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PERU DOWNED BY <;OTNER NATIONAL HEALTH DAY TENNIS May 2 ,is Nat'ion.al Children Health W ednesday. afternoon Per\li . was Day. All over th.e U.nited States down e d .by Cotne r in the first ten'nis schools a nd dubs are making a great His ·mat ch of the season, 4 to 2. ·The effort .to give to children more atDr. K ing Ret urlng to f ellow s did their best, but the per- Senior Class of High School To Be tentiorr than ever .before in regard Mater siste nce of the opponents kept Peru Commended to their health .and welfare. • The Auburn Wins First With Peru Prep . held d own \ o only two · . matches. Training school ~s arranged an obSecond, Pawnee Third T his a nnounceme n t comies t o m ost : "Sli m~ W ellman. with his ; t cady driv"M Aid' p R ' k ,,, servance of that d ay Mn Monday 1 of our d d ' t' t • ' · . '!'. en · IC S'· .w. you p 1ease.. • ' I . : ea ~rs .as a l s m e sur prise, 1n g came out on top in his singles j AnJ. not a . peep O•Ut of you sir n'o t April 2, there w'ill be a free cli.nic Coac.h R alph Hig gins, A!Ulburn Hi.gh an.d .1t IS ;nth r e al regret t~at . we m atch .. ~ . to,, 1 against G. .?ardner. a peep!" ' ' for all childi-en of pre·- school a.nd I School t r acksters captured first place publish t h1s :iews, for Dr. Kin g has T h e'o Shm Wellman and Danger- ! How well the se.niors, of Per.u High school age, up to Junior Hig h in the Southeast ern. Nehraska associa· w?.n a place m the he arts of t hose ous Lou" Jorg enson took their Scho ol· proved to us OJl t he eveni ngP school .age, from 9 ·t ilJ 12 a, m. Th.e tion track and field meet held on the Wlth. whom h e h a:s worked. .We all doubles match afte r a long hard of April 16 that "C pp ,, 't I chifdren m ay ha e a .thor o.ugh phy- Per.u oval l ast Sa.turd.ay afternoon -1-.... h im ' · his new pos1·t·10.n, • fi g ht 2 t o 1 against · ' monster, a ybutwasn vv ""1 w· e 11 . ~ G. Garadner and ~r u el hea rted a softa II sical examina_tion, including e ars. wit b.i tota 1 -0f 53 3-J.4 pcftn ts-. professor of Enghsh and h e ad of d: - Weare. The o t her fellows fought hearted, se ntiment.al, a;nd dotering Ieyes, th ro at, nose a nd dental ch eck Peru Prep to,ok second honors with ,Paratme n.t at Asbury C ollege . W1l- h ar<J , b u t they we re bested by Cot- father . ups . The foll owing staff will be 34 5-7 points; P a wnee. Cit y, third m ? re, K entu ck.y , but regret t hat he n e r . "Capp.y" was .uniu.siually well por- i.n char g e: ' with 21 1-7 points, Nebrask a · City, will not l?e w 1th us n ex t .y e a r . H e PERU - COTNER tra.yed by Archie Vosberg. He .M-e.ddcal Doctors: Dr. E. Cline, foul!'th 16 points ; Hu.mhoi'dt, fifth 14 will continue at P e ru t hroughout Singles star t ed! t he play at a fast tempo and Auburn; Dr. E~ .McAleer, Pel'lu; Dr. 4-14 oi,nts and Tecumseh sixth with this com in g s umme r and will t a ke up Pl aye rs Wi.nnner kept · it the.re thro.ug hout the even- V. V. Van ce, Peru. 12 6-7 p-0 int s, 1 i-n g. Never o.nce ·did t he i\lusion that .his n ew d u t'ies at Asbury C olle g e P eru- W e Jlm an __ 2 7 6 Ezye, Nose .and Throat : Dr. D. D. Aub.urn a,n d Peru Prep tied with next fall . Cotner - G. Gardner6 5 2 Peru h e was g rand .old Cappy R,i cks break Stonec ypher, Nebraska City; Dr. B. first p lace posi t ions, eac.h ·annexing AShu,ry College is loca ted i n t he Per u- Nic k-el .., ---- - 5 3 Cotner down, A. S mi th, Au.b.urn. fi ve. Davison, P awn ee City, was hi gh very h e art of the blue-grass co'lll!ltr y C ot n er-F. Gardner __ 7 6 ·Cii p p y's one p 111 rpose i.n life w.as his Den t al: Dr. A . E. Johnson, Per u, point man· of t he meet, scor ing 16 6·7 of Kent uc ky, and is sixte en miles Peru..-M.ason ----- - 2 6 Cotner d ii.:u,g h te.r Florence, played by L a- Dr . N. Si. H ar ajian, P eru.: p oints, while Andrews of Auhurn was from Lexington,, whe re the K e n - C otner - B r y an - - -- 6 8 ' V.e:rn e Se t:;z,er. sp ontanecrusty an.& deAt t wo .in t he afternoon of the secon.d wit h 15 6-7 p oints. . t ucky S tat e University i.s situated. P eru- Andrews _____ 6 3 5 Cotner J.ig htfully. same ·d ay, the parents will b,e enter- - Six records were broken, three of Dr.. King's w ork there sho uld be very C ot n e.r- Weare - - - - 4 6 7 ' Never h ad Cappy been actively t ained wit h the fo llow'lng program: Rh od us .of Peru w.as four inches betin.teresting a nd p leasa nt as he a t Doubles opp os e·d un t'il Matt Peasley appeare d', 1 Cli·iidren's Charter__ Eva Ki.nsey ter t h ll.n his nea rest ri val in t he hj gh t ended Aslruiry C ollege for f our years, Peru- W ellman, Jorgenson and .Matt was as fier,y -tempered and 2 " A L esson"- 3r d and 4th Gra:des j ump while F is her, F el1U qu.ar te.r -mile r eceivin g his A B. Deg ree fr om 6 3 7 Per u as red-headed as Cappy himself. Di r ect ed by_ Miss McCoy led. the fi el d in t.his e ven t by 15 .ya rds. there .and r emained t here a.n addi- Coit n e r- G. Gardner, Weare Hen·r y R ails1hack as Matt dad a ver.y 3 P ageant ______ lst and 2nd Grades Th e summary: tional .y ea r as a n instructor i,n .E n g 3 6 5 ~atu raJ piece of work, seeming ·e:niDirect ed b.y Mi.ss Gard 220-Hur d.les - Wh eeler, Auburn, lish and ·d eb.ate. Dr. Ki n g 's t e aching P eru- N ic'ke l, Scha fer t1rely at ease. 1upon the st ag,e-. He 4 · He th Problems of the Sc.hool fi rst; Math.i.s, Tecumseh, secon:d; L ausc.hedu le consists of a. f resh man c·om • 3 2 Cotner reall y lived .the p~rt,. hut also w.as Child, - - - - - - --- -- - Dr. E. McAleer derba'ck, Hu m boldt, third, .Maynard, ,..·to I · an ad vaneed composi- Cotner- F. GaJ"dner, Bryant co;nscious .o f difficult stage situ.at'ions 6 Happy La.ruL_5th and 6th. Grades Ne.bras ka City, fo wrth. Time 29.l no"1 nl c ass, . . a g eneral D.1rect ec1 b y Miss S•ug<l. - e n and -ti. f _ S homores 6 6 ena bl'mg ,hi m to contro 1 t h em. secon d s. on c ass or ''I op · · t ' ' • t L ' t·ara ·1 M a tt p eas Ieys • R e d· D'.1 amond· :Sih'1p,. Miss Arn 880-ya r.di run-And rews, Aub.urn, t _,, course c a lled n r vuuc ion o 1 ..., • 1 . . . . . fi s · h IS b k c· _, " l · d t y a pmg Co., besides prov1dm g hvely rst ; rrut.! , e r as a 1ty, secon:u ; ture. ~ c ~ss m rmo e r n ~o e r • . I . , competiti.on for C appy's Blue Di aCc1Ult er, Auburn, thi r d; Su tori.us, cl~ss .10 J..CYUirna ism,The: : a:ene ~ I mond Co ... also m aid.e it p.ossible for I Hum boldt fo ur t h. Time 2 min. 14 s ec· V1ctonan poetry. . . . · F lorence, u.nder an assumed name. to o.nds. (New r-ecord1.) other f u ll time English teache r s- in 1 lear.n to know and love Matt Peasley. Broad J.ump- Rhod;us, P eru, first; the departme n t . Th e speech dep ar t - New Hea d s fo r English a nd Biology The si huati on g rew more and more I Loude r back, H umb.olclt, second; Bohl, 1 ment is h eld ~'istinctly sep arate. Departments complicated as· the' play pro.gressed, --- , Auburn, third·; Good,h ardt, HumAfter Dr. K~n.g le~t As~ury Cellege l . andi it took nice old Mr Skinner to "The Importance of Being Earnest" 1b.oLd't, foui·th. Dist ance 19 ft. 1,5 in, he h.eLd. a pos1t10.n ~ Ohi~ State ! or Georg·e w. Smi,th of University, .straig h t.en tbin gs out. He not -0nly I Presented I J.avelin T hrow- Daviso,n, Pawnee two yea.rs as a n assistant 1n Eilghsh. Vir g inia, h as been elect ed t o fill the i r evealeidl t o Matt hi s swe et hea.rt's Cit y, fi rst.; Bl oun t , Auburn, second ; From there h e w e nt to H oughton vaca n cy in t he hea dship of th.e Eng - r e al identity! but influ.en.c·ed him i.nt o ''The Importance of being E arnest' ' Andrews, Aiub.u rn, thi r d; Coult er, College, Ho.u ght on, New Yo r k, as lish d epartment. Mr. Smit h has the Jetti.n g Cappy thin k th at be had was well p-0r t r a yed in the t r ivi al AubuJ-n, fourth. Distan ce 145 ft. 6 .head of the En g lish department and deg rees of A. B., and .Al.. M ., fro.m w on. Wendell Fisher as Skinne r w as comedy for serious people, presen t ed i.nch es. 1 Gettysburg P rofessor of E n g lish. . Co lleg e, Gettysburg, fine, arid his char acterization .bal- Fri.da y evenin g . The pl ay cent ered 880-yard Rel ay~Au.burn, first ; Dr . .Ki.ng b as be en. act.'lv e o~ P eru P.en.ns.y lv a n ia, a n.c1 wi ll .be awarded .an ced the p.arts o ~ M at t and Gapp.y arou.nd an En g lish home, th.e first Per.u, seco nd; Tecumseh, third:; Necampus this past year a nd w ill. be the Ph. D. d eg ree from the Univer- as it was meart to do. sc·e:ne bei,n,g in London a nd the second brask a City fourth. Time 1:42.8, missed by all. He h a s tak en a lively s ity of _ Vir g i nia, st ate ·o f Vir.ginia, T~·e h o'?e of Cappy's existence w~s aru:l third in t he gaTden at the Mano r Shot p u.t-:-M· Pu g h, P eru, first ; interest i,n sports, .an d b as h ad1 ch a rge at the J1U ne commenceme.nt. Mr. Cec1J Pericles Bez:nar<l1. Even a f erti.- Ho.use, Woolton. J u r gensmeie r, A1Uh.urn, second.; P arkof the volley ball to ur:n ame n t th~t Smith h as been a successful i.nstruc;- Jiz,er bo at c o:uLdi n<>~ chan ~e Cec~ls' Mixed i.dentit ies and permission fo r I e r, P awn~ e City, third~ Flemin g Nearoused S-O muc..h inter.est lately. His to r in En g lis.h at Gettysburg Colleg e, Eng lish ;'ays or his bur:mng des:re marriag e were the main probJ.ems bra~ka. C1 t y, fourth . Distance 44 feet fig,ur e has bee n a fam il'lar one , o n an:d a t A llegh eny C o.lleg·e, Mea dville, for Goldie Glake, the chorus g1 ~~· for the cast, .and they succeeded i,n 4.~ mches. (N_e w Record.) I ' · and si·nce 1927 has Ha r old Sto lt z :to-0k the p art of Cecil brin gi n g the pla.y to an end with the 120-yard Hi gh Hurdles-Wh.eeler, 1·8 courts this sp rin g . .Much p 1 th 't e enn. e nnsy v a.ma, . · bl c ·1 fi L ·-' b k N' of h.is time has bee.n spent o n. com- I bee n a•n ~nst r u·ctor in Eng lish at t.b.e . :i.nd di d ii.dm1ra y. . e~1 was a pro.p er; tempo whic.h aided in givtng Auhmrn, . rst; auuer ac ' mge1· ' tt h as the cu rriculu m com-- 11 U . 't f Vi ginia . He is a large poi;t1on ·o f t he comic 'eleme nt a ver.y fitting .and final ci'imax to the and Uhn .all of H111mboldt, second,, m1·t~, ees, sue. . I '!vers.1 y o T d ba'rman of th e stuid.· . f K Phi• K a ppa and of the p iay, an d M r. St o It z s aw t 0 1•t. production. t h'1r.d. a. n d f our th . T'.1me 18.7 second s . m1 vee, an ' as c 1 m ember o appa . · th ,a·1 d 'd 't m·ss a / · (N R· t d) 1 ent government committee. Ever.y- P hi Beta Kapp a. Mr. a nd Mrs. Smith t h at e a•u . .ence .' ~ n The c ast wal? ve ry unUS1Ual in t h at ew e co , " . . , k h as bee n . t t h n 1a u g.h. Cecil s sw eetheart w as ably rc o 10.0-.yar d Dash-.Miath1s, Tecum11 tinued on Pag e 4) K h 1 w ere Dr. mg s wor . r wi ll a rri v e in P eru p r wr 0 e ope ·t ed by Ruth H anlon . . . seh first · Dav ison Pawnee City sech'1g bl Y C(}mm.ended · · g of t h e C-0 JI eg e i.n · Septembe r · / p oi ' • m A r aty Lucy w h.o did ,her best to well. The scene for the second .f!ct ond' · S ult' bau g h P'eru: third · LngerMuc.:h 'int e.:e~ t has. b een aroused m w · f L' ol N ebrasun · ' ' • ' ' 0 ., held j J o.h n M . mter , me n h D c o,ntrol b.e.r brothe r, the ' '1Uncon- was t h e best gard en set that h as ever soil, Aiuburn, fourt h. Time 10.9 sec-

