:nd the soft lap- ! Order -Of t.he E astern Star . h iwe hors~ and -we saw one t rac.t.017 i ~~.nds 0 ? t h e precipita·~ion of t h e p r e to selec t from HERE. pi.ng of t he little w a v·es . against the at w.ork on a large estate w hich must I VIOU S winter . S n ow lS much m o re ~ wh arf, remi.n<led us that this was 'Te.ac.her: " Where were you born ?" have belonged to some rich land J benefic ial t han r ain. really Japan. I M. J enki.ns: "I.n Iowa." owner. . Dur.i ng t h e- sp r ing w.h en t h e tree > Ther e were shouts of greeting and i T each.er : "What p ar t? " · . E ach famil y owns at least fi ve or is m a ki ng its greatest g rowtn t he t h.e cr eaki n g .of gang pl an ks. The 1 lVt J en k ins ; "All of me." six g eese. The chiLcl.re n go out ev- cells ar e. lig h t i n col or , thus formi,ng fi rst thing th at we noticed we1'e .the ery d ay and be r d the geese. o.n t he the rin g. If t h e co.nditio n s of .t .emki mon as, all i.n d ark col ors, ' the wornDear Mr. Heck: Why is it that village. commo.ns. Tqey enjoy the per atut r e, moisture, a nd .gro w i n g s ea- .-~~~~ en i.n .browns an,d b1 uec, t he me.n in E va K imse.y g ets such g oo.d g rades w.ork because they c a-n get toge;the\l.' s on a r e i:d:e.ntic a l from yea r to year black, with here and t h ere t he g ay a nd I study so h ard .and d on't sue- and have m uch f un pla.y ing g ame s the ring s w ill .b e idenit c a l i n size. W e S atisfy That Appetite. kimona of a lit tle child. Be.hin.d the i ceed ve•ry well ? Is it because of her and talking w hile t here geese g raze.. Howeve r, there is al ways some variB ROWN 'S EAT SHOP . ~ cr owd s t ood .the lon g line of j inrik- 1g·ood looki>., s uperior intellect or giit The 0JC.e1· .girls a nd women sorne- ~tion wi: h a c or respondi ng v ari atio n ~ sha men i n t heir black, t ig ht fit .ting, of gab?- M. Nelson. time g·o out on th~ village common 10 :t.he size of t h e rin g . L a-ck of Pho n e 63 _ Deliv eries at 10 p . m . /\ ac r obat-li ke unforms, and baslfet h ats -·- and c ut gr ass which t hey car ry h om e m01sture caus es small ri ngs., an.d a n /) V fo r all t he world like inverted chopW e .u nder tand that L ouie Jorgen- i n larg e b askets on their backs. They a b u.n d 1>,nce of 111;oi,sture lar g e r i n g s . · I{ · · .g r o.u ps a.nd seem .t o Pcu 1p · 1us n.ngs . by ping bowls . S-0011 we w er e bar g ain- .c..<rn wro t·e t o M ary L ane and asked usu u·1ly g o m a r e c aus~d too >~~-<::::::.--~ · i.ng with t hes e same jinriksh.a · men. 11er if g irls liked col'l"P.ite.d boys bet - ha·ve a go.od t ime w hile t hey w or k. great contNtsts is season,s. .M issin g ~================~ In J ap an p r ices a!'e fix ed as a ru1e,, ter than the ot her kind. Now what T raveling is quite s.low out in the r ings also .oc c u r . T hese a re c a u sed ~~-~~~~--<::> and there is no b argaining, b ut when we would li ke• .t o kno w is j ust w ha t cou.nt r y. P eople do n ot , use c-ars as b y t he m erg ing of t h e rings i.n th e t.he boats co me ii\, the p rices g-0 up, other kind he mea ns. . t hey d o in our cotmt r y. If t he· vil- fall of t_he ye 3'r, b u t t hey c a n be lo- ~ L ONE EAGLE ~ fo r the t ourist thinks t hat h e m ust lag ers want. t o g o t o t he city th,ey c ated with a ccura c.y. Can dy Bars 3 for IOc . always d r ive a bar gain wit h each purL. T ro ia ; " Can' t you t ell t ime?" usua1Iy w.a.Ik or :Per .hap s ride a biThe last rep or t w as p r esented b y /\ a t the · t h e 0 n·en t . Th e J ap ?..~e$e B. Martin ; "No, my fol ks a-re f or- cycle. Bessie Marti n. S he c h ose f o r .her (( 1: h ase m i= CANDY have wea ried in ar g ui.n.g abou t it , eig ners.'' Modern char acteristics and cust oms topic . "?,~chi~ Colle.c ~ing in C e n tra l fl KITCH E N t.b.erefore they ple.ase t he tourist . are more appar ent in cities b u t Ame·n ca. M iss Ma rt i n st a ted tha t . -------~-" , _, . , _ - " - -!l . n l. n Zoe N. ; "Wh at are we going to do ~s ?~e looks a·r ound, t he ol.d Gothic ~-~~~~-~· Dr. Alfred Crago, who will be lo.ng · b d f f ~~memll ere as a ormer member o le co ege facuty here, and w ho la.bored so dilig ently to secur e a chapter of Kappa Delta Pi for Per u S.tate, has just recently been selected as fo r the chapter in t he Univers1t y of Florida. Members ,h er e are d oubly gl a d t hat Dr. Crago is a . char ter member of Beta Mu :;h ap ter and wish hi m w ell in his n ew a dventure.

