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The children of the .training school providoo another interesting event of music week in their production "Hansel and Gretel" Thursdayi even· i.ng, May 5. The project was worked out by g11ades three. to six inclus'ive, and Peru. Prep. and Omah a Central was <l~ stinctly their own prod,uct. high scho-01,s divided second place, The chi Ld.re.n themselves chose the each scoring sixteen p oints w h ile well known story of Hansel and Do not miss the crowning event of .y our· fraternity's year! Hi.aw.at.ha., Kansas sto·o d a lO!Ile i n Gretel for thedr t,heme, and decided third place with fift~n poin t s. T ickets o.n sale for 65 cents, float periods, W~esday and Thursday, Maay which sce:n.es of the stor.y they 11 and 1.2. Faculty members S'J tinner; ~gro sta r fr.om Omaha would portray. a n d w ives are cordially inviteed to attend. Alumni members are urged to send in plate re$&v.ations. Tech., wa~ high i;ndividual scorer, Thie songs .used were those they 1 baki ng first in the 220 and 440 y d . h ave learned diuri ng the year 'in thei r dashes. He lowered the m eet r ecord s . : • , tea- but ice cream ·a..ild cakes with 1~ re.gular cl ass work. Some of the little fan and parasol favors. The low · · speeches aJso were written b y them, m p::ps, another ftash, from Omatoned music was strangely restful A work of th.is kind is not meant t a be the finished entertainment that an ha Central, broke th:ei tape .first Jn 1 as , one sat / .amidst twining vines and j the centur.y dash andi was ssco,nd t o cherr.y bloom. operetta is, but is of ev-e.n more Skinner 'in the furlong to count nin e Annual Spring , Blossom Festi;val M'·-'n;ah+ -nd the strams· of · s. L. Cleme~ts Introduces New Or- , valu.e a,s a real interest a nd s~urce w.•....,, ..--... of pride to the ch'ildren. 1 I s Well Attended · n· at· n to Per P·o in.ts .and place second in the in~ I "Japanese Sandman" told t,he visi- 1 ga iz 10 · u The first act w as laid in the ho me dividnl:al scoring. Fisher, Pe·r.u Prep. : . I tors to the mystic East that their J : of Hansel anrl Gretel. After th thei r was third in the indivdual sc<>ring ' J apan ·1·n Ch·Qrry Blossom time' I F th t 1 th h d fincU ~ -0r e pas sever.a. years e 1mot •er ' enr.age at ng column.. He tied for first .in t he half . · d ream ~s over. th a t the f ans mus t ,i • • em ..... ~le .an -"" ran a close second t~ S k; ,..._ Does oiught sound more roman.tic? . s.h ld 1 Program has .bee.n the big event of rdancm g, had acc1dl;!ntally spilled au u ~ ...... .be closed till ano•t her .year ou h · the fl h t . . . . the year in the lines of many of the It ei! r s.upper o.n oor, s e sen Der '""' the 440. Both Fishieir a.nd Ski.rv- All c an't sail to far Nippon, but the .... . pass_ .away brmgmg with it another Hansel and Gretel to the Black Forest ner broke Gaylord Littrell's r ecord of girls of Eliza Morgan and Mount · 1 F . Tra1rung School ch11dren. It 1s a free f b . Th th . f th B ossom est1va1. or err'1es. en eir a; er came 54.l ip the quarter-mile, the f orme r Verno.n H alls succeeded in bringing ·p rogram for the pllirpos e of acq uaint. home with. fo od in plent y a,nd · the r ttrming it in 53.6 a:nd the winne r in at least t h e spfrit of thei lan'<l <?f ~he ._ , ·~ . ling -the public, a nd .esp ec.i.ally the !two set out - to fin d their children. SS '"fiat. " risi n g sun to Per111 . las1i Satllirqay_ p.arents, with the work .t he sc.hool is The p.arts of H a n_ sel an.cl Gret.el .Fishte·r~ Peru anrll Olsen of Tech . I d b D k Cl ts d night at thei r spring Blossom Festidoing in music. It is traclition;aily an we r~ P• aye Y IC emen an. f u.r.nished! the ~ excitement of t he day · . . . . M anan Ford., that of the mot her by wh en the two ran a · dead- heat in the v al. · j 't nformal p r og ram, mclu.ding num~ers Mary Alice Vanderford. and .that of 880 yet. r.un to breik the old r ecor d . G uest s were met at the door by --! by the music classes from the· httle the f ather b.y Ellis Adams. Thoe. ti.me was 2:07. tlie h?s:tesses who .welcomed. them Take Track and Field Meet by Big ! tots w:ith thei r quarter sire v~olins to I The second act f ound Hansel and Omaha Tecb.'s . .mile relay qruarte t to the dimly lighted parlors fr.a.grant Margin Saturday the orchest~a which included High a-retel lost i1n the B.lack Forest, wher e clpped 2..8 seconds .off the old record and lilacs School Semors. the fireflies, sandmen, .breezes, dew- . in that event, when they co v e N!d th'e wi th orient al incense The program this .year,, held ori &fop f.aires, and birds visited them in · u t es 42·2 .,...,. ~.ocn~,d· w h1"c.h were a rtistically arranged P eru h.i g h school jour.neyed to Dui M ay 3, opened wi"th the k;ndergartenturn. diistance i.p 3 Il'.hln_ ~· s· ,. Twenty-.e,i .ght teams ans wered the with sp r.ays of spyrea. The Japanese b a r Last Satu.rday, and met the hi.g ers, d!irected b~ Mass M'cCollum and j In t his th'ird .act,, at the cand'y r oll call and approximateJ}y 25.0 ath.- la nterns. i.n the long ha1l cast almost sc.hool of that place in track an,d fie>: J Wil m~ Sil~ce.. . They h ave be~n I hollse, th~ ch.ild:ren devedy foiled letes actually particip.ated. T he fact a m oonli ght glow over all as the girls meet. Peru .won h andiJy, maklng 79 11.? stud ymg .birds m school, .and the lit· i the old witch pla.yed by 'Betty Ann that t he track wias wet prob ab ly . h'""' li . to . D b -; 39 % Following. t l·e folks .gave .bird so.ngs .and repre- , Dasher, and rele ased a ll the unio.rtu.in daint y net and c ..,,.on c n gU:g pomts to un· ar s · sented bird calls by s'i.nging,, playing : nate children she· had tur.ned i.n.to p reyented .better performa nces. ~ Summa.r.y: t he .arms of their gentlemen fne~ I is a l'ist of .the winners and events: . : on t heir violins, and whistling. [gingerbread andi cookies. The n t h e Score-Peru 79 1-2. Dunbar 39 1-2. · The first gr ade, directed by Mar- entire cost joi.ned in the "Partner l oo Yd. D ash--1. Philipps, 0 . Cen,. g ayly made the.ir way to t!1e pmk d hite a hway wb1ch led . h . I w re . Shot- Won by Pug h, (P); Stras- · garet Englekemier and Kat enne j' D.ance." t ral'. 2. W o:o ds, Hiawatha,, Kans.; 3. ~m h - .t multi-colored fan to . 1 d h Math-is, Te.cwnseh; 4. Turne r, D ubois. t roiug a grea ld berg (D) 2nd: Rhodus (P) 3rd. Dls· , Ber~ma.n fi rst s ang an~ the.n playe Other char.act ers were as follows: a verita ble g.ard'e n or sh-0u .o ne ~aky t --4l ft 7. 'in. on thei r violins two numbers. Inter- ' ViJlage. Children: . . Time-10.4.. h d f verywhere were p1.n a.nee ., . . 't . y d. H. 1!.-1. Elli.ott, Hiawa.an or e a:r; or e · h h }, Q O yd D ash b.y Fisher (P); Gorton I est was increased by the ptzz1ca a I Dean C0ia¥1ey, Max Rog ers, Mary 120 11 t ha. , Kans.; 2. Herst. Rockport, Mo., c heirr.y blossoms--a nd ~bout ~ a (D) · 2nd · Sultzb augh (P) 3rd- Time vari ations in ihe'ir playing, which 1 Duncan, Betty Collin. an er~s. ' added greatly to the effect. 3. Eng el, 0. Te.ch.; 4. Bausc h·, B u r - the m ystic glow of "thtlebcate J panese .m- - 11 . . ' Witches: c hard!. Time-17.4. Yello w dlrapes W l a. nd Mile Run -- Westbrook (D) Stinnon The elementary orchestra, with 1 Joan Good, Ann a Leone Lehrma n, Burtis McM ahon, Maxine Sultzb..au.g h, 440 Yd, Dash-1. Skinner, O. Tech.; s crlpitio.n:> h~ta; !~~ ;m:7t:e~es (D) 2n c1; Vosberg (P) . 31'd- Time twenty childre.n from t he fi rst to the 1 Fisher, Peru; 3 Barrie, o. No:th; .at along onen a seventh grades, directed by Let a Horma Jea.n H ayes,, Lillie Mae Collins, 5:l2. A. N ewbauer, Munden, Kans. Time served pun c.h. t 220 y d Dash- F,is,her (P); Sultz· Davis played two pie ces, a w.altz and Fireflies: 1 ~ In a bevy of cherry b oss·oms sa b ·h (P). 