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D r . Kmg's discu:sion grou.ps 1 1 ka, has bee.n e lected h ead ~f t e e- tro ll'able Capp.y Ricks,'' was re alisat his .home, and _i n the c_l ass ~f ~~ I p a r tment of B'i olog.y a n.cl will assume tie a ll y pl ayed b y Irene V anderford lege stude.nts he IS teaching · ch arge of that d ep ar tme nt/ Sep tember We will never for g.et Rex Wilson Met:ho.d1st Sunday School. The r e are (Continued on · Page 4) d his memo r a ble line about '"10 f eeJ that they. .have <lean ' uc ky." The ·enJoyment · many W1 · h • . his tea chin a nd ".dlu.ck.:w of rived great benefit from hls tli;o ug t ti ? c'. ly modern .18 H'' g , th d 'ence at this utter a nce for1 stimulating talks. distmctl y ~ffeyti ve: . is c as~s :;e e a u ~r Wilso n's .t aking such That, ab.ove all, is what .be does l both very ms.t ructive a nd ~nJoya e. I f:v~. ' wit h t he script of the p lay. best- stimulates thought. And teachWhen he sp ok e of leaving , Dr. , 1 ~ ies busi ness like lawyer Mr . ing the thougnt process is the fi rst King smiled and s aid. that / h e ~er- 1 . ~r very well -played by H owand main goaJ of edu.cation. Dr. King tainly wo~ld ~o ~ar before . fi.rl~~g I \Sil.~,g;~~tlt~h.o did a delig h tful biit is extremely w ell-liked in the class- , .a com.rnum t y k mdher o r . f nen i~r I a r . Jn.d~rstanding Cappy and room The floor is always ope n for t h an Per1lt. We· thank .h im for this j b.y mis . h' . t a fin e wrath dis~sions, and class periods ar.e de- I a nd .ce rtainly h_o? e he is successful t hus sendm gw .i~t~n e~ exce~tionan; 1ightfu11y i.nformal at all times. in h1s new p os1t10n. j T h e p la y ~ g

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inter est i ng and comments favor ably t d t heir love of t r ees has : for Col. Majors' house w as bur.ned hy m ter es an . If y ou upo n t he ne w t ense.ncy to excuse I . k l>ecome,,·a blessmg to us. f \ A. M. Medley, but no ot her bric w as want to see the heart and mind o stu:dent~ from req.uired courses when e x.am in.a tfons, t h ey successfully p ass \ bur.ned the,re. Mr. Majors and .Mrs. Mr. Morton- j ust Io·o k around y ou. · k U · · The .C hro nicle -Of D u e mv~ty C. P. Neal state that the brick f or PHILO t akes t he stand t hat "the soonerb _st~ 1 the old church was m ~ by H. M . "lo held a short lYut v e r y ente,r- d t ma v c h oose the'ir own SU Jects Ph .Mears jus t east of the lumber ,y .ard• .' -.:.i•a y • A pril 14. f oern sstu.dY"' ~nstead o f l a b onng · taining prog r am '1TI.. ,i. 11our;su; ~'th J . W. McAdams states that t he first The programs for the rest of the subjects i n w h ich tJieyh ,have noti·lO· brick made in Penu wer.e made by his year ar e to be l·n charge of the new t er:est • t h e sooner s ue . accusa ons · father -'in-law, Mr. Winkleman, in t he second semester membe rs . .They are t h.at t he c o llege ed ucationa1 syst.em late fifties. This brick yar.d is said d ivided: into groups, and eac h g roup j is f a llin g will c ease.,. • 1 to have been located in the east part v1ll nrese.'lt a. pr.ogram. Leota Davis ~ · f th. n r o gr am I ~ 0 · .of town whe.re H-0ward Blankenship .,, d H'. i• m ·1; .ts • - . I ~

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now lives. g rT o uh:· fi rst par t of t he p r ogr am was OU Th e W·o r ld HeraId S·r ti"c le , except musical. A m ale quartet te, ~::;~ N ECKL ACE S A ND BEADS t he brick yard part, follows: p rised of Lero.y Webb, Carl E pr ice d from 50c up )', the Year-5c single copy. Architects and contractors who s on, Lewis ThompS-On and D ana /\ Discriminate between J ewelry I/ visit Peru/ seat of the oldest normal Schn'ieder sang three n iu mhers: (/ S t ore jewelry and so- called schooI west nf the 'Mississippi river, 1. Flow Ge.ntly S weet Afton. 1" • ' ar.e always attracted by the beaiuty of 2. Stars of the Summer Njght . ~ IOc store jew elry MER.NA BROWNSON --- ------- --------------=----------EDITOR the " cher ry brick," incorporated in 3. The Bac'ksliding Brother . HERE N OW KENNETH YOUNG ______ ____________ _} _________ BUSINESS MANAGER th e walls of the Christ'ian church, f.or Carl E ric kson and R-0se Mary ~ ~============================:!:::==== the brick are remark able for beauty Dolejs played two s~xaph.one duets, ~ STAFF ASSOCIATES of color and strength of texture. ''The End of a P erfect Day," and ~ Th.ey are all that are le~t of a lo~t ".College D.ays," wh:ich the .audience .. BLANCHE B,AST ____________ :_ ____ :.. __________ SOCIAL, FRATERNITIES landmark of old Peru•. St. Mary S. full y app r ecited. The whole group fi church. which f~r 35 years stood as a then p resent ed a very elev.e r p ~n- ~ ( Where your money b uys mor e) I C.A'.ROLIN1F ...CALp.ER __:_ __ ~-·~ ------- ----------- - - ----- ------ --- JOKES mon·um ent o~ .Pio11eer ~ lahor. It was tomine read by Marion D iUer W1th ~.--r::~-..-:::::.<m-~-~~-~AILEEN COX - - --- - - ---------- --- ----------- Y. W., C. C. A.. W: A; A: .1 11emark~hle. for its !i;iegat ive q.ualitie~, , t he following cast: . HELEN GILBERT ---- - ------ ------- - ------- - ----- ----- --- - - MUSIC inasmuch as there ne ver was a res1r I Evelyn ---- ---- - - - F r a nces Burhn g OPAL GROVER IGH SCHOOC NOTES J dent min~ster, .n ever more than five . Ralph - --- - - ------- - Carl .Er'.ic kso.n · ----- - --- ----------- - - -'--------·- .H comm1mican ts, and never a marriage ~ Her bert - --------- Lewis Thompson WILMA JACKA - ---- -~-- - --------------- ----------- ~ ~ - GIRLS' CLUB or confir.mation servjce performed ! Mother --- ------- R ose Mary D olejs E. ALBIN LARSON ----------- ------------ --------- - - - ' MANUAL ARTS ·1within its walls, .and it was on~ th.e l · T he atmosphere was t c r eated by 1scene of one funeral, t hat of T emas thunder, rain, and storm effects ba~k VIRGINIA McNEAL - -------·- -------- ---- - ------ --- - DRAMATIC CLUB !Gr een, who .o nly 10 yea11s before ha.d stage. Time.. fled. d u.ring t he s~1t, T ASTIE BITE SERV E D RIGHT 1 H.ENRIETTA MCNOWN --- --- - - - - - ----- ----- --- ------ - ---- EXCHANGE : been its chief donot . visible clock h.a.nds wildly chasm g Dormitory l Op .m. FLORENCE MARTIN __ ____ _: ___________ ___ ___ __ __ ______ _____ SPECIAL l In his first report, i.n October, 1866. e ach oth er. The therm-0meter rose ~ . Phone 63 ; B'ishop Cla;kson, of the diocese of so r.apidly during one tense emotional -<::::::,.,~..::::::,..~~ MARJORIE MENDENHALL ---- - -- ----------- - - - - - FRESHMAN CLUBS ' I St. Mary's as a scen.e. t h at is pr esently d'i sa.ppeared 1 Omaha, speaks of UETTY PANCAKE -------------------- CONVOCATION, ART, FRATS. st at ion ''where services p eriodical or at t he t op of the stag·e. GLADYS RUDDY ________ ___________CALENDAR, ALl.JMNil, ART CLUB i occasional are hel<,i by the bis.hop or The program was concluded with I clergy of the territ ory ." Rev. Dr. viol'in solos by F rancis Burling, "I j A. E. JOHNSON , D. D. S. KENNETH YOUNG ------------- --- - -------- ----- ---- - ---- ATHLETICS I Oliver laid the COl.'nerstone of .the Love a Lit tle Cottage," and "The X-RAY SERVICE J. W. TYLER --- -- - ---------- ---------- ------ --- - - - -- F aculty Adviser . , church in 1868 an<l it was completed Prayer P erfect." Leota Davis. accom- ·~ the following year at a cost, exclusi.ve pani.e.d her -OJn t.he pia.no. It was PHONE 36 EDITORAL ma jority i:n. Cong r ess nor is .it at all of donati-OIJIS of labor a,n d material, of ce rtainly an e njoyalhle pr.ogram. A NEW PLAN likely that they could get two-thirds $2.800. ' 11 • • .~~=~~ ~ . For a w:hile, the 'c hurch ·served ""as E XCHANGES Well, the excitement is over. It is of the St ates to call for a const1tu' ,. t f ·thr th · . . temporary qiu.ar ers or ee 0 er That t he average fresh man p os all settled that the students will not tional convention. Yet, in spite of /•d enominations . It w.as also used as a - ~ accept the present constitution as a sesses knowled.g .e equivalent to -Or this fact, t hey have the boldness to place f or ecula-i: gl!therings, poptical a beve tJha.t ·of a senior, ace-0r .:.i:- g to I governing law for a student council. t· • " d · · · U,J,I~ L . H ORT O N & C0. , ask th at Constitional procedur_e tie meet ing.s.• enter am ments an a prnr- t he recent Car.negie r e.p ort , h as nnit \ Hei-e is ai new p l an. Student govh l ~set aside in short that we have .a re- 1ate sc 00 · upperclassmen to wondering what ! AMBULANCE SE R VICE er.nment can be carried on without a ' ' . . . . In 1905 the b<u.ildfog was sold to the I constitution, at least in theor.y , in erendum on the proh1b1tion question. Christain church denomi,n'a t io.n for they have to show fo r their ·ed!uc a- , . ti'on. · , Mortician t hls way: Was ev.e r any position more unsports:- $50. The materi.al was used in . con1. Let eac.h class elect a repre- manlike, more revolutionary, or more struction of a new churcq : Wilen U r .· Henry Smith P r itchett lays t h e -~~-<::::>~~ sentative. dangerous? For a hundred an.d disman'tling oce.u rred there was r e- blame for the asserted failure :t o the i . 2. Let t he student .bo·d y elect forty-fo u r years the .Wets held the ve'aled a soundness and endurance lack of coordinatio.n .of t he specific items of knowt~.:.i:~e. . ~~~~~ t h ree representatives at l arge. .upper.hand. During that t ime the t hat wouild h av'.e en'abled th e .structure """'16 Ii 3. Let th'is g r oup of sev.en elected Drys were forced to fi ght every t o round a century and outlive its Edit orials h ave been w r•itte:n i n . If 1 · E. F O RSYTH, Hard ware students meet with the following inch of the way and follow ex.actly neig.hbors. The rich maroon clay s~ude.nt. pu•bH.ca.t ions in. institution~ of ·1 faculty groups: eve1~y line of Constitional proc~i\lre. I from which the brick was .mad e h as h'igher learmng all over the Unit ed Plumbip g , Heating , a o d (a) The faculty meetings. Does it seem reaso.nable that in view ! been recently - subjected t o investi- 1 States. H ow.e ver, these protests a re / (b) The budg et committee of ·t hese facts the Drys will at th·is gation b.y t hose who ar e interested in j only h alf s~nou.s. . . . Electrical W ork (c) ·The chapel committee. time lend their support to the Wets the ceramic arts. It is very close • The Indiana Da·d y St uden t , how- I (d) T he p rogr am committ ee. in their attempts t o secure that fi ne text u red, and car ves lik~ pip~ :..:::::::.. admits that ~uch accusati-0.ns are -~-<::::>~ (e) The execurtive committee, etc. which t hey would have denied the clay. It has been foun d that it h as 1 4. Let t he sturllent body express Dr ys had they asked fo r it in 1916, · very h i.gh possibilities f or art pottery ; ~~~=.,.,..c:~-..-=~~=...,..c:=>"-.,.c::::>""ll-...:=>1~=>"'-..c::>1~ their desires in special assembly a referendum? and ten a cotta. · TAXI and TRANSFER SER.VICE twice a mo.nth or whatever time ''A ref erenidlum on the Amendment put-of-tow n T ries of Groups Request they desire. would set .a dangerous precedent CONVOCATION 5. .Let t his assembly be strictly that would endanger . every GonstituD r. J . Stan1·ey B rown, f ath er of . . STUDENT. t1onal guar antee of libert y. America D C M B h . h ad f th Hallenbeck.'s Gara..... 0 6. This student intermediary com- must f.ollow Constitional precedent 1h.r.t · ' d row.i: lw ·0 18 e e ' e.Phone 6fl 1 :is ·o ry an socta science Dep art- ' ~~~-<::::>--<::::>-~~ mittee of seven will report to the and procedure; only under s uch a t h fi t lk · -....-::::...-~-...,~-t-<;:~-~• Student interme diary committee of policy are the rights of the citizens I men et~e, gFav_ed a very ,.!!,eh a M in 1 • con voca ion r i ay on J. • e an seven will r eport to the Student body be represented:. Let the wets beware W 'th A Id ., Thi A b . f h . I th t th d . th . tt ts I n e& s was an r or th e procee d mgs o t e meetings I a ey o not m e1r a emp D J. P. CLARK wh'ich they have attended, and the ; to secure liquor raise .up a Frank- ~~prog~·:;;·. d ul ·th Id,, Student body will react in the regu. 1e.nstein that will prove their ·o wn h · ~~· :"1 l·t e~B rt e 1 e wor .t'h " 'e try to, give our customers more than they expect. . . . . e sa1w 1n par ; u on y me.n WI lar p arhamentar.y form. u.ndomg. Let them fight for the ' d 1 . 't ., J. 1. S t 1. . . . . 1 ea: s w111 save 1 . u 'tus er mg 7. The mass meetings will be held r etu·r.n of the saloon, ·~'h . . · if they will, Mort on was a· mah wn an ide a. at the reguJar chapel hour, and at- but .at the same time work toward Bo .. ·h d · d • A . . . . • . rn "' 1un ;r e years ago pri1 22, ~-~·-~~~-··' · tend ance will be r eq11.1red . t hat end as d id the Drys, m a Con- h t bl' hied A' b ' D . N b . . 'y~~-~ KENNETH YOUNG stitutional and n ot a revolut ionar.y .ke es a isth • ~ tor . ay m e r0as. . . . a more an six y years ago. n ma:nner.-Lo~s1ana College Wildcat. Ap ril lO, 1872 he int roduced. a bill BETTER HARDWARE WETS UNSPORTSMANLIKE to plant more t rees •and since the n / SOME PE RU HISTORY. Ap1•il 22, his birthday, has bee.n cele"In view of the fact that referendum is thoroughly democrat ic why d-0 the Last Sunday's W orld-Herald con. br at ed all over t he cou.ntry .as .A.rbot GENERAL t a'ined an article r elative to the early Day. In one .year thi-oug,h .his efDr ys object to one on the prohibition history of Pe ru which i,s well worth forts moi'e t han a milli.&n t rees qu·estidn? In the first p lace under the . a P er.uvia.n's time t o r ead. However, wer e planted. in Nebraska. Constitu.1tio.n ·o f t he UnitedStates there the ol.d! r esident$ of this place say M'r . .Mort on was a man of vision. t hat the c'Orrel!po.nde nt is wrong as Arbor Lodge at Neb raska City is is no place fo r such reierendium. t o the making of the brick for the the sh r ine to t hat vision. He did not "In 1916 t he Cong. that suJ>mitted old Episoopal church, and as to the live to see t he fru1t of his labors. the 18th Amendment to .the States locatiom of the bi•.ick .y.ard. The 11 r - Even t his generatio.n will not apprewas ele cted on that ver.y ISS'Ue. The ticle t at es t hat th e brick wer e m ade ciate it as will those that follow. Dr.ys made. ?o clamor t hat p recedent 1 on the .hill in Peru know.n .as P ikes's N ebraska, the prairie state, h(ls beand Const1t1onal procedu re be cast Peak, and t at the r e w as 81 brick come the home of shade tre.es beto. the winds and the matter be sub- y.ard there for fifty years. Old timers cause· .o f his visio.n. So once each m1tted as a re~erendum to the people. say the·r e neve.r was a br ick .yar.di o.n .y ear we p ause to pay homag e to W.hen. we review the facts we s~e Pike's Peak. Fran k Majors, present ''T.h e man with an idea." .that m .n·o way whatsoever uruair post maste.r, says t h at t he n e ar est Back on the family-tree of Mormet-hod$ used but that rather every- t o that w as a bi•ick making plant ton was a Head Forrest er of EngI thing was d-0ne as i~ explicitly dir- located on the creek just sou th of land. D-0wn t h ro.u,gh .the generations ected by t he Const!ltion. Pike 's Pe ak, and just west of Col. T . t hey were int ereste in trees. And "Today the Wets do not have a J . Majorii resi,dence. There the brick now i n oor land we .are .reaping . .th~ · ~~ Entereil at the Postoffice of Peru, Nebraska, as second class matter. $1.00

