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PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, OCT OBER 27, 1931.

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[g uests met in t he Recreation .roo_m of "'> New Yo rk- (IP ) - The college sen 1Eliza Morgan hall where old f~1ends ior fared rat her more badly t han the talked a nd memories were r.ev1ved. ..:::::,..~~--<:::::.-~-<::>-<::::::. t . d A program was the.n presented. college fr.eshrnan i n a repor iss ue Rosem ary Do•l ejs played two saxo: !this past s umme r by .t h e Carn egie phone solos, "Just pne More ?.hance; LADY MOUSE SPEAKS Foundation for the Advencemen t of and 'O Sol Mio'. Laura D1ckerson I was r u.n ning aro.unrl t h e legs IT.eaching. / " s a ng, ".N.o w You're In My Arms; an~ of the diction~ry sta.n~ t he ot h elrl According to t he ?eport, based on r" 'Wr.ap . Your Troubles In Drea~sl', evening and spied a pair of w e .,J Two selections, 'The Mourning Vet' polished shoes tha:t I want ed to r u.n t ests giv·en m()re t han. 10,0(}0 college ~~~~""""'~. and 'Pil!ler Tight,' were read by Ha- over. In my attempt to carry .this stud ents in Pennsylvania colleg.es a.nd zel NHes. Bobbie Sonderegger and out I became a little too rambunctious u nive rsities, the " r a vages CJl.f fo rget. Vera Helm tap danced. . and stubbed my forefoot .ov e r .a s~e t ing" caused the seni-Or to _lose, even Dancing pr.ovjded the entertain- string, and in dismay and chag r in b efor e .getting h is sheepski.~ much - - Published Weekly at Peru State Teachers College-ment for the rest of' the evenng. I heard a bloodcurdling scream tha t of the kn.owledge he acquued d ur. ice of Peru, Nebraska, as second class matter. $1.00 Refreshments of Dixie cups and wa- sent shivers up .and dow n my spine. ing four years at school. Postoff Entered at the h fers were served. Upon this outburst everyone in t e "Th co.U ege se nior r ecognizes o.nly the Year-Sc single copy. Iibra:ry laughed, which made me f eel 61 out of 100 words i n familiar use CONVOCATIONS muc,h bette.r away off i n the corner by educ a ted persons," the report said. Patent med~ine for depression. where I h ajl rushed- t o hide. Getting "The effect of college on t he word Sure cu.re for the blues. If you heard bolder I ventured from n:1Y hiding supply of the ordinary student ap. Mr. Steck's .little talk -Jast W·ednes- pface .to see whose sho.estrmg I had pears to b e almost n egligible and in Editor MERNA BROWNSON -- - ---- - ------ - ---------------------------day at convocation it is your ~wn so clumsily stumbled over. Just , som e cases positively injurious." VIRGINIA McNEAL - ------------------------ - - - - --- Business Manager diauJt if you are talking de;pre.ss1-0n. g.uess who it was! ''The sc<ho.ol and college ourricuSTAFF ASSOCIATES We wiH Leb .y.ou in on the secret, howShe is short and chubby d full tum,'' t he report added. ''co.nsist s of BLANCHE BAS T ---------------------------- Social, Hig,h School Notes ever, just take more music and every- of fun, blue-eyed, red-headed, and Iitt:le e lse but is-olat ed packages of CAROLINE CALDER ---------------------- - - ------------ Alumni, Jokes one will be happy. Announcement with he.r face rather ;evenl~. speckle~ specific ide as, segregated · for the ti me ALLISON CLIN-EBURG ______________________ :_ __ ___ _ Athletics, Everetts was also made of the opera to be with pigment d-0ts, called' freckles , being i n s e.lf-co.n.tained courses, elecgiv.en Novembe.r 27, of which you by human beings. Fron; the. sound t ed semeste r -wise and cut .off by exAILEEN CO:X -- - -------------- - ----------- - - Y. W. - C. C. A. - W. A. A. will .hear more -later. of the yell s.he gave you d thmk she a minat fons ·a n d credits from an y othHELEN FACKLER - --------------- -- -------- - -- -- - -- -- ---- Exchange The main part of the program con- was a freshman, bu.t, honest to good- 1e r living cond it ions. The sacredness WILMA JACKA -------- - ------------ Girls Club, Training School Notes sisted of .two l.ov~y groups of solos ness, she is a senior. Now don't of such syl;ems of er.edit coinage THELMA HENDERSON ----------------------- -- ----------- Music, Art by Miss Leona Hu.dso.n ~nd Miss Eve- teH me y ou have . never heard \ dominates both teacher and pupU. of her because if you haven't--you , "Th . f t" n wh1' "'"' t he HENRIETTA