2nd Gorton (D) 3rd Time ''Chi.ng Chung ", a Chlinese number. Grant Devore, Gordon P aTmer, J. W . - 53. (new record) h. 2 the orchestra. Althou g h the p.harty a2u4g 4 ' . The>n a brass qiu artet.te compr:isec1 of I McMahon, Arthur Holch, Edd!ie War~ 1 Pe ry 0 ',rec ; · t osp ere R Mlle u.n- · r ' ·· fi ld lac ked t hat Western .am . D." · Pl gh (P)· Stiiasberg (D) i Arthur Cleme nts, cornet, Wendell ma.n. , iuite American iscusJ. ' . • It Mu lc i. Munden, Kans.: 3. She n e ' ,..., b k t.he orchestra was q f . 2 d · Moellei· (D) 3r.d: - Distance 91ft Burbridge, cornet, M.axme Su, z.. S a.n.dmen: Omaha T~ch. ·, 4. Smith, N e ras a ' Th great fan ·o var1- n ' ' d D" k Cl t A 1 t "' enjoy.bly so. e . 1c emen s, Armo.n d Fla.u., Marion pp ega e, 60 y d H. Hurdles- P.ugh (P); baugh, alto horn, an 4 City. T ime--4:46. . Tech.; 2 gated paistel s hades which was even G t (D) 2nd· Rhodus (P) 3rd'- t ro mbone, played "The V aca,TI;t Chair.' Wend~ll Burbridg e Roy Grafton, Roy Shot But-1. Ellis, O. larger than t h at .above the do.o rw ay T'or on 9 9 ' This q Utartet te1 appeared in chapel last Adams, George. McConoughe.y, Lester n... • g l- p·~ru·, 3 . Loder, O. Central; 4. ·t had a strange atime-- . . ho th r ;u ...., "" · th Y.d Dash- Fisher (P); Wellen- week and 'in Su.n.da.y Sc ol at . e Turner. 4 4 which was oppoS'1 e 440 ~sm~1·e r, Auburn. Distance, f th dan cers Benes Ch h S d --' Ju rg.,,., "" tr.action. or e ·. . k (D) 2 nd· Stinso.n (D) 3rd- Time Met hodist urc , iun ay, am..• Bl'eezes;: · feet 1 JJ.2 i.n. its sorea.cl~.ng b eauty one ~m.te f org ot S'IC 3 ' everyw here they received a well Shirley Chate.tain; Wilda H.a,zelton, · High Jump.--1 Silk, O. Benso.n; 2 ' that - it was o.nly a n dream jump- Rhodus (P); Strasberg merited) receptioJllo Betty Bro w:n, Ne.al Sli.nker, Robert Rhodus, Periu; that he was in J ap an. Tinng of D) g2 d· Sultzbaugh (P) 3rdr-Hei· J The Hig h School orchestra, wh'l ch Leahy, Edg.ar Lyons., Clarice N rtb S tewart a nd ay or, · · danc'i.ng the guiest..s found t h e l~wn ( ; won second in the District Contest Howe, Leolo Bllirtwel,l, Geraldme • t i::i 3rd and 4th,. Hei g ht 5 ft. 8 set aglow with lanterns that fairly ;d Hurdles- Gorton (D) ; 'at Omah a, Apr;il 8,, a nd wall in McKnight, Jean Vosburg. 1 2 in h rivaled the stars overe head .a nd off. h (P) ' 2 d· Stino.n (D) 3rd- Time t he Stat e Contest .at Lim.c.oln Saturd-ay, Jean P atterson, Leonore L arson, - 220 °y d. D.ash- 1. S ki nner, O. Tee · ed a charming respit e. ' Pu g n ' the.n pl ayed the'ir c·ontest n.umbers. I Vera na .Rogers, Ma,yme Sherm!)n, 2 Phillipps, O. C entr al; 3. :woods, erThe inteirmiS5io.n bro.ug~t a lovely -~~9 ·Y.d Ru.n- Fisher (P) ; We'iien· Professor Jindra a nd J.<"'orreet Corn Lorene Coatney, V~ra Osborne, Eli · Hiawatha, Kans.; 4. Ber n st;;n· o . u r prise. Sally an d Alphia · Catania . · (D) 2 nd. Wei;tbrook (D) 3r<li; wh o .dhected th.is orchestra at Om aha iabeth Coatneoy. Tech. Time-23.2 (,new r ecor c·ty ~anced a nd sang " Som ebo.dly Loves S IC;. - 2 16 ' directed them. Gi.ngerbread ch-0rus : Pole Vault-Smith, Pa~eef tls~ You" and a girls t r io; E velyn Br~ht, - B:.: :i j~~p-lSultzbaiugh (P) 1st; AS .Mr. Jindra pointed ou~, it 'is in~ Ralph Hayes, Davi~· 'Yarnock, Opal . Hiudson and Colea.ta Crmk ther Conner, MaJor1e / Lehrman, a:nd F l owers, O . So.uth tie h " d or and Leona " d "P ar a Rfi oc1us (P) 2 nd:·' H azelton (P) 3rd- ter-esti.n g t o note that whule ,_ h e .Mae ...... d ..---B ausch, Bure ar and "J.apanesei Sandman a n . ft 8 3-4 in are six senfo rs who lea ve hie ore es- Iantha Dunton. d 18 an .Gou t1'ed f') r 3rd sang . - Distance. . b . h . di ,. . F" he (P). Rhodus (P) 2nd t r a t hlis sp1 m g, there' a,re a num er Cookie C ·o rus: Dav)·son, Pawnee, 1mse. one's J ave is r ' · · h h d · T o'n;lmy S'-4th Height-11 ft. 3in. If dancing were .not t o . ( D) 3 d- Dist a nce- 113 ft 3 "i.nl of si xth, seven.th, a nd e1g t gra · Lynn T urn er, ,..,rma.n 1 2 0 yd. L. H.-1. MathisK Tec.uu;- choosing, ciar.ds were provid ed in M~~t ; V a ul;_Rh odus (P) ; W ellen- er,s already in the o rchestra., which 'Twil a Mason, Isabell Tynon, Leon a h· ? Elliott, Hiawatha, ans. : · u nt Vernon Parlors. . 2nd!. Leahy (P) 3rd-,Height makes ther prospects for the n ext few BurtwelL se ' - · 0 T h · 4 Griffin, Sterh.ng. Mo h Id a co.uple wander t o t he s ic k ( D) . ' .yea rs very encouraging . In con.nee- Bfr<l Chorus: Eng-e·l , · ec ., Or s ~u h 11 tbey found / a Jap a- - 8 ft 9 m. W by Peru- tion with t he or chestra a cladnet Dick Chatelain, Norma Parrfott, Tim~28.31. Sorensen,. O. So.uth; ,2. Recrea tion ~en with maidens 880 Yd! Rel ayon (Continue d on Page 4) \ (Continued on Page 4) Dlscu.s-0 "c -+-al· 3 Rishton,, o. n ese tea gar . l d-.no not - Time--1:4.4.4. Elliott, · e ...... . ' ki monas who qwet Y serve 4) 'Co.ntin,ued on Page

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I D. A. R. -MEDAL AWARD C o a ch Emory p ~ STATE M EET 8f On Thursday, Ma.y 19.a Mrs. Luella trac k tea""' · . hri ert's Fo.ur man T .ues.d ay, M ay 17. Lawerence, Regeent of the Wetheu ... wh the .Mink ~1 . iei w.o n s e c ond in 9:50 w. A . .A. P. Club, ClHlt,t Pl' of tahe D au g ht ers of th1.· State t kc ~IC, c om p eted in the 8: 00, Violin , Class Recital. ,\1ce~ican Revo111ti n· 1 will ::i w:11d a Linc olnral:st and. fieJ.d me.et h~l_d in · g :· ld medal to t he Hi : h Sch ool Senior . . a nd S atu r d " y W·ednesday, May 18. who h.as made the best r ecord in Classes, Fraternities, May Fete Head M elvin ·P. u:g.Fudav h' ... . h • w ho w oul d easily 7:.00 Y. M., Y. W., C, € : A: hist()ry throughout t.he four yea rs. Events q.~:~:~c~ in t he shot p ·ut, was dis- 7: 0.0 N ational Honor ..Society lnitia- . This medal has bee n offered sevecause of . s tepp i n g on the t ion. eral times .and awarded to the fol- I PROGRAM FOR ring. i the p reliminarie s . R odus Thu!l"sday, Mia.y 19. lowing stu:dents: I COMMENCEMENT WEEK q~alifieQ, in t he high jump Friday 7 :·oo Fres hmen ·clubs: In May 1924, Lois Stodda rd. with a l e a p of five feet seven inches Dram atic C~ub Dinner. J.n May 1925, Clar a Stites. h u t wias abl e to do o:nly five three i~ · I.n May 1926, Florine Elli.ot. Saturday, May 21 the fina ls. Fisher won .his heat in Friday, .May 20• In May 1929, Opal Grover. t hie 440 .yard dash i,n a good time of 6:30 Peruvian Dinner. In. M.ay Miaxine Nelson. . 8:00 p. m . F aculty receptio.n t o 5 2.1 s·e eonds bu.t h-·_, to ...._ conteinted B:Ol) Student Voice Recital. In May 1931, James R owan. Gro.d.UJating Classes. w it h .a thir:d in t he"""' finals.ue Sult b ugh S?.t.urday, May 21. On Mon.day, M'.ay 231, the D. A. R. Sunday, May 22 ~he othe.r. Per.u entry, placed zs:cond 8:00 Faculty Reception to Gradw- wHl d·e dicate a, tree set o:n the col- lO:ao ni. Baccalaureat e Service. , i n his heat in t he 220 yard dash on .ating classes. leg·e camp.us in ho.nor of the .Wiasha. Mond.ay, May 23 Fri-day , but did. :n,ot qualify. The Sunday, May 22. ington Bi-Centermi.al. Mrs. E. 11, Q;l5 pi. m. CQllege My Fet e. t eam scored 2 1h points. i 10:30 Bacciulau.reate Service. Wescot t, of P'lattsmou.t~ State Re- 8 :00 p. m. SeJ'J.ior Class Play. · Mon.d ay, May 23. gent, •,viii be ;pre$en.t for the cereTu.esaay, May 24