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F IRST M. E. CHURCH. church, with t he sister chu r ches as Gov. t a ke car e of t h e soliders . T hey At a m e etin g of t he men of the gu.es.ts. Yo u a.re we'icome t<> all the 1, a r e •h y g iv'ing them fr ee hospitlization cocoa were ser ve d at the close -0£ the J? art of \h e talk. We hope to have Mr. Hill talk to us ag ain. church last Sund!ay a fter.noon the 1 services. medic al care, nurses ca re , b o ar.cl. and e venin g . plans were set on f oot f or the .hold~ng j J. W. He n derson, P astor . j r o·om . But they can:t send money Miss Tea r was a special guest at The retiurns of the election have of the mother-d aught e r banquet. ! .home .to t he f amilies. this qi.eeting. been turned in, a nd following is the J W T I h h · f BAPTIST CHURCH list of the ne·w officer s: • . y er was c osen c airman c I The p r oceeds fr om the sales of t he m 0 ~ " a nd cooking committee. D. S . C oad, Minist er d b h . ART NOTES · President --- - ------ Virgil Bugbee """" p oppies aTe .use y t e aiux il'iar.y i.n Th.e commercial art ~lass is g etting "'.he men who are t o serve Wl' th h1·m W h at a man .does, is an index t o h 1 Vice J;>resident ___ _ Ora Fergurson •· . w h at h e t hinks, and only go od c i d welf are work and reh abil'itaiou a littlf exp e r ience· in practical work Treasurer -- -- --- - Orville Buehler a re, A . V. Larson, C. H. Lindstrom, th h . w or k which include ds e xservice m e:n this week by try ing out their i'deas . o.ug ts W '1ll serv e as g·ouid es to Secretary ~- ---- --- Office to be T . R. Benford and W . A. Chneburg. , g ood deeds. a nd thei r fa milies.. on w indow de coration in re al store win do ws. Th r ee of the merchan ts fill ed later. The men in charge of t ables and . ~ervice Sunday May 1 , Prog r am Chairman __ RaJph Davis h ave kindly consent e.d: to turn over waiting of table, are, S . L . Clements , 9:45 a. m. ch urch scho ol. MINERVA CLUB The. cabi.ne,t members are mak.ing their windows this week a.nd the class, a nd W. H . Hu tchi nson. ' 11 :0.0 a. m . mor.nin g w orshi p , serApril 7, 1932, • Minerva clu.b met at wo rki ng i n g r oup, h ave planned ·and plans to attend the Y. M. C. A. Dishes, J ames A. St ephenson, W . rnon . " The Mindi orf Christ ," Miss P etjJ! rso n's ap.artment. decor at ed the wi.ndowsi. Th'.is is one OfficeTs Training .Camp to be held at Mu.s ic b.y t he ch oir. R. Pate, L. B. Mat hews and M . E. E ac.h mem b er rea,d one or two w ay of making our work and sturly York, Ne•h raska, April 22,, 23, and1 24 2:00 p . . m. j unior h ome study a nd p.o ems, m ost of which were taken ~n art prac tical in life as well ,as en: Goo.d. c hoi r . Mr. an~ Mrs. Glen Joder andl two from curent mag azines. R ecep tion c ommitte e, L. D . Redfer n 7:00 p . m. Young Pe'Ople's d iscusJo.y a ble . .w ·e w a nt to thank the mer- sons, Gle.n Howard, Jr., and Donald Book r evie ws for contrihutions to c h a nts for their kind cooperation. H . U . L andolt. , E"io n g ro.up . Kenneth, stopped in Peru Wednesday t he P ed ::igogian 'were read and disTwo o f the general .art classes have evening w.hile returnin g from Kansas Cashier a nd manager of t ic ket sales I 8 :0.0 p . m . eve n ing union servi ce in 1 c uss.e d.. b.e en st.udyin g designs for hot dish or to their home in Omaha. Mrs. Joder Fra.nk E. War e. B~. pt i st cb.u r c.h, se rmon, " C an 'I Bete apot 1'!'!.ats and painted them in tern- will be remembered as Anna Best, Tbe d ate set is May t h e eleventh on · lie ve i n G od,." M u.sic b y ch oir. SCRIBBLERS W ed nesday ev e ning at 6 :00 . I Ma y 5, T hu r sda.y 7:00 p.. . m . choir Thursd a y eveni•n g, April 7, the p~rao colors. The mats and plaques formerly directo.r of dramatics of the Ther e will he g r eat t hi n gs for all practice 8:00 p. m. ., prayer meeting, Scribbler's dub met in H azel Niles w.ill be on display this week only in college . Mrs. J'Oder is now ed'iting J\Ieth-0dist s to tJ1ink abo u.t next m on t h, 1 Remember t he s logan, when coming room. The president reported on the ~he c as e outside r o'Om L :lOL This the National Player's Magazine. Mr. is one of the t ypes of craft pro.blems Joder graduated from Peru .in 1928 :is that is the time of the m eeti n g of to c hur ch,. e n ter t o worsh·i p, <l.epart candy s ale and it was decided that t he General Co.n.fe1-ence a t Atla n ti c 1 to serve. the 'm oney derived from it be used su.itable for elementary children. It an'Cl was ed.i tor of the Peruvia.n that will be weU wo'l'th your time to run year. He will grad:U.Ste from the City, N . J. With a half million m em - 1 to buy p'ins for t.he club members. up and see this display. ' Universit y of Nebraska Medical .Col· b ers in lnd'i.a., 14,QO.O i n Korea, 80,000 POPPIE S WILL BLOOM MAY, 7. Plans for a picnic-hike were made J.ege this coming June. . I. These p o ppies will be mac1e by our A comm1•tte of t wo was app·o m . t-"'1 Pro.f. Hill Spea•·s in Ch .. ina, 33, 8 1.,_ m J ~pan, 17 . •ooo' . lll ""' t o " at Y. M. Se>q,th Ame ri_ca. 10,000 Ln Mex.1co W Jt.h ow n .Hospitali zed ex-service men who buy the food. At the last meeting: of the Y. M. C. Miss Mildred Knisley of Falls City 8,0.0 0 more w.bo are c onstitu ents and draw less t han $ 40. compensation. Original stories .and p-0ems were A., Mr. Hill gave a very int~resting w.ho attended scohool at Peru last year sixteen seconrlary scho-0ls with an en- , T.he Au x iliary ·b u.ys and fur .nishes ;ead by each of the members· present. I t alk of a miscellan_eous natu.re. He wa s visiting i n Peru last week. rollment of 5,000, .an d w i t h a :me m - · t h e m a t e r i al , and the exse rvice men Constructive criticisms were offered spoke of tJ1e benefits that he had re- , · b ership in t he U . S. A. of 3,,914,912 I.w h o a i·e abl e a r e allowed t o make on each. . I ce ived beca use of his affil'i•at~o.n with full m embe rs,th.ere is m u ch to t h. i n k 200 pappies a d.a v which mean I I .thec·organization . H dw·ing t t ka recent th t stay t --<:::>-~~ abu u t w hen t he rep r esent ative d e l e- two d oll ars a day . No one m an c a n I PERSONALITY CLUB - I.'.! mc~g~.. e ne.x :>o illp . e 0 i: c · ~ g ates from these c 001I1tries m e et and dr a w more than $15. a week. with 1 The Person;i.lity Clu.b held a meet- of . Prob1b1t1on, and some of th~ngs he KING'S BARBER SHOP t ake c ommunion t •)g ether and t he!! ~his money .he sends home to his 1 ing Thursday, April 7, 1932. s~~d sh~:.ldk m a ke t.he ~res~t ~e~er-1 tr ansact t h e wor ld -wide b u siness of f~m'ilv t o buy clothin g for children. I· Miss· Frances Yoder pla.yed two pi· a ion Your Patronag e m ver.y serious Y e. ore \ t h e chur ch of t h.e K i ngd-0m. Appreciated p assin g judgment agai.nst the Nine, "_o ay ~e n t, ·D octors, a nd buy g roceries.. '·, :i.no selections'. . 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PERU PEDAGOGIAN . this played the part of J ohn Worthing, t 0k th 'ent ific excur sion , Pl OMEGA Pl CHOOSE REPRESENTATIVE ? ano er set . . of study- t h typ ical Englishman. Tom Collin . . t nne ~eo-r t he m ain p.urpose e b b i.... Pi Omega Pi met on Mon-day, March 1 Each of the campus fraternities . h . 1 b t ·ith a h ealthy in- as Rev . C a n o n Chasu le roug~n , . .1g t e o:no e, u w .. .J=ed '- ~ to t h e audience his 8, to welcome into the'ir m1dSt three have elected two representatives to e t in ev er.ythi.ng. They stlwu:i man y laug 1'"" ' - . er s ~ . 1, ests . d'' ' fied manne r on the s tage new members, Milou.ise .Weir, Leo.na work upon the I.nra-Fraternity bird nests findin g LWO or10 e s n ' lser 1ou.s, i gm Th h Givens and Henrietta Ludington. Banquet to be held during the ' one cardi~al's nest, a nd sev e ral bei n g so u n like Tom. ll e c aractelr Twelve New Members Initiated Into · arrow h omes. They con f e rre d with · pa rt of. La:d y B ra.ckne was exec . At the close_o f t h e ceremony a sh o rt commencement week. They are as Sp t0 j "--> b .t Lora D1cker Active Partici.pation · Mr. Delzell, and he t old. them h ow lently intei:t're ~ .., . , · busin~ss meeting was c. alled for_· the I follows: Sigma Tau Delta: Bessie tt t b'rdS The c hildre n scat tered I so.n. T his ts Miss Dl cker s o.n s first 1 . T au D eIt a, N a t 1' onal Engl:sh rac • · S1gma • ' purpose of electing off.1cers. "MH "'T·o u'lse Gillan and Bernice Lovitt; K' appia ac~lo red' t hread 'On- t he bushes t o a'·d 1 : major pro.dJuct1on an d t h e P.er·" "" cam. frater:nity,, welcomed into its organi~ Wier was chosen p'!'eSident. Le_ona Delta Pi; Virginia McNeal and Ja.ck their bir d friends in .nest building . pus h as muc h to look ~orward t~> m zati<>n twelve active members, Mon- Givens Vice president and Zoe Nick· Fisher; Tri Beta: Ellen Zinc and jthe n e xt t h ree years smc~ she C~ a dlay evenipg, April 11. They were: olas Seeretary-Treasu.rer. . member of the Dramatic U.b. · Pi Omega Pi .has been i,nactiv.e on - - -- - ------------ - ; Kappa· .,Pmicro.n · · \ IGeor g e Kuhl as t h e bu t ler and Vera Mrs. P. A. Maxwell, Alfreda Phelps, be f Phi: Naomi Pierce and· Virgin.is h t ' the campus this .year cause so ew ' ScJrn len berg as t e . swee : you ng Ann Chr1'st1'an Nadine M1'lstea:d,· Pi Gamma · .."'-u: Mary Jane W th d1 d Coleata C..:nk '' ' ' of the members are. in school. How 11l.ln. • · ward of John :or rng, soma Andrews., Helen Hall, Jo.yce Grubb, ever, we now look forward/ to some ' Cp~seMy.lao~ud EdWna1·eMaysdtrLe1cko·;nP1 Omego Studen ts DeSl·re Other Form of . very fi ne - acting . EveJyn Br.echt, Bla.nche Ha.stings, interestmg . . . 1 . meet'mgs · 1: 1 1 se r an Givens; prese nt e d 1 · a:nid b e.ne,f'1c1a E · The u p oerc1ass men Helen Gilbert, Betty Pancake, and · Alpha Miu Omega: Keith Melvin and x~_ression e-- ! W · e bb who ap pear e-a for t he 0 Flore;nce Martin. during the remainder of the year. Lore ne Moothart· Kappa Sigma Alpha 't.he campus fairly reeked with • LeR Y_ . f 1 1 d' 1 The room was lighted for the cerIE. A! -L!).rson and Ed Pedersen. citemen F r iday as t he c olle ge- men : first tim e w ~ ea 1 ~g J roe ~ b~ emo.ny with long red tapers in black HQLD~ Virgi.nfa McNea.1 was chosen as , ani.'t women pilgrimaged t o the f.ac- 1majot pro:du cbt t.Odnl, anaff ~y~e 11u, • ' • O · t e d / u ltY room to d e posit t heir vote on · w h o u.ndou. tep Y or mCa:iy 1 h9ld.e rs; Cardinal roses, the / officia genera1 c h airman and has des1gna · . C e 1 Aower of the fraternity decorated the the following cemmittees· Progr.am stu•dent government. The tot al n~ 1La ughs as Mi~s ns~. aro ine d a· I : . Committee· Jack Fisher . chairman, her voting was 315. Of these, t he : d er, who has been '!01man~ pro l~cta~~llowing the in•itiation and . wel- I Bernice L~vitt, Mary Jane Casey, , juniors a nd seAiors had t h e best j tio~s, gave ~er ~sua g oo q u a ity co~e the program ·o f the evening was Nearly Sixty Girls Join In OUt-<>f· Hollis Hu.tcl'tinsOJt, and Keith Melvin. percentage of the f.our classes; the se- I ac trng and. hkeW1Se , Ira May whom contin.ued. Doors Good Time , Decoratio.n and ·Menu €:'0mmittee: niors casting 43 v otes, the juniors 50. , we kn o w to be good. Creative writing was read by three Ellen Zink, Chairman, Lorene .Moo.t- The sophomores polled 84, and the The p lay was good as c~n always of ilie fr.aternity membe.r s. Blanche J.ust to 'prove that Spr~ng's glorious halrt, Virg'inia Milstead, Naomi• Pierce freshme.n ;134. be e xpected of Oscar Wilde; t he Hastimgs read poems .in whlch she weather, ~en though a ltttle late, was and. Earl Andrews. Ticket sales and .Some form of ' studen t g.overm'nent act ing was e xcellent .and the Prod l1cstrove to imitate the style of modern ·n.ot to be wasted, the Y. w;. meeting general finance Committee·: Milouise was favor~d b.y 239 v oters. Only 72 t ion s taff should h e complimented on p·oets. . Wedne~da_y evening was 'in the form Wier , ch airm 9.n, Leona Givens, Edna in any form was undesirable. The stage set tin g, lighting and c~stumes, A characterization and description of a picmc. · I Maystrick ~essie Gillan and tM pronosed co:nst.ituJtio.n needed a two- I a ll of w.hich wer e v ery e ffect'ive. of Romeo,, the :hero o'f 'Romeo and · Nearly sixty girls met .at the Train- member '.y et to be selected from t.hii~ds majority to carry it , and it Juliet' an.di Paris the o.ther lov.er was !!lg school from w.hence they traveled Kappa S·igma Alpha. • lost 162 to 14.0. g·ive n by Leota Davis. west.wa rd. After arriving at the '. The Lntra-Fraternity Banquet is J.ust what this indfoat es to s.ay. The P eru Cleaners & T ailors A poem reflecting the .spir:it of the chosen sp·o t for the picnic, devotionals coming to 'be an anruuaJ event and we o.bjections to the proposed c-0.n st'it u- . Anglo Saxon people at the time of were led by .Leona Givens, This was want to 'U r ge that you. pla.n t o .attend. tion h ave not crystallized in form or / Please Let U s Serve You. ~ '"Beowolf' was read by Donna Jane followed by the singing 00: a prayer All. alumni of these fraternities are ~rgument, .and until ~his .happens, Delzell. so.ng, 'Abide With Me.' heartily invited to attend.. . httle can pe done .t o .1mp ove upon ~ J . A. CEJKA, Prop. / 1 the rej ected co.nstit u:tion and to give J • A social hour w as pleasantly spent Games of 'Three Deep' a nd 'Oppo____ _ ·_. _ ~ follow ed with refreshments. sit,e,' were played while a campfire GIRL RESERVE NOTES : students what is really w a n ted. -..c:::::::..