McNOWN -------------- --------- - --- -- ---- Class Meetings lyn KHpatrick. · Miss Hudson sang, d'· ' . e r a w m orma 1.0 " 'u 'The Moo.n Behmd the Cottonwoo ' , must ·have been as.Leep .up to this h d t - .3 d wh1' ch, · •b G I · courses a pi·esen """' an FLOREN.CE MARTIN ----------------- - -- - - - - ----- -- --- Special Topics by Cadman and A Memory, Y anz. time · tm t · ht ha · · · 'Th M . · · w ith proper tr.ea en , m1g ve MARJORIE MENDENHALL --- - - --------------- - ---- - --- - Frosh Clubs Miss Kilpatrick sa n g, e oinmg Oh why does that Bobcat always / . .J fi b d ()(£ • t 1 d m etIVAN NEWTON ------- - - - ------------------------ Philo, Frats, P Club Wind,' by Branscomb, 'Violet,' by h ave, to come when I'm enjoying my- cont nbut e.µ . to a + ne ~ BETTY PANCAKE --------------------- C'o.nvo., Calendar, Alpha Erudito W-0.odman, .and 'The Bells of :St. self? Ooh! that was a n:arr.ow es- i lectua l equ1pmen.,, w;s ·he mpe o.~ . .Mary's by Adams. Bollh groups were cap~! He ~)most had me. So - long! right ·at . t h e he.lose ho t d sutccess1ve RUSSELL SAUTTER ---- - --------- -- ----- - -- -- -------------- Athletics · d t erms a nd w en t e s tu e n much appreciate . See .you .next week. ' . . kn came MARIE SCHINDLER -------- - --------------- - ---------- Sp.e cial Topics out of colleg e lns .effect1v.e owledge amoUJJt e d to little more than when KgNNETH YOUNG ------------------ - -------- - --- - ---- Athletics, Y. M. One of the b.est pep meetings we Saloon 1 Days Again as a fresh.man he ente1•ed .the insti· : have ever ·had was held at convocaOne day during the first week of tutio n." J. W. TY.LER -------- - ---- -- - ----- -- ---- - - -- -- ----- - - Faculty Adviser tirn Fdday mer. ing conducted by our cheer ·leaders ·and assisted hy the col- sc.hool Mr.. T.y ler assigned 0J1e of his J.ege band unde r the Leadership of Mr. classes some reference w.ork to do in the library. One freshman fellow <:::> ~~~~~ "LIGHTS ON" is playing his first year o:Jl football. Jindra. An exce.Ilen1J spirit .was evv.ery studiously hunted for the asSTUDENT S!! ~ 1 '· l H . be "W.hat!! No J.ights?" This was the Unti:I .he arrived at Peru, he .had nev- !Jd enced and .o:ur rea omecommg ·signed work and failed to find it H om ecoming is over. G ood I . • '. g an at t hat time. The program congeneral cry when about fifty football er had a footbaJ.l smt on. With a 1· h G' lk d In class the next day Mr. Tyler asked \ concen.!rated school work is i n . s isted of talks by Coac 1: eson an men ran onto .the fie.Id Jast W ednes- little more experi.enc:e he will oe one I D utc h L or b ee.r, music · b y t·h e band, if there was any.o ne who didn't g et !/II orde r a g ain. da y nighti. For · the material rea~. \ D on't fo rget that we . make . some reaso.n .or other of Peru's g reatest · In case you don't an d so.ngs a.n d .ye.lls b y .everyo.llie. This fres hman raised his hand a.nd the o rder for lights had not been car- know him, he is six feet ta{ll,, weighs II scltool supplies our specialty. said, 'I couldn't find it.' \( ried out. one hiu.n!lred .eig hty-five pounds a nd 'VV:etl, why didn't yeu as.k one O!f We buy cheaper-and conseIm;ce.diately t he football minds were is fast. W a.tch ·him! He's good! the library helpers to assist you?' i n- ~ quently sell for l ess. t urned to mischi·ef. Within the Bell, a former Doane boy, is .g ivcourse of ten busy minutes ·a certain ing the guards a t oug.h fight. quired Mr. Tyer. 'That is whait they are ther.e lilor .' heavy-set football man was minus a Stevenson, the Au.burn boy, is the pair of pants. fastest guard on the P·eru Bobcat 'Library helpers; returned the ~ This did not seem to bother the fat squad. He makes thingi:i count when freshman innocently,, 'I didn't know I bo.y any because it was so dark the he pulls out of the line. SCRIBBLERS MEET there were .any, but I ask.ed o.ne of i ~ (Whe re your money buys more) IJ ·l.ookers-on could not tell any thing Dasher, second string tackle, is The Scribblers heli:l their seco.nd the bartenders ' to help me. and he .~~~ was missing. He tripped gaily arou~d showing :plenty of fight. He will be meeting at the home of Mrs. Baker, couldn't find it either.' as if he had gone trouserless all his toiug.h .t o keep .o ut of there. Thursday nig·ht, October 22. ().f ficers life. Gaines, a back, has been kept out were elected as fol:lows: As it was .a ch.illy night the prank because of in.iuries. Steve is one of ~~=:>""l~==>-..c:=>""-.