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l·:h Captain Cowell, b o bca t all-rou nd ,,.,rformer, topped the list of indirvidual scorers wit · h a total of nin et.een points. H a_rt1:11"an, Omaha' s v er- I sntile field sp ecialis t, took firs t s i n the shot and discus., and a secon.d~ in the ju·• elin throw to a ccoun t for tbirteen of bis teams p ·oints. The Peru team sco red slants in the l 6:15 Co.Uege May Fete. mo ny. 9:.00 .a. m. Manual Arts ·Exhi,bit.(Also 440 yard da&hi, 880 yard run, th e . ' I 8: 0.0 ..Senior Class Play.,. M ay 25) . . broad Jump . . half m i ie, an.:! fow Tihe Dover Roa-d. 2:00 'P· m . .Manual Arts Exhibit.(Also 1 hurtlles. ! Tuesday, May 24. May 25) . Crowell turned it. thP. bes t per - j · · 1 W ednesday, May 25 9 :.0 0 Man.ual Arts Ex.hibit. f e of ·h ~ d y when he · -- , , 1:0:(1.1) a. m. High ScJ10ol C-0mme.nceormaec • ·" a Various Activities of Past Year are 2iOO Mann.al Arts Exhiibi.t. o h w·ms T1"e In First ~tch on cJearM the c.ross-b ar in the po1e 1 · ma a roent. 1 1l ·~ ,,, . t Presen ted. W ednesday, May 25. Courts 7 :o.o p . m. Inter-.Frat ernity Banquet. vau t ai "" .1.ee. - ·Ill. 10:.00 Hig h School Commencement. CLAY COURTS DEDICATED Thursrday, May 26 P>ERU--OMAHA TRACK M a ybe it's the thing to m a rch <>nto 7:0.0 Inter-Fraaternity Banquet. Friday afte rnoon at one o'clock the m. Alumni Dinne r. 1 HlO yard P, first; a stage wear ing 1o.ng black robes Thursday, May Z6. tennis devotees and adm,irers met fGr I 6 :00 p. m. Pla.nti.ng of the1 l v.y. Littrell, P , second.,; Grays on O. · U., ' a n<l t asseled c.aps, or to give a big : Planting of the Ivy . ~ the dedication of the new day ten- j 7 =30 p. Class Day EXer c•ise 7 30 third. Timer--10.4 s e c . l)anque t w j th M'o orish se t tings,' or · Class Day Exe-r cises. Friday, May 27 1 nis courts on the plot east of the j Shot Put-Haratman, 0 . W-:j;:~rst; ev.en to be aible to seJ.ect .a Ma y ' l•l t:sidents residen::~ which was l0: 3o a. m. College Commencement. Egbert, O. U; second; Fort~ P : . .· ird'; Que en. ·.·- Butt the Freshma n Class Fri.day, May 27 · ,. presented to the Pe ru Sta te T ea,che_rs p. m. Class Reunions. " · · · 10:30 Colle·g e Commencemeent. . f Dista.nee--43.5 t. '}: could well h ave ,ha d the e.nvy of College by the P eru Alumni Assoc1aCOMMENCEMENT w:EiEK _, G ii..·- t C 0• k · · Class ·Reunions. Crocket, 0. U . sec·onu·; i 1.11t:r 9 ; e ve.ry , oth e r clas.13 in s chool had the tion. The c eremony began with the E XERCISE S P. third; Time-4 min. 43 sec. ,_ · " iu,pp_e r-cLa$s .rp..en only b een p ermjtte d _ . ba nd pl ..y ing seve ral st>l ecti<>'n s. Then Baccaf..rnreat e Service 220 ya.rd .d iash-l3ruce, P. firs_t; t o attend the p iarty g iven S a.turd.ay fhe Maste r oo Ceremonies, Ha rvey Sunday, -May 22 Littrell, P. second; Fisher , 0. U . n ig ht, M a.y 14. in the hig.h school a.ui Nk.kd, introduced Mr. S. L . Clements, 10.:30 a. m. third, Time 2.3..3 sec. ditori um. ! I president otf the Peru Alumui AssoCollege Auditorium Hig-h Jump-Cowell, P. firs t; Ge.o . ( After a year at co llege t he FreshI ciation, who pres·e nted. the deed for P rncessi.ona.l "Tan.nhauser" by W ar Cook,. P . sec.o.nrli,; Le:wis, 0. U. third; me~ ~c.'o.nsider themselv~s fuH-fl~ged a Dedicatio'n of La ndscaping the plot of ground from the Pe ru ner --- -~------ College Orchestra 1Peru vrnns, so t h e r oom w as dec or ated To Be Time--15.9 sec. alu.~..1i.a associatr·n is pr esid ent s Hymn: "Go.me Thou Almig hty King." Progress P ate, who received the deed on b e.- Invocation __ Rev. J . W . Henderson 440_ yard ru.n - Sha.fer, P;. Luding- in blu e and w.hite . The st::i.ge,_ where half o-f the P e ru State Teachers Col- Musk: " God So Loved the World", t"" P,· Li"ttrel1 P . tied for first. sec- 1 1 a program w as '.J l'ese.1•t e_d during. the -. ., h s DEDICATION PICNIC I b.v. S tainer --- - ---- Col,lege Cho rus Gild and third time 56 sec. . first. h c•ur of t e e vem_.ng , w as e. Wednesday, May h>, i:0 the date ege. Then Deari DelzeU served H~e first Scr'int.ure Readi.ng - - -- - -- - - - - ---- Two ml· i~ "'ill.D-G.allow.ay, P . G 1_l - peci ?. lly attra:cti_ve , s h_ owmg a g arden .... •. d n , .. 1 fo r · the ·aeak~ti .>n of the lu·1ds- tennis ball in t1ie official opening of __..._ ____ ____ _ R ev. J. W·. Hed~rson bert Cook P. aaid Livermore, P. tie I scen e with a h1.gh tile . w a ?ver c aping ·of the Trai.ning School. All the tennis courts in P eru's match Sermoin ----- Dr. W alter S. _A1t ken ·s p 1' M th dist Episco f fi . t 'econd and th:ird.---Time 11 w hich .p ea ked a profus10n of !>l_l~rea. Tra inip_g Scn:-iol f'hildren, their p aro_r rs ' :; T.he p r ogram w as m a de up of h wi,th Omaha University to Brown, a Minister, t . au s e ' o . " » nts and families, a nd student teac U . "t l Ch " l n. - - -·- -- -mm. l v sec. . th"r.d· . ted o y t he F r esh.ma r. "' member of the Ornra:ha nivcrs1 Y pa u rch , L1nco Fort, P. . secon·d; ~ales o~ u.. I . , cskl1tsb i;.e:~ncame the Per sor.a l it y Club ers are .invited. to a picnic fo r this team. . Hymn!: "All Hail the Power of Jesus' rn:stance' 123 ft 8 lil!. u s Ir . t" "t is p~rpos·e•. beginning at eleve-n o'clock Tb"e final outcpme of the match N ame." -C n p • first;third Car- w h o sh o w ed t h a t some n nP.s 1 · a.n·d la~"'.ting all afternoon. A pro· __Rev. J . w. Henderson Broad Jump-- OWE ' · I . t~ nces and not B. O. or H a lly ""'' with Omaha was a tie three to three. Bene<'lic~.ion michael P . secon<i; Fort, P . ' 1· c1 rcu:ms -~ . a propos.al of mar riage gram consisting of numbe rs by 1ibe Each team won two singles matches Recession.al : 'Pomp and CircumDista.nce, 23 ft. 6 i.n. . I that _ma: es Tr.aining School Band, J unior Hig h a'nd one dou bles match. Both tea~s I st ance'" b:v r"n"rr~ O,.~J' P~tra Pole Vault--Cowell P. R..'1d ~ewis, ' amU]lmg. mig ht Boys Glee Club, ~enior Hi~h Gitls fon!1'ht h "..•rd, ~1t neithe r could garn · COLL~GE l':".AY F ETE th GI= Club and Hig h Sch ool orches~ ---•• -v·' ~ --· -~ .... ~ . ·· ~ d 1 ~concl· E rrbert j If HE tol d y ou th.a t you 0. U. tie for _first an ~v ' • "' __ . ,,,,r days cultivati.n{! ~~ ~ __ _ .- .. ., . . - ornin , ihi!' headway. T he "'J oa O•>'l•;g a1c· n i::r·· 0 u: third· HeigibJt· .12 ft. 1-4 1n. r·.,;peJ.Jd--Yb-= ~6nrt>ns! tra will be provided_IO t he m . g . I fin al scores and Iin·e up o f t he te nms.: Monday, May 23 .Ja\:tlin Thro:w- Luttm.aa, P . first; s weet pe.rfiume o f - S~1~n:ld Pres. Pate will de liver t he_ ded1ca- 1 ma tch with Omah a U niversit y a t 1 6:15 p. rn. Hartma n O. U. sec0<nd; W erner, O . j yo.u mig ht laug h, as •k il of tr.agedys- tj o.n.· i:peec:h~ .and thell'e WJll be a.1· Peru. I College Campus lJ thi"d 'Distan.ce 16.2 ft. 4 in. ! And then--:-~ra.ged{scou~·t" Oboski! r B!lp·o.nse b.oth fro~ t,he school and Singles . , Crowning of the May Q ueen · · •. - Bull Ludington, P. kis--/ Ifue Fa1hng 0 . i1 . an·d from t:he cornmumty. . P eru, Wellma n _________&-· ···~ G and a dance r eview Half Mile ton P. tie for first ' The family .platesk L 'fas . " but The ·p icnic lunch is be1.n g p lanned j Omah.a, Brnw:n __.. ___ __ _2 :_ . of Cam pus Events of the Past Year. end Carl Lu ~~l~ert' C0l,k, P. third; . all c.o.ncerned fi~a-11~ ~:a 'that the h•1 the mot hers. The J:'. are.nts a::ia~ Win,ner P ertL The Queen of the May appe:irs, 7 2 "e..: the .autlie.n:ce, bem g fwali g. and th;;i.t or s·en<l sa:n.dw1ches,k. :fo; 1Per.u, Anclirews 6 1 followed by her attendants .. ma1me 11.ITI. · '"' · . fi st Car-:-bib~ were .onl y o·o n , · . . d cake or coo 1es · h A t , 1 6 : (C()ntinueid on Page 3 Half M•le Relay- Peru r ' Sen eir . . ·r ht Operettas k i, !1-icl• 1€5 .an . l n with the Oma.. a, u rey -- -- -- - -- 6 I' _..,.... ll d Bruce. it 'twas only .a. ig b - "' b ause t heir ow.n fa mily, a 0 g d Winner Omaiha · S S ml.c.... an h d d l a u g """'" ec · I t ps saucers ~n 1 6 1 2 SEN•IOR CLASS PLAY P ROGRES E 1 -el, Perdue, Litt re ... l J.U"t 1niug e· an h t" that nece•s a.ry P a es cu ' d · Peru J or genson ------ -- · T. · 35 sec • 6 6 y ou, h ave b ee.n won de1·1·ng about nne 1 mw. ...,., ".