-~~~~ ! was bein.g built. However, w.hen the . The G'irl Reserv'e assisted in. ~he . Pr~sident P ate issue.d a , c ord'lal i.n- ·I ~=============~=~ · c l of 'eats' w as heard it did not have w..c .T .U. program this week, which vitetton at Chapel Monday to anyo ne ~~-<::>~~CLUB PERU DRAMATIC to be repeated. Weiners, buns,. mar- was in c h arge of M iss F au lh.abe r. w h o h as somet!h'm g on h 1S ' c hest t hat J .Spri)lg Gu.est N·ight .E skimo They presented. _ two temperance he'd lik.e to get off his mind. ~Par- • B . A. S~ITH, M. D. Tuesday evening, April 19th the shmallows, pie les and Eye _ E ar _ Nose _ Throat Dramatic Club pr.es ented their Pies sooru ca used that .empt y feeling plays, ''Wires and World Court ." and don us 1f we get t he .an atom y s light- I "Dollar Day Bargains." T.hose who ly mixed.. ) Clearly that 'is about all / ~ Spring .g uest night. The following to d.isappe r. As t hey watched the la.st embers t nok !1 ~rt in these plays werei: Mary that can ?e d one. !he s t u dent bod.y Auburn, Nebraska prog ram of plays was presented. of the ca,mpfire cool and tur.n to a-shes Shirle.y Holch, Esther Crabtree, Irene mast decide what it actually wants i /) THE WEDDING REHEARSAL t.he gro·up sang camp songs, Y. W . Cowell, Mildi'Cd Filmore, Ruth Chat- in the way of stucl:e.Bt g over n ment be- 1 -<:::>-<;::::..-~~~ By Jo~n Sarrar Directed by Thresa Clark songs .a.nd •popular .n.umbers. ebi:r1,_ Jeann'e' Slinker,, and Ar~ith fore any mo·r e steps will be t]l.ken to j ===========~=====Scene-Living Room .So to y. W. Girls .the picnic will Richardson. Dorothy Cawthorne di- procure such rights and w.h ole ; ~~-~~~.-..::::::::,..~ h d ed d / Mrs. James Dun: _,___ Ruth Hawxby 'be a happy memory to be told and i·etold- to t he tree who silently r~tetl the plays .. Some of the other earte support is .ne e to . p utPERU cAND Y SHOPPE Andy Carpenter ____ Ora F erguson · g•,r ls, .Elea nor MaJors, Thelma Pasco, student government · ov er w ith a / /J James Dunn ___ - ---- Leon Schaffer watched it will be just another se- an.cl! La Ver.ne Setzer broadcasted .hang. / 15c ICE CREAM lSc Sar a.h Dunn ___ Lorene Moothart cret t o hoard. from fo.r ieg n station, located back i Either there i,s s ome flaw i n the . P e r J>int Polly Du.nn ____ ____ Rut h Wheeler stag e o.n temperance. Miss Clark co:nstitutfon that , sh:oulcL be remedied ~ PIANO RECITAL . ' . _,,_ body d oes n ot know ' I 10 p . m . D eliv ery Pho ne 112 Tom L;me ___ ___ ------ Ed Pederson directed the symposu1m on world or the st u.u.,nt A.unt Julia Store __ Virg'i.nia Milstead Fri.day evening April 15, Brofes- peace, an d .MJSS · · I rwm· . h t ··t t And 'f d 't ' gave some w a L wan s. · 1 we on come -<::::::.--<::::::.~~ Aunt Emma Du.nn, Virginia Mathews sor R. T. Benford pr·esented eleven of practical advice o.n present day rat- out with s ome pretty fair aoo life- . Mary Craig __ ____ Mary Jane Casey his pi.a.no st uden ts from the, grade ing. It was a fine program and ev- , si,ze · d' sug g;es·~lons, ._. our n ame wi11 be -~~==========~==== .hig h scho.ol, and college in a d f h . Aug.usta Stores Hollis Hutchinson school. ··a . • . eryo.ne enjoyed it. mu as ar as t ose push ing t h.e ~-~<:;::::..--<:::::,.~ Julia Weeks -~ - Helen M.argraves d_e lt., htful prog :am • . They ':e1~ asco.nst it ut ion are concerned. 1~ BEAUTY SHOPPE Re verend Dodds · Blan che Pett~nger sisted by the High School Girls Glee · M W ll H f "' h We want somethi n n'd •t . h K h . B . .a· r . a ace ervey o .L·eoumse . g , a we won Guaranteed P ermanents Betty Dunn ---· ____ John Wheatly CLu b ' Wlt at enne e1 gman l· . was on ~th e campus· 1ast ..mvn .,_ d ay. H e swallow s~meth1' v • · n g ,. we d·on 't wan.t, 1 I r ecting . $3.50 and $5.00 I is a former Pe11u student, hut is now . th at muc h is cer t ain. N ow w h at do 1 THE END OF THE ROAD PROGRAM W'ls . enga·ged in business at Tec·umseh. 1' we want? The P ed!agogian p resses JANET MALONEY Directed by .William A. B. Thomas D ance of the Rag D o.11 --- - 1 on · ad f L . l P hone 223 Scene- The Town Hall Stage Pastorale N;;;~--Elle.- Jo_____ Wils·o n E . P. Con.kle, w.ho is atte nd fo g the . ~::r i;-~m~ or your a:nsw er s. et sl. ~~~ Henr.y Hicks __ __.___ .Truxton Routh Y n nes U · 't f N b k t · J. Hanley Booth Don O. N elson Song of ·the Lark - - - ---- - Wilson mv~rsi ~ 0 e ras .a, spen .sprmg , . I Spencer Trott ·-- Willia1 Tl\omai. T~nder Flower ------- - Burgmuller . vacatmn m Peru. NEW ,.TEACHERS CH OSEN ~~~~ · Ruth Medley j - - -- - (Cont.m ued From Page 1) Imog.ene Montgome·ry . ----BASEBALL T - - - --. h Capricante _.. __ _'_________ __ Wachs ' . vs MARBLES ' - / 1' 1932. M'!'. w·m t er rec·e i ved t h e . B. S. Ji . M --- - ---------- axtne rauermc .t c .a therl'ne Wolter t F.or the last momth small groups of 11.rnd: M . A . .deg rees from t he U niv ersi- V~ • • C Little Josephine __ Flor.ence M.artin A_, B d J.apanese I ntermezzo _____ Spialek boys .h ave been see.n thro.nging the , ty_of Nebrask.a, and the Ph. D . d egree Mal·y G reen - - ---- - -CLA - -- y -u.a r a Y - ..J , s h oot'in.g m ar b les. Late- ' Wt 11 b e con·f erred 1upon him .at t he SURGEO. N AN'D COMMON Luc'ille Stratton ( p l ayg r O'U·1ru. By Georgie M. Cohan Tarantelle - --- - ---- - - - - - --- - Heller ly, however, b aseball has been tr.y- same Univers ity. He has bee.n. a n i nDirected b.y MAth'ilda Baris as i Leota D avis ring f.o r first place as favorite sport. struct or in Botany at the U niv ersit y ~ PHYSICIAN S cene- A Cour troom Ge.ntly F all the Shadows_-.Mildenber g At I-east _o.ne ·~at has . been broken. of ~ebraska, a nd No~th:wiestern Un·iPeru Office Phone 7 Judge - ------ - - -- - -- - Fra.ncis Cop~ ijomin g -----------z.--- Del Riego Ii The Jw11or i:1gh Physical Education 1 vers1? , Evanston, Illmo1s, an d s ince ~ Jane - ----- ----- --- Gertriude Flin Gi:rls~ Glee Cluib b~~s play d.a1ly, as well as the noon I ~930 as i;en· a F.ellow in the Bot any ~ Brownville Office Phone 6 Mason ---- - - - - - Donna Jane Delzell Two Larks - --- - ----- .Leschetiszky 1 children. An<>ther sport has also be- i epartme t of the University of NePoliceman ---- - - __ Dorothy Worley Lento . - - -...r'--- --- ---·.:. ____ ___ Scott : co e a general favorite among all of ., .b raska. . Steve --- - ------- -- - - - Paula Backer Herbert Waif the rade children, bug of war. Some _ ~ Offlce hou rs at Brow.nville by of the student teachers have been SOUTHEAST ERN T RACK MEET appointment. Cl er k - - - - - - - - - - ---- B ernece L ov1'tt aark! Hark! The Lark ---- ---- Mother ---- ---- · ------ Opal Ga~ --- ----- ----- --- - Schubert-Liszt seen engaged in this v'igo.rous sport, (Continued From Pag e 1) .Det ective ---- - -- - - --- ~ Hazel Niles Puck - - ------ - - - - --------- Grieg j and the fac:uJty s upe.rvisors h ave , fi rst ; Blount , Auburn, second ; FlemTHE DREAMY KID R uth Chat elain I w at ched them wistfully . No d.ou.bt ing, Nebraska Ci ty, t h.fr.di; J .urge.ns- :::.-~~~ By Eugene O'Ntjll Boheme Polka · --- - ---- Rubinstein .they will be stretching the chlld- m.eier, Auiburn, fourth. Distance I.ol ~ 'It Pay s To Look wen· Directed b.y W'illiam Knapp · Ga1,den Party --- - - -------- Bens'On re.n's rope soon. ft., 11 inches. We a re .glad to be able t o serv" . b ut don't Sce.ne- A New Y.ork Tenement House Lowell Cros~ / . 440-y.ar:d R un- Fish er, Peru, fi rst · ~ you a t all times, Mammy Saunders Flore.nee Fairchild Humoresque - - ------ Rac·hmaninoff : The seventh g rade are p reparing/ Benz, Pawnee Oity, seco.ndi; A n drews: crowd. W e can not be r esponsiCeely Ann _____ _ Martha Pfingsten J1uba --------- - - --- - - - - ------ - Dett an Arbor .D ay prog r am fo r assembly, Auburn, t.hird, .R osencranz Tecum~ ble for t hose killed in the rush Irene --··- ----- _ J.ean Blankenship Katheri.n.e Ber gman I r ecog nizing the hundred t h celebra- seh , fou<rt h . Time 55 seC'onds. RICE & THOMAS The Dreamy Kid ~- -- --- Wm. Knapp E n Batea'll. - - - - - - - -------- Zeckwer t io.n of Arbor Day. They may p reHig h Jump - Rhod us, Peru first · ~~~ CAST March e Cam a valesq.ue ·--- --- F l"iml se.nt a t ree p tanting ce.remorty. Borenpoh l, Tecumseh; Andre.;.,.s, Au~ COPY MQ.rjorfo Arn The k'inde1·garte.n p eople ar e get- hu!I'n ; Eli, Auburn; Leahy, P eru· <::::>-~:::...-..;;:::::-...-;::,..-~::...-=;;::.-r=::::> By Kendall Banning I . Pian<> Duos ti~g to be reg ular Httl_e scient ests. Sultzb au,g~, P.er u ; Carpente r, Hum: 'Stift wate r s ha DlJ>oo 35c Directed b.y Ira May McCoUum believes that boklt, Davison, P awnee City all seven ~ Ha1r cut 35c 1 Suite Op. 15 - - - - --- - - -- -- -Arensky Miss Scene-A City Editor's Office I.iu.cille S tratt on ___Catherine .W alte r . sd ence, like n u.mbers anid! reading tie.di for sec·o nd, t hird and fou rth ~· David Lay ____ --- - - - Claude Cady Marc.he Milita'ire Schubert-Godawsk.y sho~ld be started -early . So t hey p laces. Heigh t, 6 f eet 8 inches. William Thomas '---- Glenn Schafer L eota Dav~s-Lois Norris are takipg .a practical course in N.a- (N ew Record .) Next to G ai · Hall on t he Ad'a.ms - - ------ __ Alison Clineberg The college orchestra, under the t ure s tudy. 220-yard D ash--Sultzb au gh , Peru , nes Prutt --- - ------ Melvin Steadman diirect.ion of Professor V. H. Jindra, J E ach child h as finished hls r obin first; F is.her , P eru sec<md; Bohl Au: () pavement Jimmy - --~ ___ ----- Robert Sayer will ~resent i.t s spring ~oncert Friday h ouse, h as it ~ainted a~d ready . t o burn, thi ~d; Goodhardt. JJu mbold.t, --.:::...-c;;::.-..-;::,..-~>41-=::::::,.-a.c;:~~ Baldwin --- - - --- -- William Phillips eve ning, Apl"1l 29. It W111 be a bud.get ho'Use the first hkely fam1ly of robms fo urth. 'I'1me 25.7 seconds. W'ilsol\ ------ - - ---- -·· Jack Ashton ente rtainment. as soon .as .h.-e can get it piutJ up in The plays were all commendably his yard. T he children expect,, n ext BUDGET PLAY ENJOYABLE presented., .esp eci ally "The End of the The High School Home Economics I week, to start m akin g baskets f or (Continued From P age 1) SERVICE WITH A SMILE R oad- a 'Dramer' " The stud.e nts of girls ar e beginning the project f or a 1Moth er 's D ay. T hey will fill th ese t here were fi ve F reshmen ·o ut of nine RIGHT. A. WAY t he campus look. forward. to these prog ram display'ing the work they with flowers and give them to their characters, all who did remarka ble SHOE SHOP g uest nights and the y are g reatly ar J . .lVfll.J<» ,. •\!i.;s .year . T.his p rogr am mothers. work . T e F r eshman. Class s h ould be M. C. MEDLEY preciated. "' May . Thursd ay morning t h e little folks pro.ud of t hem. Williard Shumard