=>1~=:>--..c::::>""IM=-"°=~ d u Haz.el Niles.. president players told him if he would go an the best blocking backs -on. t he squad. I Eve.Lyn Dobbs, vice-president get his p ants he could have them. He Littrell, a Wilber boy. is the fasty· h · Henrietta .McNown, secr.etai,:y • • , st a rted at once f-0r t h e. f..oo t o f t e .esr man on the squad. Last year it I~ Lel EuLa Dobson, program chairman bleachers where t,.., m1ssmg appar was his baLl carr.ying that won many ~PLUMBING, H EATI NG, and ELECTRICAL WORT was now laying, feeling safe in .the games for Peru. He ilrns been $1.ow Wilma James, membership chaircoat of d arkness which surround;ed in rou.nd.ing into form this year. man Each member contributed an or- -<:::>-~::..4-<::::::.--""::;,,,.<-'°"5><11_<:;:::,_..,::~~~--~~"=>-~ h. im. Schmidt is a Wisner product. He the As he was reac.hing for the pants is plenty tough. iginal manuscript .t o . . . pro.g ram. theTe came a cr.y -of "Lights on!" and W e bb , an enu,, .:i • • the t hi ck of . These were read and. criticized. by the 1S m the night became day. Upon the the fight f or · an en d' pos1't'1on. QA;all ,,.... was ~.-..=~~=>1~:::::.-~-c=:>""li..c=>-~.C::::J""lll~:=>·~ I· g.roup. · The ·rest od'·1 the everung TAXI and TRANSFE R SERVICE bleachers sat about fifty girls, and but f as t h e 1s · a sur.e pass receiver. . .1sp.ent m. a d1scuss1-0n of .ou,r present . . d-0wn below stood our victim-pant.day writers. TJte meeting adJOurned Out-of-town Trips of Groups Request less. GIRL SCOUTS until furthe.r notice. Scream after scream of laughter A · surprise council fire proved to SUPPER L • came across the field as he sank red be a r•ea;l surprise to the 28 Girl Th S C UB HAS ~ICNIC Hallenbeck's GaTBge Phone 67 faced t,o the bottom bleaoher seat Scouts who met . th f th e upper dub met m front of 0 . ked Le m e .rear e "h t · b 'Id' d a nd tried to cover h 1s na . gs trainers buHding Tuesday, October "" e rame.rs u1 mg nn went to the -~~~-~-~-~-~-~-~~~-~ with his pants. With every peal of 20,, at 7.:00 p. Jll· D.utc.h OTvhen wher~ they .enjoyed a la ughter he semed to shrive:! up more The meetin _,, "th . picnic. e. food included the 'Usu al ~<=>.-..~~c::::>.....c::::>~:<=l~-<=~.c=~.c:::>111...c=>1t...c:=:>1~::>'1~::>"'11~~ · d tho h g was open""' w1 smg- . . 1. t . and more u.ntH it seeme as · ug. · ing of camp F ll . th iptmc is : w1eneirs, buns, cookies, and songs. o owing ese h Id h h the seat · 1upo.n w ic e sat wou .songs Miss Maxine Cook and Miss pples. There wer.e ten ~embers a nd S!Il'ely sink into the ground. When Miriam McGrew gave short talk • he sponsor present. It 1s taken rf\or he was nearly gone fr.om . our sight ' 'What Girl Scout Sh Id A s 0~ g ranted that a good time was enjoyed. we rush.od to him and 'helped him out p!l ish This Year." s OU ccom T·he next meeting is to ha a t affy of a very embarrassing situation. The council fire was heldpuJl Oh girls, why didn't more of 88 W. S . a u s join t h Sup I b? -~~~~~~ ~:::---='>4--~..-....::;::~---~--~means of renewing the Gir.1 Scout per c u · laws and pi·omise. This also helped CAT'S CLAWS Captain T-0lly is rated as the g reat- the new g irls in the work to .get a GIRL RESERVES ~J. P. CLARK The Girl Reserve recogni tion serest g uard in the history of football ful ler meaning of the Girl 'Scouts. The r.efreshjcents that were served vice w as h e.Id Thursd ay, October 22 at Peru TeacheJ'S Colle.g e. He h as We try to give our customers more than they expect. wer e called 'S cout's dream delight,' with Miss Irene Va~derford in charg~ ever.y thing -a giuard needs. Giant Harris is the boy who .has consisting .Oif toasted marshmallow:;, of the ntee.ting. T he recog nition ser been showing his stuff. Harris, wh<> Hershey and Grah am crackers. vice w a.s under th~ direction of Miss o nly weighs 135 p.ou.nds, is the s.hiftEleanor Miajors. ~~::::'.:"'. ...::::::.......,~. .~:>-e...~.-.9'<:::::..<. .'°":>-e...~~ iest man on t;he sq uad. His p!lay 'PAJAMA PARTY HELD FRIDAY. Spei al music was given by Miss~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~=~~~~~~~~~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;; agai.nst Midlan.d was outstanding. Tht Pajam a par ty to whic'h .every ice P arriott a nd Miss D aisy D ahist r om ~-<::::::....a.c::::::..