· csoP P. first; ' they ,had k now.n al·l t e. ' ime spoon.. s . The l U•nc Ji i·s t .o be serve bl I Omah a, Arthur ----- ---- 2 . Low H urd1es.n11 . ., h" cl. ·1 pla:teski\ w as tm. . ty · le and eaten o.n ta ' es I w· 0 h a I t he senlor class J:Jlay, haven 't you? . n P. t ir .~1e fa.mi Y. ,. . • u ·o.n its ClJ,feterM\. s ' . . . h oO'l. T:he mne·r ma . T he Gook, P . second; SteveuSC• ' , . The Mi.nerva . C l ub 1s 1~' They set back of the 1'ram1~g Sc . , . - P er u. Nickel ___ ___ _____7 6 . How many of you knew that " Tim~ 2-7..4 sec. reading, both new a nd ? . famous band· will ·fUr:nis.11' music .d1~nng :r~e Omaha, Hollist er ________ 5 3 Dover Road" has been chos~n fo r pre<.. ,.,. ! illustrated versi o,n.s of t h e nd in g a;nd . an orch es.tr.a w h1l(1 p ~ I Win.ner Peru. se.ntiatiocl Or tha.t a o.ur delightful A. . Home to Peru . • e111e from Rome o a ' t. g Th e Home Economics ; Doubles Al Mdlne is its aut h or, and that he i's Girts Returrung from '1 b ?.lco.nY sc , · 1 · more "Y.on ai~ ea i.n · h and ice · . . 6 l!) h · t h e memorable , J ]'.et (Note: a htt e h v e g irls are serving punc • b P er u, .Wellma-n -And rews ______ · as goo.d as e was rn · ' IDJ.....00 w ·e st of Auburn 1 ....,. ' _u I . f om the. east" w ou· d a .. m will be a dtle<l. t o the a. ove . Om.ab.a Autrey-Ho.llister ___ l 8 1lin!_!s ,o f his "Ivor y Doo'."1. been home h g ht r reciatetl.) . . c i-eiiu W-ir.~ er Peru. . . ''T~e Dover Road" ls a c~racter Three students who had . . ed i been .app t JU(>st representative a nd ~ftern.oon js to be :devoted to . Peru Nickel-Schaefer ______.:! 4 play, dev'etl.opin.g in un1Usn.al c1~cumto sI,e;nd Mothers' Day, were inJu.r ' ; The stu.i: tic .o.f corresponfli?g club. ·.; : dir~ted by Prof. Norwood. ! Om aha, Art,hwr-Brown -~----6 6 : st ances. The road· to Dover is a!· ion.sly Su.ndlly evem- I chara?.cterlJSi, Ant ·~r.afts· .,ijl1:1str-!lr' f110I s, ·n be contests for both )Joys~ W "nner Omaiha . I rn0st as exciting. fur young co.uples one of them ser ' miles west of : work w·~ t'te , K"lm~;i "'Tre.e s" by There "'."1 . climbi:ng, runnin g , J • , Itn jour.nev down· as was the p.nssAge ing in an accident two ! t i on of J ·oyce1 T1h. :tunt was both· and g irls .m . throwi ng et c. ~~~~ , t h r ciug.h the Ivor.y Do.or. At least, ' · d art e s - mping chmrun g, ' h :~ ~ · ~ 't u·f te Anbnrn, l . ~ driv- , music an :d . . terepting. . JU '·n ·a lso be contests for t e j~ W ELCOM•E ·TO ALUMNI I one's H.e;•rt's Des.1 re- .oe8:11 q. b Miss E v a Champ, of Ode ' w origin.al an in ers had .had a. The re W1 am es E1u ch as croqu.e.t, : seem the same. One sees H im grum. . coU in w;h!ich they Lf the Peru Play would, .nev er mot hers, a.n~ g in and b aseball w ill T h e Campus Commit tee ex. ling as ,h e s.havs, or sees Her dJsmg t he F.o rd pe t" ble.'W out. ' traL• to catch, the y got :horseshoe g, Th w. c. T, u. tend to tihe Alumn i ancl Ex! agreeable about ' the mo r:njng's cof "d• when a ire ' - d . t A" i.t was~ ll, . U afternoon. e . ' t . ·11 . t' l ace were- rI mg~ . to loose .,_~ve ma e -t • ~ kably w.e ru.n a· . ded sometime stud. ~ nts of t he Pei:u Sta e fee Quite a n I umm.a m g p ' 1 11 t tun in j '"" ks remar · ls ·n be awar· ~· 1 · This caused the car o . .M,uriel across t.he trac . f the family. meda w1 n.d the Home Eco-- I Teachers College a roy.'ll wel, t h at Dover R oa-d. gr,;lvel, and over tu:rn. Miss k n 1conside ring the s1~e o ended. a grand during th:e day, a u.t ting on a style come to attend t he ALum.ni DinPracticeis h ave been smo·o th . a nd . . . had her jaw bro e ! The prog ram ~e1ng . - .an ad- nomics· G!l"ls ,are p. J /l efficient, and tilre play sh ows ev1d~nt Harns of Diller red in three r c h was i,nst1 g ated into reshm.ents show. . a bii.g event. A ' V ner complimentary to the sig.ns of being a 60od prod.tct10.?, her fra.ctu to omaiha j room where re;d:n 't form 'f'his promises to is expected. If Se.niors at si.x o'clock, Some of the cast h ave "fallen places. She was taken has a IJO~re -served. And ~ho t:s: refresh- crow<l of a t leas~Il 3 h a ve movie maevening May 2b, 1932 at Mt- , for this p lay, ancL Mr. N abors, coac , where - is reported that sheiss Rel· g r.and m.arch for ice cream and possible they d moving pictu res Ver.non Hall. assu res us t h.at Y-OU May

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.M I 6. Charles w h o l.Mo.nday evemng, ay · tende n t .of Unusual ac t i vity is in evidence e s a me . · - Sp eedi e, c01Unty superrn ared I wrote " The lv o1:y D oor., but this 1::; schools Nebraska City , also appe t ar.oun<l· t.ilie Manual Arts shop these ' a .decided comedy . A. A. ,M 1'I.ne LS · a' t on t;.h e ' program for b r ie · f comme.n sd. th e en d of this 8 ys. T o b e sure .sh 1 y mmen cement an I P a · Mr. E ato.n, a c·o · · d - s e m ester is just .aro.u n d the corn.er P op ul ar p resent-da y E n g 1 . •t t speake r a 1 wright. T he Dover Ro a d is an E ng - t ee.hers ' rns t i u e, I "A.mer i- an<l a c c-om p anying thi,s fact .is the t h e Englii:;h gr.o .up on . t ined a ll too true necessity of p r ojects hav11.sh p l ay with the set tin g l aid i n th e .dressed . Poet s." .He h as. been enter a. I · Am.e n can Latimer h ome on t h e D o ver R oad. .can . the h.omes of v.arious . ing t o b e com p 1e t e d •.....;th' ,, Ul the ~ ~une I in g m of the ir l 1 P 0 This road is used by · coup es e p oets and he .int erprets many · limit. . H'1s commentsll wer . ds are taiHng fl·.01n London., who go to Dover t o own prod uct10.n. Em-e P rojects of v a lio•us '..· 1n. emb1ark . o.n Roimes, ,, Lo ngf~ow, Lowe . · un form, Tan g ing fr om tiny gadgets Mr. L atimer is a m il l 10nmre · - ers,q.n :> 'Id I:I.awthorne; .. like t h e ius u al type. H e spendi:; his T h e Scrib.ble r s, fres h man writing t u rned o ut by t he Wood Tmming - - Published Wee kl y a t Pe ru Sta' te Teache rs College- mo.ney peculi arly in fo r cing ,,coupl~~ club, weire guests of Sigma Tau • class t o sp le ndi d d esks a nd ch€sts Ent e red at the Postoffice of Pe ru, Ne bras ka. as secon d ~11i5 s m ~tt e r. $1.00 e ngaged t o spend a week in . his 1 D elta for t he m eeting . Each member / t h at a r e a credit to the originality home ~o they .c BJn b.ecome acqu amtel!~ I inv ited a g uest t o attend. The .a nd indus t ry of the ow.ners. befo r e ma.rrym.g . Ho me of the a1 I cia l clarinet q u artet t hat apthe Yea r- 5c sin g le copy. f airs end .ha;ppily 'lnd then there .are I s~:red ..on th e orc h esta concert proThese larger pieces will be found ot.he·rs. The pl a.y ce nters around such j P ' . ted thre e nu m b er. o n d is play at t h e Manu:al Arts exhi: g r.am prese n c1rc.um.sta nce. ___ _ / b it w h i ch w ill be .held in the Ad. / Those seniors wh o h ave b ee n cast ! , W -;.O HEAR TALKS m; ni Etr ati'on b uil din g"'on May 24 .and MERNA BROWNSON _____ ______ ____ __ : ____________ ___ __ _____ _ EDITOR into p arts are H arvey Nickel, Ber - 1. ,, '/· • . . k have Ri ch ar d Wright, T wo very ·mterestmg .spea erhs 1 t 25. The instnuctors and staude nts of KENNETH YOUNG --- - ----- --- - - ------- - --- -- -- BUSINESS MANAGER na r.d Galloway ' / . . h / t e as t he dep artm en t cor d 1a . 