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Eliza Morgan Hall Is Scene of Annual Gathering

Coach Glen Gilkeso.n's Peru Bobcat , track and field team decisively defeated the Tarkio performers in a

On Friday evening, Ap·ril 30 the Seniors were t he g uests of the J uni-Or class at the ann u.al Ju,nior-Senior ban qu.et, one of t he outstandi ng social :fiu.ncti.ons of the .year . A l ar ge numbe.r gathered in the pa.rlors of Eliza Mor.gani Hall which was deco1"ll~ w:t..h lar g e baskets of lilac bou.quets. At six thirty .o'clock t he g uests entered the .d!ining r-0om which .ha:d be.en transforme.d in.t o a Moorish r.oom, to st r ainn of a.pprop1inte music played by an instrument al ensemble includin g Evelyn Brech t, Clyd e Bole, Hluston Kings olver, and' Cathe<r'i ne W olter . The ensemble played d1uri.ng the entire banquet. The predominent color of the Moorish room ·w.as yellow which was seen in the curtain,s at the win·· ,d,ows, doors, nnd a curtained.. alcove for the instr.umen:tal ensemble. I Beaiutifiully designed, hand painted arches were over t h e d.o ors and winshades ca.st a soft yellow glow over 1 t he whoJe .ro·om. Oriental rugs and . scarfs tog~ther with an inviting cor' rtei: arranged with a davenport and euahions completed this artistic

dual meet on the P enu track la's.t Friday afte r.n oon by a .score of 79 1-3 to 56 2-3 . Cowe ll, Peru c ap.ta'in, led the individual p e rformers o'f the day by scoring· five firsts and running a:nchor on th.e half-m'ile relay q.uart et. Off en backer was the T arki'o high sc.o r.e r I