-~~~~~~~~~~:~~~~'.::4.."'=::--~::;:::: Homer Hatoher, Gilk's fl ashy quar- freshm an girl looks with th t illed an- sing ·a vocal du.et. Miss Jean Sllnk-1 BETTER HARDWARE terback, who w.S:S all state last .year ticipation a nd ev.er.y upp.er~class girl .er s an g a v.o c al so.lo.. is showing his old time form . Looks as a reminder of those· in t he p ast, The advise.rs, Miss Mabel H' · • 'like ano t he r all-state herth for ';as h~d F rid ay evening at w.hich \ Mrs. Lou is Atkins, and Mrs. 1i::::~ t 1me •"'· GENERAL ET.E CTRIC 'H at ch.' "'""' d ~rm 1tory was h-0st ess. M ajors were present at this recogCarmic.baeil, the ba y fro m Fille y, At ten-thirty the girls and t heir l nition service. REFRIGERATORS RUG:» and FUR NITURE

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so type took place. Ev.ery number on bhe pi;ogram was delightfu:lly Surprising. Speaking of surprises, what do you suppose William Shakespeare wo uld thin k of Catherine Rarick and F lorence Fairchild as Juliet and Romeo? Juliet tunefully admitted. stabbing herself, and Romeo had his littd.e tin cup to prove his gallant poisoning act. (Yo u see the P. D. C. members are ver.y skeptical p.eop:le about everynhing. They have to have pro~of. Not satisfied, however, wi.th burlesquing one gr.eat p.oet's works, the new members had tO poke (go.od, clean fun, though we assure you), ·at Mrs. Gander, whose p.en name is Mother Goose--maybe y.ou've read sometiliing by her? .Modern day phraseology takes all .o f that s imple, innocent charm away from her po.ems., a1though Helen Margrave .g.ot lots of the 'simple' a cross to her audience wh.en she g.r.aveJy remarked tih at: "Simple SimOJl met a caterer, Going to the festivities. Said the i diot to the cater.e r, "Aire you goi ng to :l et m e sample a custard?" Said t he caterer. ''W.ouJdn' t you like to know?" And while w.e're .on the subject of idiots, the cast in "The Last Silk Hat," deserves mention. Y.e Olde Insane AsY'lium did a rush ing business i.n silk hats and clock wfoders, to say nothing .otfl the poetess, .Mab1e Zajicek, who objected to the you.ng man's reconciliated ·love affair b.eca.use she was thinking what a theme song his Ione,ly bones would some day make . T.he Black Masqu.e P;layers weren't dizzy from any insane asylum scenes; They g.ot theirs from seven flights of lighthouse stairs. Su.nshin.e could' have do.n.e a little better sta bbing act, because t he victim held on t o the un· ~-~<:::>-<:::>_<:::>_"0

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tightly-that is, for water ru.ns over Niagara F alls to a quai:t? Even the ·aitJ:dien ce took up the cry 'Yes s ir,' answ.e red a bri g ht stuof t he Footli ght Paraders and dent. 'Two pints.' breathed awesome 'Obs!" as Frankie Brown and Op al Gaines tenderly emCOLLEGE CHORUS b d Th This early in the ye.ar t he CoIJege race · e fins} vote of the audi- Chorus h as begUJl work -0.n the Col.ence sh owed t h at they tho ught t h e lege Opera whic.h is presented ieach Oh! stunt b ad been thoro u ghly re- year o.n t he ca mpus. The opera to be he ~sed. : given .t his yea-r is, "The Bells of Th e Purple Dragon cast presented ' Corneville ·' ' a stunt c~ed "One Way to Do It," The following ~ist h as no bearing but it proved not to be the way at . on the g roup whic.h will represent all. If .you don't believe it ask Miss Pe.nu in the spring trips but merely Lil· ali'as 0 F . ' represents the groups who a.re try, . ra e1geson. . . . Everyone--English a nd otherwise- tng out I.~ the_van01Us Pai:t.:· . enjoyed the G. J anis Player's " At Sopra m'. Bergman,, Bans1s, Cnnk.. t he Railroad Station ." E'.ng elkem1er, Hamel, Jones, KilpatAfte th hil 't . d rick, Pay.ne, Young, Yoder, Milstead. i· ·e ari. Y was over, an Al t i; Brecht, Casey, Catania,, Dickthe votes counted, Don N elson, pres- ei·son Jackn· Lus N' h 1 G bb ·d t di . d th · ' "" e. ic o as, ru , 1 ·e n , . sn11sse e g ro.up. The MacD.ougal, Skelton. masks around the w.a.H nodded Bassi· A....."z• .,.., il h . drow· ,. .tU .ooeh mer, co.o k , c ross, s y as t e d oor closed behind the Driskell, Keup, Milstead, Railsback, ·lai>t of t he .actors, .and .one of the -hap- Stevens, Shmfrd.a_ Burke. PY masks threw a provoking ''I told Tenori; Ashton Beamer Kitzel y-0~ so,:• grin to the pessimistic ·o.ne Kuhl~ Wederq.uist: Galloway~ !Schacht'. at .,l ot s side. W e bb · , Thomas, N.1c k erson. M.ore powey to '.em," grumbled The Cast the tearful grudgingly. The hap- The Village clit-<up ___ .Serpolette PY mask only smiled aside wisely, for , Ruth Wiheeler well it knew that that was p raise. The Lost Marchioness __ Germaine