11 Y m . vite t h e Sherid an .Livermore, Genevie ve Fis - "P!' e?red _on y · W · program . er, Ma r garet En gelkemi e r , George t wo meetmgs. student b o.dy and g en er al public to STAFF ASSOCI ATES Cook Merna Brown son Coloeta With v.ac ation- d ays approac~ing BLANCHE BAST - - ------- - - - -- - ---- - - -- - - --- SOCIAL, FRATERNITIES 1 Crink .and Eu gene R arick.' The play ~ss Te ar offered the ap propi:ate vie w t his e xh ibit . is d-ir~cted by D. J. · N abor s - and s ug·gesti.on- "Travel" . Sh e especially CAROL~N~ CALDER - ---- --- --- -- ------ ------ -- --- - ---- - - - - -- - JOKES , p romises a go.,qd even ing' s entertafo- emph.9.sized t:he desira bility o:f travel _ t for te-ac hers. I1l s erv·eiS as a cul tural M AN UAL ARTS E XHlB1T AILEEN COX - --- .!- - -- --- --- ---- ---- -- - ------ Y. W., C. C. A,,_ W : A : A: ' men. If The D ov er R oad has mo re th~n on e a n.d ? ro ?.de niin.g e 1ement for one~e ,_ Pr.oject s o n .d.isp1 a y in room A 204, HELEN ' GILBE RT - --- - - - - - - - ---- - - - - ----- - -- ----- - -- - - - - - - ---- MUSIC en~in g. The dfrector can have 1t end and 1t .affo r ds pleasu r e .and e.nJ 0·Y j . . t . t• b ·iru g OPAL GROVER - - - -------- - --- -- - - - -- - --- ---- -- - HIGH SCHOOL NOTES as he plea!'eS . Will it be h appy r r ; ment to tlfose to whom 1t ip r e lated;. 1 Admims Ta io.n u1 n. on M o.nday said ? It wi ll be i.nte res\.ing t o see t h e Making p l ans and a r ran g ement for a • .and Tuesda y,_ M ay 24t h, a n.d 25th. W ILMA J ACKA - - - ------ - --- --- - ---- - - - ---------- -- - - -- GIRLS' CLUB · en.di.n.g 1used fo r The Dover Road , t rip i s the most pleasa.nt part of All a re cordially i n vited to view this E. ALBIN LARSON MANUAL ARTS I Wihdc h is to be produced -in th e col- travelin g . . "Short trip s, unexpected e xhibit. VIRGINI A McNEAL ----------------- - - - --------- -- - DRAMATIC CLUB lege au;ditori um a~ ei g ht p . m. Mo n- or unpl a n ned a re a;s e qu ally worth~ whiile as thos e t h at .are lo n g ." M.iss ~-<:::::.-~~~~'<::::> HENRIETTA MCNOWN --- - - - ------- ------ -- - - -- - ---- - --- - EXCHANGE !da.y evening, May ?3. Tear c losed. her talk with a .d escdpFLORRNCE MARTIN -- -------- - - --- - - - - --- - - - - - - - - - -- ------ - SPECIAL GRADUATION GIFTS WESTERN ARTS MEETINGti.o n of s-ome of the t rips s he has MAR.!9RI]j: ME;N D ~NHA LL -- ---- - -- - - - - - -- - --- - - - FRESHMAN CLUBS . Prices· sl ashed t o fit your ./) The Western Arts Assocfat io.n Con- t aken. UETTY PAN.CAKE --- - --------- - - - -- - - CONVOCATION, ART, FRATS. ve.nti.o n was~ .held in St. Lo.uis, March Dr. K ing, w ho will beco me he.a.d of p ocket book. GLAD YS RUDD Y _______ ____ __ ____ __CALENDAR, AL UMNI, ART CLUB 3 t o 7. It was the thirty - eighth an- the En glish dep a.rtment at Asb ur.y Come in ; yo1ur brother or sisKENNETH XOUNG ___ :. ---- - - ---- ----- - -- - - - -~- - ---- - - - --- ATHLETICS . .nu al convention · f.or teachers .and Colleg e.,,. Willmo;-e, K e11t uc ky, spoke ~ I d on t he college "ii,f.e and a ctiviUes of ter or friend will app r eciate 1 Art J . W. T YLER - - - -- - - ----- - - - -- ---- - ----- - ---------- - - Fa~ ltf Adviser I super visors of Art, Manu:a s an th t Th t emp hasis ~ J·i Home Eco.nomics. a c-amp.us. e .g rea er I.( y.o_!l r r emenbr.ance. I "S 1S 'fi of the curricul um is pl aced on. minis;. T•EACHERS SALARIES that .they shoul'd be effe cted to som e Th.e t heme w as ·o da ig.m cance . . . ·of Arts Educ ation " . Speakers w ere teri al a nd missio n ar y wo rk. T h e stmdiAcco rdm g to .dat a c ompiled by the e xtent t h r u some r eduction. ' f - t· _ _ _.. . t t• .. ~ · ent e nr ol lment du.rin g t he regu lar . . I ' o na 1 ona~1 wi;u. ln ern.a Io na1 no."° 1n ~ off ice of t he. State , Sup e n nten:dent, I In or.de:r to carr.y out a g eneral re- 1 t he fiel d of ar ts -educ ation. Dr. Eugen sc hool te;rm is a bo ut 563. Its s turl.:e nt ~ t here appears to be a stat ewide tren d d.uction pl'Ogram, there are two al- . Steinhof -director of the National bod y is ' ran ked. sec·o nd .i n b ein g the toward redu ction of teachers s ala1 ie3, Ite rn at.ives. One t o rediu.ce t he num- ' Mius eum of Decor.ative Art of Vfonna most c.osmopo litia.n i,n this cou:ntry. · p ay-roll,_ the other to re>- 1' gave tw.o 1mpo · . r t an t .ad'd·r esses · ·11 The.r e is no tnanu aJ arts dep artment )) ( W here y our m on ey buys more) I ber on the i.n Nebraska. 1 us- . . . l.f I . . . I trated wi th slide s of work - of ,hi s and the physical educati on ,1s less .Salari·es of High School teac,hers duce t h e compens atio.n b e1.ng reco \·e :l · hrighly developed. The<re are no in• , students. I · in schools of 1,0.00 or more· pupils by thos-e now on t he pay-r oll. , . Td ps· to pu.blic schools an d col- ~erc~ll eg i a.te Athletics~ All sports beia re d r opp ing approximately 10.9 I.n t his time of unemployed, cer- lege Ar t dep.art ments in and! -near ' lng intra m ural. B as ket ball and t en-~~-<:::> -<::::.-<::>-~ per cent a n.cl eJ.ementar ay teachers ta in ly i.t wo uld b.e entirel y inc·on- St . L ouis were arr.an ged for de le- 1ms are t he t w o which are offe l'€idr, in t h ese same schools a re recei vin g sistent with good. log ic .and re ason-t gates, as well as v isits t o parks, 1 no foo tb all is pla yed.. Asb u ry has to. dis~iss teac:hers and school• em- museum s and municipal Buildings I, th:o th :'l wo:Tie n 's a.mr m en 's d e bate ~~ a sa l ary ciut of 9 .7 p er cent . 1 • • . . i es a.n ployes an.cl add mate ri a.lly to the The man y ex hibits of art and man, e arns. · 1 t d A 1ar ger re -uc 10n m sa a r c . 1 T ST E . . h Ls ra nks cl' t,he unemplo yed. It is true u al art s work were well arranged , - -- -A I BITE be seen tn the smaller village sc o.o schools a re doing this very thing and interestin.g. FRENCH BANQUET ~ SERVED RIGHT ' of 150 or mo re •e.nrollment wh ere t hr.u combi niation of .dep artments or : Th-e wo rk displa.yed by members Last W ·e dn esd ay ·· t he 2nd year 1 Phone 63 " Dormit~ry 10p.m. 1 of te acihe rs s alaries h ave been reduced fo-,u t heir entire -elimi.n.;?tion. the Western Art Assod ation F ren cili class ·e~j o.yed a Fre nch ban - I an aver.age of 12.1 per cen t · El eme:1Th e only reasonable • thi.ng t o do .· showed every t ype of creat ive art , q uert p r epared ~nd serv ed by t h e ! •<::::.-~~~ t-a ry t eachers in t hese sc.hools W lli thrn, is to e.ffect a reason able r ed1uc- done in mo de ren sc.hools durin g the me.m b e rs of t he Fo ods class . T he 1 receive 1 1.~ per ce.nt less t h a.n fo r m· t ion in compe.ns fltion without ma- j p a.st ye ar. tab le was d ecorat ed with a l:arge 1 '-=·-...c:~._..=>1..c:=>",._c::~~=>"'• erly. ' . ~ _ t erLally affectin g the efficiffilcy of Man y m id-weste rn states a;nd bou q u et of lilacs wjth. four ta.ll 1 i:u r al Hi gh gc~(.lol.. t_each~~~- 0 ~:~ t he p ublic i:_chools. 1::h.at such drast~c .~oi:i:e S?u.j;h~rJ1 sta~s had w.or~ ,o~. ~=~~ !es place~ , a1:ound: it. The A. E. JOHNSO~, D. D . S. . t.ak1J1g a cu.t of ah Clut ~2..8 J..l t>• ineu~u;:.~ "-Ot -~retfenc hme nt ml!st be exhibit. . -~ I ... d~iu. e.5 were l1g.ritea a.nid t h e ~ X-RAY SERVICE a nd e.lement ar.y teachei s in r ural ta ke.n 1s de plorable to say the least, The w ork included that froJ.11 kin~ j tams . were d.raw.n, w h1ch p rod.need PHONE 36 school!l, 12.7 p er cent. but t he tea,chers lot h as always bee.n de rgar t en .t hr01ugh college and the nch e ffect of c a nd leligh t. I Of 73 s.chools of 1,00.0 or mo~·e 1 one of sacrifice for a common good. speci al art sch ools. C~vers we.re la·i.d for D r . Selma -~~ stu.d~nts, 69 1--eported decre ase~ m W e fe el. certain the n t h at but wi t.h 1 S ome ni g.h schools in Chicago had K•o m g, Bobbie S anderegger, M e rna I salRn es and 162 oiut of 172 village few exceptions t hey will expe.ct to exch ange.Cl! art w.o rk with fore·i gn Br ow"?S-On, .Ru,t h e.da D ys art, a.nd I ;;;chool.s sh owed a deer-ease. The re- do t h eir hit ag.ain wit h CJut a wf imper . sch,ools .and this exhibit of t he draw- Ca r.olme Calder. I -~~.C::::::-."