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ton (P); Manners (T) 2nd; Wils on tfona l Edu.catio.n A.ssoci:;ition. He is (T) - Tim e 2:04.5 a former Nebr aska boy, and 15radu-.. Discus- Wo.n b.y Offenbacker (T).; ated at Penu w it.h the class of 1913. , Henn (T) 2n.d1,· Fort (P) 3rrll -DW- I I His work as editor h as been ou.tstan:dtance--117 £t. 7in •:.1j-..IMl11f i.ng , and his many old friends here '. , Pole Viault--Wo.n by Cowell (P); · . 1 wo Day Session Much Monahan (T) 2nd; WaTDer (P) 3rd; Men of Prominence and Ability Wil1 will be g lad to hear him. ' Delegates Heigh t -llft Be H e re for Comme ncement 'The speaker for h'ig h school com- I Two Mile RUJl- G a lloway, Cook, men,cement day,, Mlay 25, will be Dr. 1 . _f . for· lst ' 2n:d• and L 1ver m'Ore (P) t1·-..J• tol.11 Good speaker s have b een c hosen 1 Clark A. F ulmer, former chancellor I' Delegates . of nrne colleg•~•d&IW:: ..J 3 d """-e 11 ·05 t t t he' . . state met lJ1 Yo r k, Nebr. anu. r .- .Luu • (·T) ·, for the ann.u.al comme.ncemen 18 of t he W esl eyan Um vers1ty an.c1 -now • . _ d . J.avelin~Won by Offenbacker hich 1 · • . April 22 r or a two- a.y se.ss1011 Luttman (P) 2nd; Wa.r.ner (P) 3rdt; P eru. State Teachers College, w. 'director of vocatJOnal education of conference !or newly elected cabinet Distance--160 ft ·11 ocour the l ast week ·in May. , t h e state of N ebraska. He is al so members. The sessio.n opened with \!<'! .a& bicentennial an niWhl peakers are all men of prom· I known to man.y 'in Peru, his ability dli nr:ieT at the York Colleg e ,1:.8 ;eteria ve ·y of t he b:irth of Fr an~ Josef Br naa Jump -Won hy Cowell (P) T .,... P) ese s , . t t d. .:. ...,_ I H _ -0t o.nly in Nebraska as a speaker is o u s a n mg. . at 6:30 P. M., followed. by qevo~wns I 3 ·11 •• Plans have been m ade by the B~owni·n.g ( T) 2nd,· CaTmichel ( ,, inence, kn.own n b ·11· H·· f y k -~ " · de·partment for a week of fine n 23 ft 1 1-4 in, th t tes for t h eir - - - - -y W.1 iam . we o ~r w 1e.ge. 0 .vistanceby Peru.b.ut in many er s a CALENDAR and a talk "Whu the Y" '11.· t !'. inment i.n celebr ation of the h · graduate J 880 Y ..J'. Re 1 ay- W-0n u. ~ a nd. Ollle of t em is a · Wed nesday, May 4 Warren Balle-r of York'· Col Time- 1:34.3 abilit y, .d · well IS 7:. 00- Y. W,· C. C. A. Saturdau morn.ing at 8:3.0 Tlues.dJau evening. Ma.u 3, the re T arkl·:0 .- , of t h e Ioca.l college an Mile Relay- Won by J J ,, 7:30Y. M . were led by "Abe" W al ker, e a demonstration of 'instr.u.men. ma3:38.7 I 1 . now:n .h ere . Tl t f St. ·8 :00 College Orchest ra Concer t student of the U. of Nebr 1uisic by the training school. D r. W.alte·r S. Aitkin. pas o r o In Thu rsday, May 5 oc'iation, and was followe d concert by t he college orchT uJ' M eth od'ist Church of Linco , ' bs ,, DID Y ou· KNOW THA la d football P a s 7:00- Freshman Clu. CU$Siorns o:ni the O•r g.a.nization 0 •1 11 u.nder t he .d'i!-e.ction of P r of. Professor Steck P ye h been chosen for the .b acca;lau reate ,,, T r a inin g Sch ool Program inet led by Gle.mn Griffi t h and dnvid, . V . H . J1".ndra, on Wed,nesday evening, Wl- th "Red Grange"? l as Sunday May 22. Dr. Aitkin . 1 g r-0u.ps w;h.1ch were w:i'11 b e a b u1dJg e t program. Mr. B e n f ord e d into specia N 0 rma 1 wru:i the oldest State sermon, , , Peru ? · Pet>U having deF iday May 6 led b.y Glsnn Gl'ifi' i th and C. D. Ha~es. Fo·r Thursday evening the pu.p·ils of issouri .River .. h is not unknown ID ' r · , West Of the M .c.+ · h lass of g 00 College Chorus Concert At 10:30 Chas. A. Musselman g ve a the tra ining school have prepared a fi t '-'s May will mark the SIX y - ?.l" -11·vered t he sermon for t e c ,: . T11U 11ege: d'~ng 1sa t u r day, May 7 ver.y inspfrational talk .on "Relations presentatfon of "Hansel and Grete~." ay Fete for this co · • f the outstan a.I M annu e time 1924. He 15 o.ne 0 • M I N K Track Meet 'i;ri, the Y. M. C. A," · Tbiis will not be a n operetta biut a .,-0.n Hall wa.s at on h f N e braska and his com. . . . r de . h f '-" h h h Mt· Ve... ·~· th U:ake a,np_ as a preac .ei·s 0 d 't 'th pleas8:00 Dormitory Spring Party Satunday niter.noon vot10ns were project, muc .o w u.'Lc. • t e,y t em· shaken by a~ ~ar ;: ed almost to ing is looked fo~~w:ve ~e:~a, him. Monday, May 9 led by Ralph D.aviis. of P e ru, after selves have writte,n and organized. result the bwldJong urn ure by those wh t day ? ·OO- Kappa Sigma Alpha which Harry Te rrell, Head. of t'he 1wit h tha help of Prof. Benford a nd the ground?. ed to be a cemetery The orator fur commEenceMmen · -~ : 00-Sigma Tau Delta Nati.o.nal COIU.pc.il fo · Prevention of the stuid·e nt tea:c·he1-s. 8 27 will be J oy . organ w. . . , There · tus off the Northeast co.r- May . , D C Mr. Morgan is Tuesday, May 10 j W ar, spoke on "World needs and the The week will close with a varied located JUS ·t lawn? A feW W~h'.in.gton, • N~tional Education P ro.gram of t.he local As.socfati-On•. " prog ram hy t he college chO!'us, .dhect9 :so- Dramatic Cl~b ....... of t.he oorrru ory '· .d d1t;or of the o St d t Voice Recital (Cont.i,nued on Pege F-0.ur) ed b.y Prof. G. Holt Steck, ..e. al keletons were ug e ;f the Na S·O - - u e n years a.go s e ver s Mai;;azine. o fficia l or g.an o . / from that spot.