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Bentno-dori, . lo.ng famo us for its silks \Ve w ant to congr.atul ate t he Glee T he o1d fas hi o.ned p olite fo r n: ~f irncl it.s lacquers. We passed .between club members t h at took p ar t fu t he greeting is sti11 very char acter1:;tic t he ca n.al ~.n.d t h e Jo.ng str eet c alled op er a. We .think we sho uld be given of t he people. They .use so m any Mo tomac hi, w it h . i:ts eq ually fam ous c.o me thi ng for list enin g to them p r acpolite a nd complim ent a r y ph~ as es tl at cameos a.nd ·emb r oideri es. He re a n.d tice. (Mcni'i.on i.ng no names of 0.ne fi nds ,h imself at a loss of what there a Brit is f . h aberh a£hery sign course) , but thin ki ng of Si Irwin nn d to s ay in answer. T he people workma.d'S .us consc.ious of t h at f ascinat ing L. Colema.ri . i ng in t he stor es and restura.nts do mingl ing of E ast an d W est. W e r oc<l - not have a v ery b upiness-like attitude. UD .on t he Bluff, wh ere t he foreig n.Don ald T yler offere d .us a quarte r They are very p erson.al and . a so ine;·s had establi<.hed t hemselves, a bove to keep .hi n ame out of .this column . stin cti.vely use :the polite fo r m, takthe ins ani t ar y .dit ch.es an·d t he odors AlthougJ1 th e quarter w as entk ing ing th.e attit ude of serv a nt,s. of the c.itv b elow. Th ere we h a.cl a we hereby g ive notic e t hat to us th e Much of t his p olite.ness h a d its orlu.n ch of ·pbe as?1nts, rem ar k?. b}y <le- power of t he· press mea.ns the "Free- ig in back in feuda l times w.hen ser· li cious after our eleve.n days of sea- ·d.om of th.e P ress." vant s .b-e'longed to a· fa mil y, r eceiyfar in.g. ing tittle p ay fo r thei r servic.e13 bu·t "T.bere I will be ob1i.dged to leave G IR L'S RESERV.E. be ing t aken c are of by t h eir employ~' O U, in t he comfortable h ome of ~ T he P eppy Pict ure club, a h.rig.h er. Therefo re tlre servants fe lt f mission ary, where yo u m ay di.ne .up- I school Girl's R eserve club, met at person al gratitu.de toward t heir emon str 2.nge fr u.i ts and sea foo d, and • 8:00 T uesday mo rnin g, December 1. ploy er and expres:;ed. it g r acious11r. where yo u m ay be -ente rta'ined wit h Du·e to t he absence of th.e p resident Some of t hese o1d f amily serv ants .ar € count less f ascin ati ng tal es. :'.n d vice president, Louise Sheld o.n, still to be found in the m-0re pros·· " Did I li ke J a:p a.n? Yes I loved it. sponsor, t ook ch arge. After a short p er ous households. W ere t he p eople ld n.d t o me? Yes, busines,s meeting was held, t het re.Most of the hotels are qui te modextremel y so. Is J ap::i.n be~.•1tifu l ? m ain.de r of t he hour w.as .devoted to eir.n but t he baseme.nt of t he " llotel Yes, t hril.l i.;!g'l.y beaut if ul, in her .