=>-.C::::..port f.hows fw t~r t h at .ab out 2~0 J.n a recent e di to rial in t he Oma ha ings of high sc.hools in sixty different ~NU / fewer teac hers will be empl?-~ ed i:n W " rld-He rald, a tatement was m ade f orei g.n co.unt ries was of unusual inPfa1eapp le Cones • ..J. E. FORSYTH , Hardwa re the i;tate outside the l ar ger cities this concerni.ng teachers in Omaha , terest. P laces in Af1:ica, Asia, Sou.t h ' Beef Boullion Melba Toast Plumbing, Heating, and next. year . . schools, and wh at can be said of ! America .and almost ever.y Euro p ean : C re;;.n:E>d -;:11 · · on i n ·:in ·h ~I C ::isc.s Th1s. rather b ri ef . su m~n ary. a.~d, , t hem, can be sai.d of N ebraska t each- 1 n ation w as represented. I Poulet a La Maren go Elect rical Work ~.11 !'.l ~s 1 s of. th~ tea~hm g ~1:u.at1 on I~ ers in general . "0 111ah.a '~ school I am stron gly in fa vo r of getti ng . M:as h.e.d P otatoes B uttered Carrots Neb1i1sk a 1s 1at he1 ·sta1dth ng ' th at now, 1n . our c1v1 . .11. I, Apncot and C heese Salad- Waf th pe1 ht , e -. c hers are not 1V<-' r r ·1d · · .l hey 1 r1'd ·Of t h "Jngs . ers _-<::::::.. _ <:::;,._..:::::::.-~ _....._ -ro... ~ l d iap.s,. .an . ~et on se~o n o u~ ' ' e\·tor .h ave been. Th e rate ,,f pay I zat ion, are faids . and f r ills but I <lo.n' t Grace Kisses-Orange Ice Cream-Cake ~~ t hose of. us m te r ested t tl t he t eaching !\VPr - ft s an d tn. I ~====~==~!!!!!:=====~;;;;~========:::======== · ages between s ·1 ·· 000 and $2 •·oor.· a wan t to see .ar t s an d era ~ profesi;1on h ave been secretl y ex- 1·i' '' ' ~c ertai~ l y nut ;1 hi•··h <.hw y f nr , .dlu t · l ts t I d 't t = "'-="'-'=- . ~ " . h · · · · · ,., j s n a ar move ou . on wan iit5" oh e rnevi t .able i1ppen ear nest !lnd deYotp ·l me n and wo- ,t o see t h'1s 1ov el y new t h·m g ca ll ed ; TAXI and TRANSFER SE _ J?St:t . , .. . to . W1hetn·er we care t o 11~m 1.t it or not. me n to whom we1 entrust , to so la.r ge b t d t . It . t'fi I t RVICE 0 Th e existing eco.nomic c on.ditions of 11. degree, t he trainin g of our boys 1 e autyh a n ar t 1? atnb.u ra-s~tien 1 c u -of-town Trips- of Groups Request .h 1 Id 1 age rown ou J US ecuse 1 c.ame {" th e co1untry an.d oif t he w o .: wor a.nd girl . By. compari soa1 wit h oth- 1 in las t with all its freshness and I '<_8 • have affected. each of us lil, some er p.ubli c sall',l'l es • it is un de r pay. In fi t b't f •t I b I 1 1 1 way Can we expect educati o.n t o the cit y h all, i n t h e co urt h OIUSe, in I ~;1~sj no at to ~ · I k ope you Hellenbeck•s Gar age Ph 67 ap a rt and not make its sacri- t he st ate ·ho use at Li ncol n, t here are I 'Vl_ 11 f e pth us to st . an - f t h nowth .You _<::>_<::>_<;::,,_~-~--<::::::.~-<::::::.-...,,...._ _ ...,,...._ ~~ _ ..,..__ _;...,__.. St~nd · · . . · . , . w1 or ·ere en ion o ese 1ngs .....,._ ~-~ ~ emp loyees, not so• hi gr ly , th a t m e1a n .appt.ecia.cw.n, . .... t h a t mean fic·e wit h oth er professi ons, busrness? many . . t units of ou;r coun ry · t nm1e. d , re.nderm g a ser vi ce less 1 th t and l·ndustrial ' . . aw a~ nes13 , a mean creati on . 1"'-·=~~=-'-.c::::>"lli..ct:::>°'..c::=>-"'1-....=~~=--....c::=>-"'I..._ · leaders for valuab le, who a1'e pa.id r elativel y I W h t f t• · ~~ 1 Ha v e not oiur educati·o.nal · . b .· b· b , ,, . e . ave os our se.nse o par 1c1J p C 1 d aide or moJ·e t ried to nng .1t actu,al y ette1 . ti - rf H 1 t b . •t · · LARK at ·e} ~ng· into 't:he llne of professions? "We axe entit led., aM of us as a l pba; ;~·gw i~.a· i e. e p us ho Mrmkg 111 \\·e t r t i eac 1 , h' . h ac.. . 1 en yo.ur wort . a e a Y o g ve our customer ool boai,ds over t he state are matter of fact, t o sympat 1ze wit t h ld f . d d t• s more t ha n t hey expect . h S 1 e wor c . • o org anize e uca ion. 1 confronted wit h ctirtain re.ductions ·enc.,1 o~her. And each IS l?xpected to \ M ake t h em listen to it, suppo1·t it, . ·evenue It is an i nf sc r paHe neces- 1bear ohms own share of th e common d t h . . h h 1. 111 1 • " • h 1oss. Th e more a.nh e ac ius dagamh to 1v-e wit . t . at "=>-~- °"'>~~~ · ~"' ~ ........ S ity then for t h eim t;o meet t h1s re- b.urde.n, t e common 1 · thr ' u reductions m · expe.n d.I• cheerf u.11y we d o t h at, wit · h t he 1 w.h.o he.ness .an. ~~~~~~~=~~~~~=~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.__,.;~ ;;~:;;""'~;-"; du,ction , ft . at 'f ,appreciation k ,, 1 w 1c i.s ' . ' , · h artistry or h e s sa e. t.ures. 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GRADUATION EXERCISES College Auditorium TWO-YEAR DIPipMA Cecil Ethelyn Gr.a.vett Lois Eunice Norris (Co.ntinu.ed from Page 1) P rocess.ionl: "Commeaicement January 22, 1932 Elda Hahn tron of honor crowns the Queen, and Mildred Lena Oberst Mar ch," Iseman ___ __ _;;________ M'athilda T. Barisas the court then holds a dance review Crystal Pearle Haley Hert h a Sophie Oestmann - -- -- -- ---- --- Colleg~ Orchestra Mildred Elizabeth Jodcy Frances Elaine Hood Inez Valed a Peterso.n of the campus event of the p ast Invocation ------ __Rev. D . S. Co.ad Drusilla Long 1 Martha Reka Pfingsten Esth.er .Robe.rte. Horsr year. One by one the p ages of the Music: ' Alla.h's Hol'iday," Friml. May 27, 1931 M ae Ann Johnson Blanche Pittenger past year's calendar a r e t o rn. away, --- -"Swing Low, Sweet _Chariot," Charlotte Benson Anderson Helen M. Kiger Calvin Henry Reed and the happenin gs of · t he school Wilhelmina Anna Krambeck Vera M. Ruti.ge Arr. by Hu.ntley __ College Chorus M.arjode Estella Arn year are remembered. Dorothy .Mae Kratz Theres a Sayre Commen cement Address - - -- ----Blanche Katherine Bast MANUAL ARTS EXHIBIT GwendQlyn P auline Kroh Paul Carl Schacht - - ----- - --- -- - J-0y E. Morg.an, '13, Ruth Leona Behrns Inez Lo uise Lefler Geraldine S ch neider Tuesday, May 24 Ed:itor of the Journl!l · of t he Na- K.atherine Alberta Bergman Helen Elizabeth Mary E . Shaughnessy The exhibit will be open f rom 9 a . ti:o.na.l Education Associatio.n, Wash- Leona M. Ber,nard Beula.h Louisa Livingsto.n .Wilma Glee Shaw m . a.nd 12 m, .a.n_d from 2· p . m, t o ing.o.n, D. C. M111sic: Woo.d:wind Q.uar- Harriet A. Bes,s.._ Phyllis Rose Long · 1Fern L. Specht a p. m . a n d w ill be in room 204 of 1t he tet, "Farewell Ito Cucullian," Loreene ~iJdred Billin~s .Erma Elizabeth Lucky Ruth Ellen Timmons will also be o p en on M ay 25, same Old Irish Air ____J a ne Snider, Ires Jean Lou.1se Blankenship Z. Li;nnos McCown !: Josephine Eleanor Vose ' H amel', Hunston Kingso.lver, Mar- J Hazel M. Broady Esther He.Je.na Matschuck R achel E. Vrooman hours as ab ove. ley ShuTtleff ' ? Phyllis Marion Bugbee Dela Vi Meritt Langford A. Wag·gonecr SENIOR CL.ASS PLAY. Conferri.ng Degrees and Presenting J Mar.Y, J.ane Case.y j Blanche Mi. Nejezchelb . Herbert Lee Wall Monday , May 23 Diplomas _____ Hon. T. J. Majors Thresa Elton Clark Nelson ·Mabel Doro.thy Webber !Maxine Awarding of the Nebraska State Bar 1 M.axine Co.ok 8 : 00 p. m. Alice Ele·anore Nicholas (Qontinued on P age 4) Essay Contest Medals. W'ilma Arlene Dalton College A1..1ditorium R " Awardi.ng of t h e B. E. Swenson, Jr.,' a1ph Watson Davis "THE DOVER ROAD.. M- .... al . . Bertha Hele.n Fiuhrm.an t::>U • I \ An Absurd Comedy Awarding of Colle,ge Scholastic Hon- O;pal A. Grover XZESPIO (born with wings) ' ors. , i Helen Grace Hall Directe d b y D. J. Nabors EXHIBIT A. MERCURY EXHIBIT B. PEGASUS Benediction ______ _ Rev. D. S. Coad Vera L. Helm P eople in th~ Play R ecessional: ' Aida" by llerdi_ ___ Mrs. Emma