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ideas seem o u tstand~ng: "'I'he community sends its children to us expecting them to be ediucated. The · people who are supportin g us jpa.y fo r having tlh.e yo un g p eop'1e train.ed., not for mai.ntainin g a g ive.n grade of educ.atio.n. They send us brig ht, stupid, industrious, Jazy, wellbeh aved, impudent chi.ldr.en ; not with the id ea that we shall teach those that are able a.nd willing to work; but for having each c.hild impr0ved. This is n<>t chietfly a ,place f dr til10se who can succeed witb.o.ut help. Such need us less than others do. "A child may be poor i.n bra ins, in effort, i.n appreciation, in gratitude, in r.espec t, in .a:Jl which we m ay h ave been taught to regard 11~ high school necessities. Such a one belongs h~re . Scholarship is n.o.t our chief business. Traini.n g the chil:dr.en we receive and HIGH SCHOOL'S FUNCTION seciurin.g more children to trai.n is Among the many .g.ood things said by our b.usiness . The g r ade of scholarDr. WiHiam McAndrews on the func- ship which best trains our membertion of the high school the followin g ship is the gi·ade we want~"

Harry Schmidt The Bailli -- -- -- --- - Paul Armstrong A Miser __ Gaspard __ Kenneth Y01Ung Words and music b.y Planquette. · This will be presented November 27, with orchestral accompa.niment. . . C. C. A. C. C. A. entertained from five until seven o'clock in the recreati.o.n room of Eliza Morgan haJtl Monday evenlng. Music for dancing was played by Lucil:le Stratton, Ada Brady and Rachel V.rooman. Card tab:Ies were placed about the r oom for bridge. Refreshme nts of sandwiches, olives, cake and ice cream were served. Special guests at the p arty were Dean Del zel.l, Mrs. Dunning and F.at. er Ma.ndevi1le . oif. Aubu.rn.

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Educatio.n is -a tot al community re R CEIVES ,APPOINTMENT TO Y. W. C. A. ' BURLINGTON f (Continued From Page ONE) spons1.bil't 1 Y· It is- not t he sole hus YA.LE UNIVERSITY WORK To make s.o me girl a bit happier, 'pUT ON MOTOR ·'1ost 5 .yards,. giving Wayne .the ball. • ,.,c. a c orps of p rinc ipals tllld -, - Ifre a little bri.ghter through its meet:E vans kicked out of danger as t he 1ness v ..L· teachers, nor is the formal s chool t~ • ings, is the goal toward which Y · W .. I The Nebraska Alumnus, Octobe-r , third quarter ended. C. Al. is striving. ki k .only- a gency i n t he educa tional pre. 1931, carried the foll.owing anno.unce.fi Pernii'ssi·on to Change Granted Rail- /' In th~ final quartet, Wayne c ~ cess . While educ~tors may l~ad .th; "Seek •happiness through glor1 ca., ment: tion of the commonpla.c·e in .Jife," road L<ist Week led and t ouched the baU. down ' on way they cannot g.o fa r w ithout th; Alice Loomis, formerly head -0f the 1 ' • th p 5 ar-> li'ne Hate.hers pun t sup;ort and c o -operation a.fl oth~ Sug·gested Mrs. J. W. Tyle.r in .h er home economics departmen.t was relast week at a hearing held e er.!:! .y .... : . tal.k at Y. W. Wed.n.esday evening. I.ate h' · oal }me was agencies in the communit~ whi~h ar, cent!y p.romoted to an associa.te pro. · ]from behind is own g ' fessorship at Yale university.. , W_ith ''If Peru offers .y-0u .nothing else, its i.n Lincoln, the state railway co~mis- 1 . d it on~y travel- influencing t he Ji v es of t he c h1ldren. 1 k d TT richness .of beaut y is unsurpassed. sion g ranted the BurliQgton railway partially b oc e !!on . . large industrial plants near New navIi At this pom.t Ip workng w ith the co~m W,tity w, ·11 t To fi.nd th1's beauty one needs but to nermiss_ion to disconti.pue the stJea. m 1 loed tQ .tire 20 ya.rd ne. · " miust n-0t forget ,the influence of tilt en as her laboratory she w~ attemp r h .t o dev·elop a technique of~ social be.