·1 st u dv of fa mous pi ctures. Got.den Goose" is still k ept up in t h c> 111ou ntains.. sea, and fl owers,· and oJ<l-fashi-0.hed style with its 1on r nga in i.n t h e lives of .her true heros wooden tables,, quai nt ot.d! ch airs and nn.d .i n h er count less fine me n a.nd odd ch ar acterist ic desig ns p aint ed on women. Bu:t behind the serious, tense the walls. Typical Czech foods are · f aces we ofte.n saw hear ts of dust a.nd served at t.his hotel such as g.o ~ ashes, and we s e.nse.d t he frnmernori.al dumplin gs, r ich soups, delicious t ar t s, st.ru ggJe af te r t hat whic.h t rue Chrisand cak es .a.n.d omelet wh.ich realty reti ans h ave m ost n ea rl y attr..ined. &emble.s• o ur bes:t sponge c ake, O.n.e ch ?.racteristic w.hich. is t ypical of the " Off t.he co:t of Asia, 'mid the migh ty people as w hole was especially .noocean ticeable .in t h e wait ers at this pl ace. Lies a.n Isl a n.d Kin gdo m, stra.n gely Th at w as t ha t .th,ey were n ever i.n a fa irand brig ht; hurry. W e sometimes became q ui te Ere the r is in g su.nheams to.uch the imp.atient beca.use it took t h.e m so Asi a n hi g hlands, lon g to s~rve us. A.II her isl es a.re g low ing in t he momT h e people living in :t he city d.o ing lig ht. not meet and visit in t h eir h om es. F irst t o catc h th e ra.dience of a In stead, t h ey meet at some coff-ee brig hter su nrise, sh 0p and visit over t h eir coffee, roll~ lsbn.ds of th e mor n.ing, bea utifu l and t ar ts. One interes.ti,n g thing w e J apan. exp e r i.e 1~ c ed at o.ne of the!'<e p l ace ~ w as t hat we e ach h a d t o keep count "At t he gut-es of Asi a, for emost·woof. of the numbe r of ro lls and tarts w e her nat io.ns, 11 a.te from t h e pl at.fu t vy hich. h.ad be e.n God has set his peop le, in His p laced .on t h e t abJ.e. T his again indei:o us plan. volves that old perso.n al ide a. Chi,na's tc ming myri ads :md Korea's Th e i nlan d location and t h e strict mill ie>.ns, g·overnment of Czechos}ov a·k..ia b eWait for !•.er to le.n.d t he m to t he :Son fo r e 1918 is · perhaps . responsib le fo r of ma n. 1 the preserva t ion .of these old ideas ·t o Rise to meet t,hy missio.nr h aste to some extent. However, the p e op le cl aim th y c a1tin.g, seem to .h a ve such, .a g reat love f or. Ha il His comi ng ki ngdom, beautifol t h eir _historic past t h at perh aps the•v J ap an." h ave no desire to alte r the ir c.ondi(from a hymn b.y A. B. ~imp s o n) tio.ns and customs.

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1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 9-10  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 9-10 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

1930-1931 Peru Pedagogian Issues 9-10  

1930-1931 newspaper issues 9-10 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska. Pages are split in half due to large page size.

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