Hodgin The House hi the bes,t famiHes (or a.ny others Should you stay three months and ---------- College Orc.hestra Mar.y J , Hughes Latimer -~ ---- ---Harvey T. Nickel for the ma,tter) that d.oes:nlt h a.ppen then resign you will receive $225.00 REUNIONS Doris Irene J.acka Dominic --- -- - - - Bernard Galloway nowada.ys. Hence the United States cash, your r ound trip -expense~ from Friday, May 27 1 Wilpia. E. Jacka The St aff ___ ____ _Richard Q. Wright Air Gorps offe.rs some attractive in- · your horn~ to San Anto.nio, and about Sheridan Livermore Class reunions may be held on this Kathleen. E. Kelly duceme.nts to you college students 150 hours of solo flyin g . afternoon 1Evelyn D. Kilpatrick for whom it has built a $10,0.00,000 ' The se rvice and associations of the Genevieve Fish.ez: CANDIDATES FOR l Virginia Anne Klima I instituti.on at San Antonio, TeJOas, Air Corps gives its members a ver.y Margaret Engelkem'ier DEGR•EE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Hele~ Frances Koubek --. w.here they t ea.ch you to fly and! real distinction nd .a very noticeable The Guests IN EDUCATION Kathryn 0Hve Lash while you are learning:· bread th and poise. Leonaird - - - ----- ---- George Cook IHester McCoy Pay .you a salar.y of $75.00 per , If yo.u h ave applied arul '1.re ready Anne ------- - -- -- Myrna Brownson January 22, 1932., 'Margaret Flore.nee Martin mQnth. P ay y()ur living expenses. to go, we h ave compiled information Eustasia -- - - -------- Coleata Crink I' Ruth E. Ahlberg i Edna Alice Maystrick Supply y.ou' (free,, of cou.rse) with and tips g iving you jnsi.de angles Nic;lwlas - - - - -------- Gene Rarick Benj amin Wingard Buike !Norma L. Mickle sn.Rppy, t ailor-made, sky blue u.ni.- and dope tJhiat will be 4tvaluable The scene is the recepti-0.n ro.om A. - LesHe Ca.rey 1Rul>y Lucille Miller forms. when .you a.rrive at t he fie-Id. If you of Mr. Lati.l;n.e r 's house, a little w.ay Nellie1 C arr ~ Mildred G. Mulinix Grant you the social and military hven 't applied yet the n b.y all me.ans off of D-9ve r Road. Eva L . Clifton Elva Mae Os~ander privjleges of potential officers. :get oUir information. We tell yQu t~e Bu,siness M .anager ~- Paul Armstrong Emory G. Priefert . Betty Vif gill'ia Pancake P a. y your traveling expenses from entra,nce p rocedure and cerbam HIG H SCHOOL COMMENOEMENT .Louise 0. Rohrs 1Doris Etta Perry your h o.me· t.o the. new field at San 1twists that make yo.ur . ge tting in NI.uricl F. R•utle.d ge , Aliredda Phelps Antonio. 700 Men are taken in each : easier and quicker. The informaRuth J eanette Shelley '\Vednesday, May 25 \ Shii-.It' y I. R owen a year. The . course r eq uires .a .ye~r to 1ti o.n wri tten by men who have been May 27, 1932 10,:00 a. m. 1 Rex N. Ruciel!dasliel coin plete ~d includes over 200 hours jt:hru the. sc~ool covers all points Riuth C. A.dams College Auditohium Lucille Marie ~tra-.':"ln .of solo flyrng. Those who stay the !from begmmng to erul that you are filarl H. Andrews Ferne Luci~le lJnderw o•d full .year are commissioned as Lie u- ' inte1,ested in k nowing.. This inform aProcession al: "Priests' M. arc'hr from j Pa.ul V. Armstrong I Dorir,;i Claudia v ~o~·J te.na.nts in the Air Corps Reserve. tion can.not be obtained elsewhere; Atha lia by Meindelssoh.n ------John A. Bath · Ruth'; 1'\aomi Whe.~l·3r If YOIU d on't like the training you• it is complete. :r{othing else to buy. _____ _ T r aini ng School Orch.estra j The~m.a .Glad.ys Beedle Marjori~~ Alice You.n;,; nw'y resig n at .any time. For Ex· The price is $1.00 or sent C. 0. D" if . __ R e v • Loi-en W . Dunton Me~·.na R. Brownson I nvoca t 10n Aug\J.,:t i 9; 19.i l ample: , you desire. · ·. "Gently Fall the &bad'Ows" Harvey E. M USlC Lov b.;, Margare~. Aibe rt C · Cole i ~· NATIONAL AVIATION SERVICE, Milden.berg Cole ata r1n"' Louise 111. Cemo;·e · -W- -. -ll___t h - W --.- - -.,-- --Spross D-0nna Jane D elzell IMary A. Dut l' 1 -.o- e- 1sp ---- - -. _ 74 ~ S. HILL St., LOS ANGELES, CALI F ." Hi h Sc hool Girls' Glee Club He.Jen G race F a ckler 1Dorothy Olive Folkes -- - g D Cl K: A Fulmer I Genevieve Ellen Fisher M!!ble Jones A<ldires.s - - ---r. ar . w ·1 d E tt Fowler 1 ar Director , Department Vocational Edm~· G. ll 1Dorothy Louise· Keys · L" l Bernar.d Irv1:n a oway Claiudi.a Luse ucatJon, i nco n - M. G'll . . S 1 . W.ed.d. da at I Bess ie ary - 1 a n -! Ma rth.a McDougal Music: Pia.no °'· . · .w.g Edw{n Dean Grass !,Lucille Mcintyre Troldhaugen, Gneg....,..__ __-=----- -11~ R t & Rnrth Chatetain ' Le o l•i. aup man IDon O'Nelson - ------:--- ---- - -\ Marie Lash Hauptman ' Elizabeth Lqe lla Otto P resentation of C l ass ------ ---:-F d Elizabeth Ihrig Bery le E. Richardson P rincipal L . B. Ma.thews re . a • -- - - --- 1 LouJs Jorgensen Rl!ith M . Roberts P resentation of Diplomas - ------w lt K her Glen Allison Shafe1: President W. R. Pate ' Chester ~ er or --------- -- ' W D ton S h eridan Livermore Mvr-eta Eile~n Sug den 1 Ben.e.dii,ction __ Re~. Lor en · ~r Bm n·ice Ame rica L ovitt C~therine Mar g aret W olter KAYSER & DEXDALE 1 ~ Class Colors.-~le g~en and I y. I M i ri am Eli~a beth McGrew · Mabel E.~ Zajicek Class Flowe·r- ..le a se. I K ·t.h L Melvin j \I CANDIDATES FOR Cu;ss Mo~<>-"United we s tand, , Al~ L . Miller ELEMENTARY STATE f lf ,. ice . divided w e a · ET Z.oe Winifre d Nichol as ~\ OERTIFICATE INTE.R -FRATERNITY BANQU Harvey T. Nickel January 22, 1932 I Wednesday, M ay 25 Gladys LaVerne Ruddy I L etitia Barnell 7:00 P· m. Paula Marie Schinidller .~ Ethel J. Mundell Mf. Vernon Dining Room Chia rl~s C. Shoyer Mar.ch 25· 1932 ALUMNI D INNER Ev~lyn Sue1 Ske.lt.on Mae L. Shrader 6:00 P· m . Ruth Olive Stuck_e:nh.oltz Norman Str9h Thursday , M ay 26 R a lph R o l and Wellma n . · Max._ 21, 1932 6 :00 P· m. .Ani drey S. Wolfe Eth.el Winifred Albin Doro.t hy Mable Worley Gwe~1<lolyn M. L. Andersen ME N'S FINE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS Mt. Vernon Dining Room l August 19, 1932. 0.ne·ita Margaret ,Arm£trong 1932 . ' Hono rin g Senio r Class of Ray Marvin. Beamer. I Glenn S . Ackers.on William DonaW Blount 'w a r ren D. Bail~c CLASS DA:Y EXER CISES Clifford. Alfred ;Boehmer I' Rut h Beau champ Ru.t h M.adeli.ne Bottorff Cecil G. Caulk Nebraska City, Nebr. ' . Thursrday, May 26 George T. C zyok Doro~hy J osephine Brissey t..-.~-"""~~~~-~~ 7:30 p. m . Earl T . Dasher 1 Hele~ .M abel Brooker a t,owell L Dec ker : F.ank Br own / Planting of the Ivy -- Class of 1932 D a leJ)yke1 • j Fa.11c~5 G~raldine Bu.rlirig p entataion o;f the TroweL -:-Margaret L ucille Engelk emier Harriet L1,1cille Ca!lwell res -------- J.ack ~sher J ohn Alb ert Fishe~ Leon~ Lev~rn ColS-On Response ---- -- - - Doro.thy Har~on Hannaihi Gilmore Me lba .~,oirr:~ ,C ope_ I Ella Cathryn Cr~k . Class Day ~:xerc•ises will the n Cla r ence E . H~ll con~u.ded at the Loren e t{iuennrng : Evelyn Mari!'! :pobhs RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF NOTIONS AND TOff.ET 1 Rosemary Barbara Dolejs College .AJUilitorium Vir,ginia C arro ll McNeal . . Vi-Oli.n Sol o -- --- - Cly.de Bole M.onell V ictor Ne.I son Marie Loaj~~ Prillin.g M us1c. , L Hau.p tman , Mr~y El1Zabeth- :O.q erfeWt I vv Day Oration ---- . e? . .McNe al Elea.no r Reho~ CALL AND SEE THEM-SCHOOL STJl'PLlES, FOUNF lorenc;e M ~rie Fairchild C~s Proph ecy ____V 1rgi.ma -W illiam K._ Ring TAIN PEN AND PENCIL SETS l.Lavin.na The lma Farwell Music· Vocal Quartette- - ----- - -- n Russell Reis S a.utter · _____ Leona Hu.d~ Elvi;n Semrad 1L eita Jrene Gibspn - - ~ -- - S;~ A d a :arad.Y.. C oleata Eve lyn N . S h eldon Ma x-me . Cl.ai" re Sonde regg er C · k 1 LoU'1se 'i· • ; tnblH o nd ~:s Poem - - D onna Jane D e l zele Avery Ma rk Steve ns C . ddress Edw.a.rd L . Uptegrov Andrewin a Setw.art Alumni a 1897 Sidney Nebr.a.ska Walla.tie ~est Sugden Appreciate d Class · • · odd ic · Class Song- - - - - --------- J. M'lllrre ll T ; Below R exall Store Mus · _ Writte.n b y Gl adys RiuiddY Will T. Warm an --- NfMENCEMENT •EXERCISES 1 Ellen S• Sink - ~--<::>~-.c;::::. 