- gather bitterswe.e t, rose pits or au- train service between Nebraska C1ty .Copela nd and Ev:µJs a.dv.a.nced t e newspaper. We bring t he sehools k havior in industiry. She was called tumn Ieav.es in the wo.ods." and Falls City, and in its place to 1baU to the Peru 2 yard line from the people -B!lso b y hav ing cert a in o;p. to Yale university last year to be diFrom writers who h ave woven this put on a gasoline moto.r, similar to where Beck crQssed tlre goal line for en days and o p.en nights when par. rector .o f psychi.a.t ry work sponsored , th:o:ug·ht into their poems, Mrs. Tyler the one nunpi.pg tprougJ1t here to Be- · d t be the only scoring ents and. other cit izens may visit the by Yale -and Bake.r foundatio.n. selected first Jo.hn Howard Payne's a.trice and Holderge, according to a.n- what prove · 0 . Miss Loomis is a native Nebraskan, "Home." Beauty is discovered in the nouncement in the daily papers. . of the game. The tr.y -for-pornt was schools, see t he classes in -0perati011. her father .having settled on a farm simplest things of home and when The papers did not state when the wide a.nd- Wayne was lea.ding 6 to O. an d beco me a cquaipteq with tb.~ prin near Lincoln in 1872. While a mem- it is found we are happiest. With change is to be made, -and in conver- ; Wayne ldcked to P eI"lll .a nd .t he B_ob- cipals and t eachEµ"s."- E. C. Br ownt. ber of the faculty ab Nebraska, she death a.nd its tragedy there is a glo- sation with J. B. Lewis, the local cats started another goaJward drive, was called to be state supervisor -0f .rifica.t ion o.f the lesser thfogs it agent of the Bur}ington, Thursday, he when a pass Sautter to Hate.her put 1 vocationa'i .home economics and as- brings . stated that he had received".no officia.J the pigskin 25 yards -cloS:er to the ' s.istant state s upervisor of trade and In a ~harming poem, "T.hanksg·iv- n otificatio.n .of the chap.ge nor any of WHdcat g.oal. Anot her pass, Saut"It Pays To Look \VeJJ" i.ndustria.l ed.ucation 'in Nebraska. ing," the writer is thankful for the the details connected with it. He .t ier to .C owell, placed t he baH on the · Ma~y old Peruvians w.U recal•l Miss necessities w_hich he h as; finds beau - exprc,ssed the opini-On -rti'at t he change Wayne 6 yard line, first and' goa·l to / ~ W'anted- A Shoe Shiner Lo.onus as a graduate of P.eML State,, ty in the "c-001, white ,linen sheets," would not be mad·e until the close of g-0. Hatcher -and Sautters · pl.ung.e d class .o f 1895, and as o,•ganiz-ei· o the t,he porridge, the s~lt and the so·ap. the apple seasory, a t ·le~t. T.his will .to t h e 1 .yard .line and a fina~ thrust /'J RICE & J 1HO.MAS home economics departm{!nt> here \\_nd A musical readi.ng, ''Be Thou My be tw.o or three weeks Y,et. at the center of the W ayne line .lost V ,,...... _ ,,...... ..-... ..-... - c - . . . _ ti' th - ' . ' I k t'-·- · b '} -- -...._,.--~- ""-'-""-"-~ "'-"''hea d of th.e .clepar t ment d..u. ng e , God," was given by Verta Johnso.!'). There has b.een no opposition to a.bout a foot. Wayne too ,i;,;, a·i years 1906 a.nd 1907, and w11'1 be du- !She was accompanied at the piano this kind od1 a change, S-O far as we ()n d owns a.nd kic~ed out of ? -anger. Jy pleased to lea.r.n .o f her merited by Lois Morris. j -a re ab.le to learn; In fact the state The g:i-me ende~ wit•h Peru v.aml.y at- ~~~ ; Soft water shampoo 35c ~ promotion. · college aut.b.oritits here ar.e said to temptmg an ariel a ttack. Hair cut 35c Q have s.~g~~ed thr's c.p~n ge at the Cope.land, Eva.ns, and Dod~e w.ere ~ OUR SCHOOLS t FRESHMAN DA1'.' , ; hearing held r ecently at Auburn. t he big noise for /Wayne, while Hom"T!he schools belong to . the peop.le. T.he fun started at ten .thirty, when " Th.1s· wt : 11 , 1.t -: :·.- 1~ . s~1:d , g ive . p eru an d er Hatcher . . • • .Miller• _ Harris and. ..SaiutThey n,pe an -expr.ession of the hopes classes were raided and most of them th · th · th' . d ter p-Ja.y.ed bang up g.a.mes m the 1 1 . · d T. ..e -0 er ,towns a ong 1s me, a Next to Gaines Hall on the of the people for the future a.t their d 1sm1sse . he freshmen bo.ys w.ere equate · - mail, . p assenger a n d express Peru backfield-· Captain Tolly' Lutpavement · children and of the n ati.on. The ob- -ordered ·. Th~ h ope 1s . exp ressed , h ow- tman ' and Ackerson acc.ounted·· for . h .home ... to _, put .on old c:lothes, service. ~~ ligation .to help sihape the life of to- m w h 10 · were <>a-uly needed bed1or.e the h h d ..._ a big s hare in the line. The t . . ever, t at sc e u 1·es can lJ1:! ;io ar- 1 • morr-0w is shared by every citizen ormng was o~er.. · r·a1mng I ranged that t.h.e motor will 0 thru 1 Cowell --- - - - --- - LE ____ E. Evans w ho has the .natio.nal welfare at heart. school and dormitories were then ' . g ' Pate .. LT Paul JtfJ all citi.