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ural b'udJcl.i D'g in Washington by .J, the Year-le ~ale SterlJng Morto.n while he was serving in the Clevel~n4 cabinet· as secretary of egr'iculture, m-0w massive specimens EDITOR are being removed to make room for MERNA BROWNSON _____: __________ ------., BUSIN.ESS l\f.ANAGER additions to the agri.c iultural building FOUR H GARDEN CLUB KENN~H YOUNG --------------- ~ io ' e.nd that the trees are being trans· The Peru Kiw!W'is pub is sponsorplanted in other parts of the grounds. Ing .. a g arden c1Utb ag.ain this sumArr:.o ng the postmasters here Friday mer. A very successful club was who visit~d the. nostoff!ce were Trev BL4NCHE BAST ----- - --------------::----Gillispie, Lincol;, Mr. Rhodes, Glen- organized last .y ear. Of .t he 30 memmo<e) . -----------.:.-- JOKES CARO.LINE CALDER ---------------- - ' wood, fa.; J. W. Holmes, Plattsmouth•; bers who began, 26 carried thrw the W., C. C. A., W: ~:A: AILEEN COX ------------------------ · ---Paul Lora.nee, Auburn,, and Herbert II season. ' I -------~----MUSIC Ottens, Dunbar. · I This is a National o:rganization. All ~~~ HELEN GILBERT ------------------·--IGH SCHOOL NOT~ .A score .of workers wer~ engaged ' of Nem'.aha Co.untM is be'ing org.anized OPAL GROVER--------------~----------, • · Sat.urday in filling orders for stamps ' . .. 1 ------- GIRL.5' CLUB that were' received at · the office / for Four, H work. Garderung 1s on Y WI4MA JACKA ------- ~--------------~-------- MANUAL ARTS 'r p ior to P'ridaY,'.-Nebr. City Press. / one of ab.out two dozen projects El ALBIN LARSON ----------------- ____ _:_ !which are being_ '\tar~ed.. --- DRAMATIC CLUB VIRGINIA McNEAL -- - ---~----------- ----TASTIE BITE j TRAININ'G ScHOOL / This year the Kiwanis cliub is orHENRIETTA MCNOWN _____________ :_ ---SERVF;D RIGHT --------- EXCHANGE '. .Las.t Pr'iday mo>rning Mi~ G.ard ganizi.ng all members 'Of the grades Phone 63 Dormit o ry tep.m. ------------SPECIAL ' and three .of . h er students teacheFS ~ h FLORF..NCE MARTIN ------'--- ------ -· ------ FR~HM·AN CLUBS took the first and second grades to between the ages o.i 1.0 and l9 w 0 MAR.JORIE MENDENHALL --- ----- - ------Th. f wish .to- J"oin. The towru is to be di- ~ UETTY PANCAKE ------------------ CON ATION, ART, FRATS. visit the bakery. ls o course was ~===~=====~~==~ •a great treat for th.e youngsters. vided into tw? districts, one no~h GLADYS RUDDY -------------------CA~ ALUMNI, ART CLUB j They got to see the com1*,t e pro- and one south .of the street which KENNETH yOUNG -----------------...---------------- ATHLETICS · cess from mixing the .dough to rolld· leads to t,he cemetery. A third secfog it out, maki.n g it i.nto loaves .a.n ------ Faculty Adviser tion "is to c-omposed of the countrJ J · W· X-RAY SERVICE baking it. While the .b.aker was. making prep- ch~ld,ren ~iving _near Peru. The adult •PHONE 36 , GREEN THINGS. vil e. "is the only green living thing aratibns f.or the demonstratfon the leaders of the club are; Mr. John Brownie. · ever Bad," he said joyously. chldren were served with r'o lls and Thornhill, Mr. Be.n Mclnicb, and Mr. =~"'=~ Two years ag.o I stayed one night ! little cup cakes. Needless to say they Don Redfern, Rev. Coad: is also conwith a fam.ily living in a little tnr~ Sterling Morton, grandson of the ' will all rememper that part 'Of the tributing a great deal ·o f time a.n d ro-0med house .o.n a btuff high above iginator ~ Arbor Day, told a story / trip. · . • energ.y to- the cause. the Colorad·o river. It was on the 0 "d N b k c· In abooit a wee.k the clover leaf! 1 . . / The first grade were espe.c rnlly •1. L. HORTON & CO. Cal'ifornia bank, close to the briclge. Fri ay at e ras .a ity exp ammg terested because they are - worki g Four H signs .displayed on each mem"' that connects the pavement from ! 'w it comes th.at a misspelled! word .o n a b.ake.ry project a.nd it was for ber's property will })e evidence of AMBULANCE SRllVIQE Needles witq _the l~ttle , town of 'l'o- ~1 fpears on the log cabin sign shown this ree:son that the trip was a.r· :definite org.anizatio.n. \ pock' on the Colorado si.d e. ; i Arbor lod.g e park. A workman ranged. Stated problems will be work~'d Y.ou have heard songs about the · uned Cuay had been delegated to The child·r en giafo much i.nforma- out, with demonstrati,ons for all of / •...C::::>41_"7;::._9"'::>41-~-...c::::,,,.-~"Beautiful the "Silv·er . . tio.n. mo.re than y-0-u may ·think, fro?IJ the children. The diff.erent sections 1. = ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ . ., dColor.ado," "M . C d ,, Col· ....... '1 n .Lt a Sign on th e b w"ld"m.g s h owmg or a.do, an .o on11t o 1ora o. .._... R • excursions of this sort and M'iss of ~he club will c:ompete for honQrs. .you never heard! a song abo.ut the : t~at this was the type CYf home early Gardi and the stud nt teachers ce11 Some cxf the .tMngs planned for the b~rren desola.teness of the cou.nt\ .y:; 8 .ttlers kn .best. He completed the tainly appre ·ate the aid given by club a.re: Gar.den inspections.; Fall J. E. FORSYTH, Hardware mile UJ?0.11 mile of sand, red bids, i j'b a.nd was met soon .after by Ster- 1the "baker m1n" in carr.ying out this exhibition; Parade and picnic; Trip , and bare grey r-0ck; .not a tree 'llOt ng Mor$0n:, who had seen the .new little project. to the State Fair and Exhibi t ' at Plumbing, Heating, aud a green thing .in range .of eye--only i...\gn "Old Setters Cabin." ..That's a I - the county and state fa~rs. brown sage brus.h and blue-.g rey cacod i ., "d J S 1. The seventh grade presented the TM children seem very much Electr ical W9rk t Andi th h thi t ta very go a g.n,, sat . • ter mg Mor- : . . . . . d ro.u~th s_ cl;~u,n rmyucudd:v J '. on to ~" "but why did you spell following .A rbor Day program for t.he interested in ~he proJect, .and a profit- 1 . t ub.es. C 1 o ora o w.i sw1r .~ng, .., 1, ';..,.• .., ' , , ., . " rest of th~ Junfor High folks a.nd able seas.o n IS expected. , _ waters full .of h.1dden whirlpools 1Dia •.:ettlers th only one .t . Fruth· their student teachers, at 8:50, Fri- [ , . mucky, quicksand bottoms. 'lid c~ ' 'most .of the old settlers· dla.y April 22 ~~=---~..........-. =. . h ' ~ 6 - I"'!!..· ' ' • -._.-~~"=~'='c:::J" C: I sat outside on t, e door step - · 11-e deaci d I though one 't' , was 1 Song , America the Beau~iful j 1:'4XI .... TRANSFER. SERVI • s~pper was over and stared a~;Jhe 'aou h fdr them that are left." - ----------------- --- - -- Assembly Out-of-t Tri -' , ' ~ river far lb elow me. For four d,_ ,. g . own pa of Groupa Reqaeet 2 Arboi- Day Play: had been in this country. I w Thiei er.ations of the Morton ~ . l 1 imily e represented at Arbor LeRoy Redifer.n, Theodore Graves, . • ·~ 00e , sick of sand, .o f cactus, .of one · N ·1 G . d Wil Fl M te J n 1 1 ma · · · rOdge o e hiund~·ed., anniversar.y ei~ 00 " au~ on ea ffalle•becJi:•a Gara! wanted, oh, .how I wanted Ga1nes and ~orge Grafton •. . . _ 69 back to the c.ity where I cowd aeJ ,f e.r. Joy and Mark Morton, 1 . . · . -<:::i.-r;::::..._.'><-~-..-~-·<:::::-_..:~-o..c:::::-.-c::::::...--c:::::::_;~;;...~~-_...~ · ... ...here· Ster·11·.ng Morton, a 3 History of Arbor Day ________. friendly faces; friends greetin me, ·0 ...., • ·• > "th ·1 nd hea t h d h k w randson and Sterling Morton a - ---- - -------- Euge.!1e A~dlrews wt sm1 es a r Y an s a ~· . • .· - . 4 Stor. of Johnn Appleseed__ _ w,anted above all things to see lOllMI!- gr t 1' o~~ ~he1r attachinent for . ' y y n n th o e ts still as strong as ever --- ---- ----------- - - Loren Du to . G J. P. CLARK t I aptwfthatanding it has passed into the' 5 0 ngma . . l - .tal ks oru. t h e uses of nda tifleie state. They inspected the trees: ___ ___ ..Llo.y4 Jones, Victor We try to give ou~ customers more tllan they exj)ect. '.lllllf.Jl:fijl]dlrfli!Yli,othe grounds and the trees Parri'ott, John Rhodus, Clarion ~••1&...•IUf_ in the surroundiings.. They Smith, Monte Jea.n G.aine!J, J;.ames ~~ll"J'J tc1 be there. and sad with Pasco . nowled·g~ that the founder of this 6 RecitataiO.n, Birches --- ------e show place has been gone for --------·---- ~-- - Wayne Filmore thirty .years. 7 Music ----- --------- -------"' ten cents a barrel for t.he life giving Postmaster Frank A. Bartling saiO ___Frank Larso.n, .LeR,oy Red!fern BETTER HARDWARE liquid:" I watched him curiously.. for !Saturday that more thru1 a kalf mi'l- 8 Tree worq puzzle __ ______._____ I was consc'ious that he was 'intent lion Arbor Day commemorative --- - - George Grafton, J.ames Paco some interesting p1~o~ct all his .o ., stamps werii solq at the Nebraska 9 Bird Cans:_________ _________ GENE;RAL E t.ECTRIC T.hen I saw a strange sight. I. City postoffice-. -- Ha~old fisher, Theodore Grav~ REFRJ sheltered no.ok by the side of t ' e. Morton-Gregson comp>Sny of Ne- 10 P, ictu,r es----,.. _____ Roger Mason . GER.ATOils R UGS and FVRNITURE .I house was a tin.y green plarit -a gou di braska City made the largest pur_ 11 Resolutions ___ Seventh Grade -~'<::::>-~ ~ vine! He stooiped. over it, n.urstng It chase 25,000. Another lar.g e purchaser 12 H.ow to plant a .t ree ------ - - ~~- ~ with .t ender hanqs and carefu.lly P . r- w.as the Morton Salt commpany, - - ------- ---,--- --- - Frank Lars9n i ed on i;t the few precfous drops of s~amps being mailed to all branch 13 America -------------- Assemb'ly water. If .ever I saw love in the face iiffices of the concer.n. The s~~e~th gi:a.de .have m~ p lans 0£ a human .being, it was in this StaIQp collectors we·r e i.n the city to really pla.nt' a tree .as soon as the child's as he stooped over' that green 1 from ~t.. J'Oseph, Kansas City, Oma- landscape .g ardene r decides upon a plant'. Then he came 1b ack towardl ha, Gle.nwoo.d,J.a., Holton, Kas. Ba· suitable location. me. tavia., N. 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Tney are: 1ev.e r ' thef :o nly ch arige. was do.u1bli.n&" This will e1,tainly be an im rove- I Fr~klin had a noti<»:i as .a boy me.nt on the camp us Wh pp Forrest Co1rn ,president of the number of votes. , · en eruL . .t hat it was wro.ng to eat meat. · so ·he vians , return ,to Per,u. the.y will not ! omse Sonderegger, vice-president As to the part to· be playe.d in the ~Id his brother if he would g'ive :eco~n:i.~e 't heir old ·Training ·Butitct- Dorothy Har~o n. secretary future in regard to women, it is .him half of what his bo.ardi cost he Milouise ' Wiier, treasurer th01ught t,hat men a:nd women will had m ade. would. go out a111d lioard himself. Af- m g in its new attire. sh are equ.ally the mistakes made. These young people ha.ve -been ter this Benjamin made his dinner on Ethel Koser, reporte.r studYJ.ng .Robin Hoodtfor the pl}$t tw-0 a biscuit or ~ tart . .. Jn .. this way ihe ARBOR DAY AT PUB·L ic SCHOOL. After short .t alks by ·the retiring Mistakes will not be m ade- by men alone .or woi'men alonie: biut hy both. Arbor Day was · very fitt' 1 b weeks.- Below are some of the poems saved some -Of his board mo.ney to served, b th ·1 mg y .o - VICE1-p1'0sid,en:t,, Mi,ss Ruddy; the reDevotio.n•als were reili by Francis btu.y . mo.re boo~. · y e pup1 s ·of the Peru p.ub- . . . · · they wrote: ' · ... lie schooll on . last F n·d ay a fternoon, tmng pres'i.dent. Miiss McNeal·' the Burling.' Geneive D1·a·ke · Jedi . the Robin Hood and. His Merry Men .. • . April 22. new presdle.nt, Mr. Corn; and the ,group s'ingi.ng which was followed' by Juruor High Track Meet Th · two delig.htful vocal duets b.y Jean By Shirley Chatelain :.... bl . ~ program was opene:di wdth i.n- counsellor, Profess.or Tyler; the I There w.as co.ns ~era Blan kenship and Ad;a Brady. Lucille e excitement vocat1-0n by Rev D s c .... I Ro b'i.n . Hood .a.nd his. merry :men down .at the athlet ic field' last Th · · · · · oaw, and this ast, meeting of the season was lcon- Stratto n· played the accomp.animent. urswas f.olLowedi by songs d d " r day when the Jru.nior H. h Came to Queen Katherine B · . an rea mgs cLuded. Ph ' . ig oy s appropri ate to the :day The children . . There was .a roiig.hty c-ontest ys1cal Ed\lcation Class held a track of all the grad.es. do~n· to the tin . PHIJ;,O Ry some :mighty men. ~eet. ,The c_lass was divided into tots, each had a p.art and a:ll showe~ ' · Y. W. C. A. Philo was entertained Tlm1·sday r ~ ree ~on~esting s <'j:uai ls. One of the caref.ul tra'i.ning o.n the part of their "Woman's P art in Hi.story" was night by the · second r;ruup of new The: contest waa a success . oys ran fifty yards in 66 seconds. teachers. Dr. J. Stanley Br-0wn then th-e topic chosen b.y Mr. Ka.hn for a Philomatheans, in charg·e of Genevieve Drake. They presented . a oneQ.uee.n K:athe rines' men were the .best , The,· bo.ys are now intensely i.nter- • talked to the chHdren .aibout Wash;sted .m b~eball. T.hey have chosen ing toin the Man., Washington city, and short talk 'a t Y. w. Wed.nesday even- act play, "When Love is Young/• Queen· Kat1ierine had "8. pretty place our ~ ap~arns, and have f.o.u_r . b-ase- , Mit. Vern.on. 'in g . with the following" cast o.f characAnd .all t he ki,ng's \ men were· d~s- ball n'Lnes, .arranging a series of ni.ne j ' Afterward the gath .r · _..... . d "Some writers", say Mr. Kahn, ters: . . e mg iiUJOu.rne . . . . -graced.. h g arr.ies.d, eTa~- _ team pla ying each to the sch:o ol lawn w.here ~utiful ~1v.ehiwomen nheo credlit f~r their part Mrs. Martm-Flore~ce F~rchild . · Robin Hood per'!@ ·· 11«:: first gam es were won by 1 Ch'inese elm was d d'i. t d t W i. m story, ot rs very httle a.nd the Polly Stan:- Sally Catania. 0 t .h e fi rst· and t hi rd tea•·os d gro.up a d mlt · t h at they h ave 'By Dick Clements in gton and plantede w1ca •th e appropria · asy. te th:' '11' Dick Martin- Bill Shumard. · · · ... _ . Robin and; .his· mer~y men- -'---- - ceremonies. Each ·o.ne of the ei hth ut:en active. It was. the w.ar t~at Mrs. Starr-Genevieve Drake. A hunting .t hey would go The seventh gra<l.e mathematics grade place:di a shovelfuJ of ~irt I made w-0me.n econom:cally eq~~l w1tfi It . was a comedy, and everyone enTo sho·o t a g-re,a.t big deer class h as b.een stu.dy:ing hanking, and aroiun.d . the tree. The elm was p·r e- i ~n. Th.e.fyh wo;kelsd m ~actones, h ad joyed it very much. And something else I J!:p.ow . T d t 2 . 30 h se.nted to the sch00 1 b th W R C · c ar.ge o osp1ta " encouraged men . ues 3 Y. ~ • t ey went down to Y e · · · to d efend their country a:n,d in var- , the b a nk to see h.ow ·1t was actiually who . were .g uests of the school. Fin- . t k , 1 ~~-~ Wh ...... o.n a h un t u'l ..J,"d go . • a 11Y th e .names . of .t h ose present were rnus a ce. h . th ~ ~• Rob'·n 1 • i<l0ne. They were espe.ci;tl~y interested "Wways o.o man s pthr .His man WQ1uld c,heer him on his way, in the t iine locks on ,;,he vaults placed in a bottle to be ouried .b eside I t oma n el~e.n I n-0~, b oug m t de . KING'S BARB.ER SHOP B:e liked to fish anidJ s.h.o·ot with bow Th · h h · · the tree · A G wes ern woir · 8 ie as ee.n gran e ,· e elg t g r ade arithmetic das~, uest. ,. slllffr.age is not on an eqiual with Your Pat.ronage Right in the midd:le of tire day. \.\ i th Mary Ellen Navui.u::c, their . m an politically. Th'is can readily be Appreciated te::{:.ber: . _held a . pfr:nt(! a11cl we1 :1e1 , GIRLS CLUB seen in the small number of women Below Rexall Store T.h e fifth grade . history , cla,1>S has l O~s;f . 11~ n..d.ay a f tern r,o;-i. They hiked Only fou r. nwre weeks of school I i n the legislative branch .of our