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GRADUATION EX•ERCISES (Continued From Page 3) Co rinne F.liza beth Whitte.n August 19, 1932 W alt.r{er Dale Baker Berth a Luella Crabtree E· Ja Grace· Dodson Dd pha M.ae Dulm Ethe l Ga i I F.airl>a.n k s Lene S.ylvia Lu.ginbill Mamie Be ulah Mead Evel yn Bea.trice H.uegge Ma.rcell!\ Veronica R'!fan Charles William S.aale Pe.arl Lucille Stalder Melvin Euge.ne Steadima.n CANDIDATES FOR HIGH SCHOOL DJPLOMA uucille Able Robert Harold Bou.nt Letha .Mae Chamberlain Mary Lucille Ch.amberlaiJ1 Esther P . Crabtree Da isymae Dahlstrom W ende ll W. Fh.her R.uth Ha.n lon Wan.da J oan .Lea.hy E l.dora L . .Mclni.nch. Elc:1anor Gertrude Major;s Re.atha Meritt Alice P arriott Thelma M . P asco Mel vin Pugh Hem·.y .E. Railsback Fre.d B . R ohrs J a mes W. Rowe n L· Ve1ne E. Setzer Ha r! Id J. Stoltz Irene VandE1rford A1ch.ie E. Vosberg Rex Wilson

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FRESHMEN PAGEANT (Co.ntinued from Page 1) e.d· t he last bite w hen the .music began, urging every body to ..:ome d11 nce. If an upperclass 1 !llfan could : havea looked i.n· then, he could. have 1 '· ,Jd. e ve 1y single person t.her e was . h ~. ving a g·-0od time for eyes 1winkle.cl : r. nd cheE•ks fl.u shed, .and feet kept , tirne t o the m u~ ic. P enhaps the most llon hr cor.ner between d·a nces was · th~ 0;1e where delicious iced punch w<1s served. 1 Yes, t here. i.s no .d.ou):Jt b.ut that t. he F1 eshme n ha d t he time of thei r l ives, for which they must thank '_,,e a1ious committees,. the, sponsors of t-he different clubs and especi ally Miss T ..,ar, who h as been a wonderfu l ~pc.nso r and persona-I friend to KAPPA SIGM A ALPHA STEAK FRY Cotumbia {lnhrersity football pla-yt.he 1',re.shmen· -0.f 1931-32. - I The members of Kappa · SYrma er:s. are now hired by wealthy New 1Alnh n, .M1:i nuia l .Ai·ts fr a.teo-nity en- Yor k :familie-$ to play· "nursemaid" to TRI BETA jo;ed· .a steak fr.y at tihe Dutch Oven , their young sons. The p a nic followTri Beta met Mo.ruday evening , Mqq•da y ..evening, .M·ay 9. Und~r the in g the kidnapping of the Lindbe1·gh Mlay 2nd, with Miss Ellen Zin·k callb b · 'bl f th' w c e xpert directi·on of such cu lina.ry e x- 1 a ·Y IS reRpons~ e · or • 1 ~ ne 0 ing· .t he meeting to orde r. Two interesting talks wen~ given perts _as E. Priefer t. Okla Dahlg ren, cu;pation. on " En,t arnology Insects a nd Lnsect a.nd R. Wright, the four pounds of ! - Oregon State B~romete.r.J Eg.gs" by Wicina, and "Snakes and steak, more or less, was prepared 'in l S1)anis h Moss,•· by Ge~:>rge Cook. •·'Id I sucJ1 a manner wuat _wou, · c~use even , one of .Rector's s attsfied ch entel e to l _

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BraTENNIS l\IEET aff.airs eiver h eld m Peru occurred m ade such a success 'Of this a ff air d o.n, representataive of t.he p ost office T.n t onnecLlon wt~h th~ P eru- 1 Wednes day night , yhen the men of both last yea r .artdJ this t hat it is t o . departY.,e•~t at Washington, Lold at Om c< u ~ r n1cl'. meet. ~he Tt!nms' repFe-- 1the Metho.d:.ist Church gave their an- . be an an:n.ual event. ~~ I the .diinner. It was est'ima.ted that sentatives nf the two 5 ' h.ools swung niual mother-daug.hter b anque t. One 1j - -- --\f "IT P AYS TO LOOK WELL 300,000 stamps . had been sold', that t heir racke ts to a draw for the sec- ' . ' th'1s :;eason. ,, hundred fifty-fo.ur tickets were sold I' W e appreciate your patron· t,he Stamp sale at Nebranka City will on d t 1me ,, EXCHANOES d '-~..,_ • gl es N'l·~ 11 W ell- 1 and t hat man.y mothers an.d d aughters I "Genius, declared the famous Edia.. ge, an try-our-u=t to sa...,.I n t,l1e s m reach a milli~ n, and t.hat it would be \ o a.1id . 4' ,., H~11 ~· n.ecessary to repl eni ~h the stock on ma,n o f 'p eru c1ef c a ,.. •.-u ., 1· ~·te r and were seated at t he t ables. The tables 1•s o.n, is one per cent inspiration and , . A t · . ' d Aut ·v Omnh-1 I were prettily decorated, a.nd the p a r· ninety-nine percent p erspil'at lon." RICE & THOMAS · B hand early Sat.urday. A reserve sup- rown, r !llllfUr an · 1~· · 1 f h h h I k d h Uk -~<;::::,.~ oo e ome- e ply he ld at Oma h a, bu,t not on s'\l e ou t c Iasse.u.:i J or g e 11s 0 n nJid AJ irli·ew·s · :· ors o• t ie1 c urc . there, would be drawn upon .and In the doubles games Bcciwn .and i a nd · l estf.u · FOR RENT- Diuring t he 3 mon ths 20.0,000 mo re ha.cl bee n ordered from A1·thur outscore d Schaffer a;;d : The ban~uet was prepared a.n.d of summer school-5 r o-om h o use j Soft water shampoo 35c Was h'iJ1 g to.n. An issue of 100,000,.000 Nickel, while Wellman and Andrews j serv~d e>ntirely by the men of the com.riletely 'furnished. Privatae garHair cut 3Sc had bee n provided. of Peru took the .decisioJ1 from chuich. Prof. J. W. Tyler had charge age, p lenty of eiarly g a r den- 3¥.i 4 : Autry a.nd Holliste1· of Omaha. of ~he ~ooking, witihr an able staff to blocks from school. $20.00 per month. . ·- - - - ··· ; On .M ay 20 the P e r.u racket wield- >f.l~sist hm~. Prof. S. L . Clem ents and Seie or write H . B . Wilson, Peru, "Ce.~t11nl State _Tea~hers .cvlle~e is ers will matc.h s trokes with th.e . h'ts .e-0mm1ttee .a.ttend~d; to the servin g IN ebr. Next to Gaines Hall on the t he third college m ihe U W es1.eyan U m. . h a r d co.u1 t te am ...."'t 11 while another committee cleared the () . m.ted States . . to try out t.he new electncal ch arg m g L' · 1 I tables a11d washed the dishes after 1 pavement mechi.n-e for lib>ruries. Syrac use Uni- mco n. · the suppe r. Dr. Frank Ware was in N. A. A. BANQUET ~-.-....:::,.e-~-9"'::::,.---;;:::.-~:.41• versity was the firs t sr:h.ool to install charge of the committ ee seilling the T wenty-focur W. A. A. members at- I ;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;:; 1 this machine u.nd il .has proved itKIWANIS CLUB. tickets. The s upper w as served f or tended the a,nnual spring banquet --<:::::.~~ ·elf to be exceedingly e ffective." The Kiwan'i.s Club m et at the Bap- t wenty-five cents. he ld Thursday evening May 12 at Such a 111 11 chine should be inst alled tist church Tuesda y evening, and afThe m e nu consist e d of meat loaf, the Ro.ha'S House. SERVICE WITH A SMILE in P . S. T . C. to t a ke care o·f the -~r the s upper list ened to an inter~st- 1 cre1ame d ,new p otatoes, Harvard beets, Bowls of lilac a.nd spirea decorated RIGHT· A· WAY li1b ru r.y fin es. It mig·ht &hock the m g. ~alk. on the fiut ure of physic.al i pineapple sala.cl, t ea r olls, butter and t he lo.ng tables at whic.h the guests SHOE SHOP "fine-~es" Into paying . t11ammg i.n the school~, by ?oac.h Gil- , jelly, ice cream, wafers and cake. were Seiated. Menu cards in the form M; C. MEDLEY keson. The next mee ting will be h eld Mrs. J . A. Stephenson gave t he in- of balls and bearing the letter w . THE ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION. The fo llowing· fr.om t h e . 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1931-1932 Peru Pedagogian Issues 25-26  

1931-1932 newspaper issues 25-26 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

1931-1932 Peru Pedagogian Issues 25-26  

1931-1932 newspaper issues 25-26 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

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