~ehs are to he:lp determine raided to .t he tune .of "The Old Gray i h:re ~a!.;o seaso~able h otur, ;~~tead ~! ; Tolly -(;)- -~~~~~~~~ LG --=--~---~Dodge the charad.e1~ of tomorrow's w.orld Mare," pla yed by the b an.d. a ou · · <' as a ' pres·en · is wou j' Hatc.h How C Amh -0se The Freshnlan bo. s were told that d o awa_y with much of the .necessity Ak er, . ----RG____ _ Hr . thro.u_g.h ediucation...the_y .must .not on- h . .Y . . for travel by pus. erS-On -------------unt ly seek i.nformation -about the schools, t ey ·had thirty mmutes m which to · Luttman ---- ---- - RT-- ( c) Hansen 1ANET MALO.N,J:Y but "they must takj! _an -active part in take dow.n the Wayne flag fr.om tl-.e Bruce _____ __:____ RE - - .Lind ~nood Across From Gaines ·Hall studying t heir needs, planning .their top of the gr.eased po.le. Various a.tFR ES~IMAN CONVOCATCON MHier ---- -----·-- QB ____ Copeland

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Some -0f the lf!reshies stayed at Hahn; Pe ru Play.ers, Mar.y Hunt; Passes completed 6 for 96 1 for 3 ~ Sodas, Sandwiches, LunchE".s the pofo, others went to try their Trave l club, Ma.i,:joriEl M'e ndenhall; Passes a ttempted 14 ~ Phone 112 luck wit h th<'e pig . Suppei:- ·dul>~ Fra nces Yoder; Kodak Pena lties 75 YD 30YD 'We Deliver• The above n amed u.nfortunate was cl1ub, · Rowen.a Torim-0r. Ffrst Downs 11 4 I """-""'0-~<::::,.~ tu.med loose a nd recaptul'ed several Harvey Nickel g-a ve us an inter- Officials: FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH times. Onlookers c.hose vari.ous sta- esting- survey of t he content ·.o f 1,_ast . _ Reforee. Bob Russel, Nebraska. Loren Dunton Minister ti-0ns from which .t o .get a view: trees, year's P eruvian a.nd told us what to . .Umpi r e : 'Dutch' W h itie, Ohio • · -<::::,.-"'0~-<::::,.~~... ' The class session wiU be helid here- "acks o:I! benches, wind.ow ledges or 1·expect for ow· money, in t hls year's :gead L inesman: 'Pop' K lein, Crete. after at 9:45 a. m. making it p 0,5Sib:le any other handy places, such as avail- , bo-0k. Substitutions: B. A. SMITH, M. D. to dismiss the w.o rship ser vice at abLe feet. . John Bath g aive.' short talk - .on ·P eru: Webb., Sautters. Stevenson. 11:45. The college cliass not o.n.ly P.r~sently the cry w.e.nt up, ''The how the engraving& and . eicihJ~g; ar~ _- Wayne: Sund, Sex.ton, Bloom, W enEye • Ear • Nose - Throat .,, th~ i'ispiration but gives it - flag is dow.n, after the Freshmen"' made. dell, Hansen. , Auiburn, Nebraska 59 were present fast Sunday. After t h at a dlree-for-all enco:unter The meeting adj-Ourned at l.(}:25. /) Communi.o.n and sermo.n10:45. Se.r- J was carried on. --ovier fences, down _ _<::::.:_""'0-_""'0-~mon subject: " W.an.ted: A Lying 1'oads, through back .y ards and even LARSON . . 1 KAPPA- DELTA PI INITIATION Preacher." .on the street. Finally, after many TERTAI~ND ~INDSTROM EN(1yontin.u.ed From Page ONE) ~·-..::::::..-..::::;::,,.e..-:;:::,...-.-:::::::..-19<::::,,.e..-:;:::,. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m. I blows were fastened .o n whomever's KAPPA SIGMA ALPHA I prunes are 1·uicu and M. B . d h. · h "" iss rownson Sm 0 g an sermon 7:30 p. m. Ser - I m was m t e w ay, the freshmen's M is to report on p.nune · · t th mon su.bject: "A Murder.er's Prayer." efforts were r ewarded,, they made . Qnd·a y nig ht, October- 12, Kappa nex.t meeting M is H J~Ce a. e _!Spend a .happy S:unday nig ht at ''The their g'e t -a-w:ay with the flag. S.1gm.a Alp.h a m et at the home of .C. find if the ~hoes ~ •aA r so:,1' HIS_,, _to . di Ch h" R . . Lmds.t.rom. It was an open m"""'ter un"' =en F r1e11 y urc . f ¥"' wears are r.eaU m ,g -or a.II those interested in Man· Y e-0.w h.d 1 e, and J. ~.CEJKA, Prop. ~ u a l Arts. s.hatl a lS-O r.eport -0,n leather. Miss - - - - - -TRI BETA INITIATES BAPTIST CHURCH The initiati-On of new memoers into . _T'h~ members to-Id of .the possibil- Cox, Mr. Cote, Miss Schindtl:er and -~-:::::::.