GRADE SCHOOL NOTES The :fourth grade, with the ·h elp of their t eacher, Miss Doris · Petry; dramatized a !!tocy from Robin Hood Thursday at 2:30. They inv.ite.d the . . third grade, and their teachers, Miss Roberts and Miss · Zim.mers. The young a ct ors wore typical Robin Hood C.Ostumes with their bows and arrows which t hey themselves

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been sbu.cling Be.njanrl~· Frankiin., ..and <''-1i t o Sh:nker's pastu re. left .t hen there will be a "b-ra.n,d new" government. No woman as yet has <::>~~~~ have written some very ·· fine essays . .. . .. school year to begin in just t hree ~~~~~ o.n this great man. The following was KILL THE BARBERRY! months, and how theme three months ~ · 'written hy Norma Jean Hays: .M r; Du.n.ri of the State Un·iversi- lwi_·11 fi.y so .we mig.ht just as well be(/ I SEE WESSEL'S Ben.iam.in 'Franktfu ty was· .h ere Thursday, April ... 21, _gm prepan:ng. for it now, ·a There were seventeen childre:n in and spoke to the children in grades As the · Girls Club meetin g held ¥ FOR YOUR FORMALS ~ the family of Benjamin Franklin'. 1-8· -0n the er.ad'icati'on of the common'.! Wednesday the girls by means of' .1? Benjamin Franklin was born in Bos- barberr.y hush. The ·barberr.y pla.nt i pantomime showed .t he real sig.n;ifiFOR REOEPTION ~ ton in 1706 .. He learned to read w.hen is the host of .black ·rust w.hich is so Ica.nee of being a .big ·sister as we:ll ~ AND SCHOOL PARTIES he \va! very ydu.ng . But he .only got dead:ly 'to' small grains; ·a1:1d a special [ a~. suggestions, wh'ich co.uldi be car~ · to go to school two· y€1arS. · When he menace to wheat. Mr. DulI!n stated I ned out. ' ·• ~ ~ ·• CORRECT S'rYLES was t en .y ears old he had to help .h'is ~hat each chlld! who investigates his j , The· g irls representing the · little ~ Dl:VERSITY fathe r. His father mad.le 'his living by own l'l:eig.hihorhQod · and reports, is to : sist ers were Ruth Wheeler, Wilma ~ boiling . soap .and making tallow rece~ve a button. T o · each ·clrild who D alto.n~ Beatric.e Chapman and· MarREASONAB•11E . candles. Benjamin ha.d: to ~ut wicks actually .finds "am-di . ireports to the de- fan' Carlso:n. The big sisters were PRicES ·~ for the candles, fill the mQlds with partme-nt of · agrkultmre'. one .Of the ; Ruth Hawsb.y, Theresa· Clark, Martha ~ I the melted. ·tallow, tend the sho.p and b arberry bush.es, .beautiful -medal is , McDougal an.d Mary J ane Casey. ALL WILL AoPPEAL TO YOU r.u.n errands. He did .not like to work to be g i ven . ., ·T he Department of F irst ·o f all- you- should meet .y our I ~ YOU'LL MARVEL AT THE EX~ in his fath~r;; 'si{op. ' ' ·.. ' Agr.i cult ure sends out. a representa- : lititle· sister at the train . so t,here J ~ TR.EME v.AiuES OFFERED. ' Playing about the water .he learned .tiv:e to make sure thata. the bush is won't be ~a t first scared·, lo.nesome I KAYSER LACE SILK · MITTS AND to swim, and .t o manage a b.oat. the harmf.ul v.ariety, and to kill it. 1 feeling. Introduce her to y-0.li'r 1 KAYSER and DEXDALE CHIFFQN Wh en he wais very you.n.g ·he got the Th.e speaker expla'ined how to tell fri·en<lls ·a_n d·".make_h.er ene ?f a ·group. HOSIERY notion that h e woiuldl li,ke t <Y go to the . .harm.fu.l bush from the harmless Th en reg1:striat:1-0n .day · 1s such a ~ 10.0 percent PUR•E SILK and DANCE . ~ .b t his fath e r d'id not think s_o. , / species. The · cornrhon barberry,:· bustle andi hurry; to a freshma.n who SETS . . · ., se;ra~kli.ni and his pfaymates used / w hich is the h a rmful ~. n e, has a sa-:n- doesn•t kno•' ; what it is a_ll about. }) t fi h '.( minnows . in a mill pond~ . toothed ·edged leaf, wi.t.h the berries l-Jiust take trme to explam a few V ;e ;as ~:a.d'er .am;ng the .b;0.ys. So 1in . bwnc hes, ;and: .usually three spines ~hlngs and ~O'W 1 it wm help! What he . . ro sed that the,_, boys f:1}¥,>\J ~ . ' -,,.: · ' ... .· . , if you ar en t the first one throug.h, .fJ Nebraska City, Nebr. .. .t.. rf ·•1·n' · a marsh to TRAINING SCHOOL ORCHESTRA it will never be regreted;.· that few • . . b u1.1Pd. ap.ol t'ttl e .wu1a , . k th . f h I . . ~ .,...: marsh was a ·p.il.e . Mi. Ji.n<l•r a has t a en over e l mmutes o e p. N stiwd on. ear ~ue · · h tr and Of · h t he h l · .th '-" h the workmen Training Sc:hool ori:: es. a now, course w en sc -00 year ~· ··;...: ~ ·· ,,....._ _;..,__,,....._ _.c-.:. __ ,,-..._"'"'" _.c--.._..,.~--<::::>~ of stones w1 wrnc · h · ·- · h · h al ~ -......~ .......,.._..""' -._,,._-"'" ~ """' """' """'- , ' _. . : . . · hoilse After the they are wbrking . ard on t e piece.s gets i.nto fwll ~W'ing t ere are ways ~ ... . . . ll were b.Utl~'Lfg a o ne, FT1ankli.n and to be 'play.e.d 'iin the State .MiuS'ic Con- parties to go to ap1d the girl's eter.nal . workmen w e _re _ g ried all the stones t est at Lincoln, May 6 a~ 7. · Th& questi-0.n. _''w:ha:· shall. I w.e ar:" Ret.he other- boy~ car h barf or three pi.ec0'l?. they a.re .wo•r king up are member · little mster. hkes oad'v1ce ·on ~ awa y ao.d _.bwlt , t . em ~ w ater. In ' Majestic Over ture," "Mignonette," v.rh at... dress would be appropriate. 1 ... ,.., pfor reac.hrn g ou.t into t e w e·ry and ' 'Cha nson· Triste." Also in't rodillce her to · you1· ·best .boy ~ ' .. . t 1· the morning the workn:en were v ·e ·frie 111d because little sister likes bo.y Prompt' Service -r. r'l ed rhat their stoi;ies w er "' . • . .,.. ' d f . mucn surp s .r t h e . These are momentuo.us ays or ,friends just the same as big -0nes and }) · $1.50 Pei; Pozen g one. But the y soon fou:;n:~ t: :I'ie•.s ome of the . s.~v.e.nth a~~ ~igth gr~~es they Vti.11 make ~r · coll~e life ju~t V · 15 for .• $1.00 . ·' r.,. , t-h~y we re. Th.ey · com pl . d I of the su.rroun~rng vic;1mty · Fndiay J.that much more mterestmg. 1 . I Phone S6 10 pa!~ts of . t he boys . Frank . ~:i i an d S at•urday the co·unty eig hth gr.~de L ast o{ all _ d•~m 't, please be a big ·.~ · some of the oith~r boys ;-e~~ P~~: his · e"xaminat'lons were g iven ·at the Trai~~ _sister the fi rst week, but be on'e for fo r their misch1ef. BenJarm.n . 1... , . g scho.ol. The cha1:diren from their the whole year. Don't rw;h he the ll wi.ng m · and drop he.r t he seco.n d V father that they w er e ·only ·bui showed District sc.hool w ere h e:re., .an d several first week f m n "~rb·y co.unty districts. Thur- but be a pall th·e whole year. a P ier But the fathe r soQn · fltl that was ro · ~ ' a.a t k · ' hi m that no thi.ng w~· u~e · s.dJay a bOlllt W eighth gr ers 00 1 ff the ' big sister5 .next_ ye~r. w;m n ot honest. a.ms . and Fri·day th.ere were about try to carry oru.t. th_e se few simple '• .d:::;.. ...:::::;..~ When Franklin had work_ed ~~ :~ se:enth ,~nq ei,g h; h g;:-?-ders. Peru things the·re will "probably be fewer ~ yea rs in his f ather's shon, Iris :fat to t is glad "to we~conie these new,comers ',homesick little freshmen tha.n . ~ter afraid t.hat he woul~ r.u.hn offha.d he.re. ·p ro.12alYly , a good man.by of the~ bef-Ore. .. . .. ~ I of h'Ts .other brot ers . · 1 · ·1~ t " t rtd High School -ere nex ·. i . . i sea, as- ene · Li take wi a e . · d · b I e · His father w.ou . _ , 'The ·combfoed program · of bacon, RECEIVED A NEW L(NE OF NOTIONS AND TOILET · · ' · GObris ' · · · e or ~alk sometimes sho~ng y eai · and ~~ffee c.alled ~he Kadelp~ns' to~ h 1~ef m or a domg · ,,.,,. · ·1 him what other men w e r e di .• v, La.n,dsc aping ork gether at th~ Du~c~ ;vv6?' for ~ts a~t ~ . h .' ·n t hat .h e would take some J>la'.ns . have been m~de,, a~ w .. ' everuing together this spr'mg, o.n..Apvll .. :CALL AND SEE THEM---,--SC.fJOO!-.· ~,UP.PLI~§,, FOUN· opi ~ b t ted on an extensi.ve landScapmg 18 :Fresh tOmatoe.s, bread and butter, .TAIN P.EN AN·D ~;f;NCIL SETS 1 t~~e JO :· w h'ile BenJa.lllin bec~e s 1:~ fo.r .t he Training .Bwilding. T~~ Ii.i~kles, potato chips· and ·o ranges . . --r- ' ..J f H e rea d,. bis p eral . scheme is this: Hedge w: c'omplete;d the menu.. Beta Mu was ' " . d E t Seasonable Fruits, ,G roc,e ries, .:Vegetables and '' .' ' e· fo111U o .~ dull ge.n plot !1l .. ··' ..,,oo . a s, v i:'Y ' o ks which were very . be lante.d aro.u-?~ .the ' g.r~SS: nd . tr ul y on the r:ock .P~Je. for they .a te . ", Fresh Meats f~~her ~ b o ' H e sol.d ;some little J / , ' ~ 'the Tr~1~ng -bwld'mg, a their p icnic SUJ?p~r, p~rched o11 !ar ge ',1· for child r en . . , ;j ~ ~ buy ·more books· fr~n,; ; . '1· elms set i.n the plot. The . , . k . . . . . . thjngs of h'is t h i.nk af nothing six ;~~:w graveled!, which ·b.e- J ro~o~: .giue~ts, t h t".. tw~ty most o.ut; - ~ ;, '.~ l i . :·... ·. . .. ~ H18 fa.tber eo ke him a printer., /i·fi'.i:\f ' '!'. th~ walk and. the bu~lding, ·it · d'o:;,~ ,sophomores were invited :t o ~ 1 b 'tt., than to ma d · t' · }tis tween bl grass and set 5 an · · • , 0 • e,.. ..... r . . . . }! be seeded to ' ue. this . m~ting. . ' . . , . 1 .· • ·, ' , ,,, .I . ~,, . ·• • • · \ • l· • 5 a pre.ntice Sd. BenJarn.m w:ranilin, who already ·W:1 .d,ecoratjve, . . ev.~:~ree!1s ~~ Aft.er all had as many helpings as -~~~-~-">..-::::- -">~<:::>-~brfther, James ff. :ae.njamin J:iked with .-: . Th'i~~ is for the purpose o a printin ~ 0 j.~ede.._ .. y fa~t as" he p lants. · · d learn ver 1 , t hip tz·a.de an

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1931-1932 Peru Pedagogain Issues 23-24  

1931-1932 newspaper issues 23-24 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

1931-1932 Peru Pedagogain Issues 23-24  

1931-1932 newspaper issues 23-24 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

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