~ ities m t h e d epartment and their rea- M~ss Kimsey presented a fou~ act D. S. Coad, Minister I T.ri "Beta, N ational biological fraterN egr-0 play, containing sev eral sce.nes. Sunday, November I, is to be ob- .mty, w.as held .M-0.nday, October 5 in ~ons for being .i n the depa rtment/. !'Ir· Larson talked .o n majors -and In the c ourse of this· p l ay w.e learned -""'0-~~ served .as Father and• Son 'Sunday. the Facul.t!. ~oom. The c.andidates The dlathers a nd their sons are to be wh-0 were imtiated ·were Louise Son - mmo:rs,, t.hat fit in weH with manual ~hat ·l\~ter a person tears ll:P a road arts · Mr· CIements a 1S-O gave a talk •t requires two d a ys f or t h e next per-' SERVICE Wl'.f.U A SMILE · . h.onored during this service. Under dereg~.er, W aillace Sugden, Hollis ot!t possibilities in the fie1d. ~oq to g.et .over it. The Misses Gilthe most h app.y circumstances the ~Iutc.hins?n: .and F ran:is Burton. AfRIGHT· A .. WAY 1 · D elzel}, and Givens also .Re.fres h ments consisting of sand- lan" D avis, fa.ther and his . bo.y are pals. er the irutiato.n delightful refreshSHOE Services are as follows: ments ':ere serv-ed a.nd a s ocial 'h our \VIC•hes, co~ee,_ a nd f udge were served presented stories in which we found M. C. MEDLEY by Mrs . Lmdstr.om and· Mrs. La11!Qn. i·espectiv.e ly, that '- ous' means 'fuli 9.:45· a. m. C.hurch School. was e.nJoyed. -of, that the trade mark of a coat is ~~~ 11:00 a. m. Morning ·Worship. - - -- - PERU RALLIES ·On t.he left ( ?) ·or r ight(?) , side of a Sermon, "The Tie t h at Bi.nds." Y. M'. C. A. IS HOST ni Led by t~e. college band Friday coat, a nd that .t.he right side might Music by the choir . TO DR. JOHNSON ba~;t foUowi~g the hig h sc.h.oo'l foot- be the wr.o.n.g side; that bears use ! ~·<::::-.-:::::::::....-~.-...c::::::::..41..-~-°""" 4:.00 p ; m. Junior Home Study t :-a~e ·th~· · Peru . sbud.e .nts partici- g r.een s-0ap; and that 'rubber' m.ay , "' class. . . The y . M'. C . A. gathered for .t heir 7:30 p. m. Evemng Worship, ser- regiular weekly meeting l ast W d . fi~ ~ tn a .hveoly pep rally., ~ome ?1ean two diffe rent thin gs. These I KING'S BARBER SHOP Ch n~tia.nity. . . e Thenes- of :~: tu~n~~ u~ w he n the big pile Jokes were highly appreciated. 111011, "P-0s1·t· ·d ay nig ht at 7:30 in the Little b .cl Wlth which we wer.e to have A~ Dhe co.ncliusion -of the funny Your fatroo~ge Students, 1f you h ke to sing come atre. The dev.o tional s:ervic · t' e was ex- ~wonfire. was set fire to a nd burned. storJes, t he .c:Olo rs of Kappa Delta P i t o ou1· S un d ay m· g h t ·s ervices. Appreciated T.he cep 10.na.lly w e:U delivered b Leo n d~rmg the .g ame. We w;ere s or- , were p~nned o.n the new membe.r af- t .letter for the i;crip.ture recitation Hauptman, afte:I whi,.h Y. ti . k . ti "' a very mter- r.y about that li.ttle . accide.nt, but . ter which refres.hments were se~ d Below Loyal P4armacy 11s wee 1s O. es ng talk was giv·en .b y D A J o h nson, d en.t ist, of Peru. r . . 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PERU BEATS NORFOLK JR.

IPERU STATE LOS.ES DR. ·A. E. HOLCH

Show G<>od .Form In Defeating T eam W tth Good Record Before a sma.Il, but entbusiasti ' vacati·on ' cr owd , the Per.u Bobc atsc defeated the Norfolk Junior College elevPn 16 to 6 in the P e r u b owl, S aturday night. Coach Lon R. Gr af, former Per u mentor, attend~d the game. In the first quarter; Peru kicked to N-Orfo.lk o.n -t heir own 30 y ard line. Gast was forced to kick to H arris woho returned 10 y a r ds. H a t cher and Harris advanced t he ball to t he Norfolk 16 y ard lin e w he11e Per u r eceiv.ed a 5 yard p enalty ~d w as forced to kick <Over the goal line. T he Junior rJeven took the ball on t heir own 20 _yar-0 line and kicked to Har ris i o.n the 35 yard l ine from where ih.e , proceeded to d o s ome btjlliant -open- I field work in r eturning :the ball for Per.n's first touchd.own. He a lso ad<led t he e xtr.a p.oint to m a k e the score I 7 to 0 for Peru. The :r.emainder of t he first p e riod was spent in midfield. Peru had a decided edg.e on downs. l n -t.h.e second canto, Gai nes, ' Peru back, intercepted a p ass .on oh.is own 45 yard ·line. In the next p l-a.y, H ailey intercepted Sautter's pass a nd scam pered to t he Peru 22 yar d lin e b efore he was hr.ou g ht down by Miller. N orfolk lost yardage ·and punted out of b·ounds. P e r.u advanced t he b all t o the Norfolk 45 .yar d Jin€ f rom w h ere Hatcher punted o ut of bounds on t h e Norfol k 4 y ard line. Gast's a t tempted kick was b-loc k.ed by St€v enson, but Peru's r ecovery o f th.e ball counted onl y as a safety . as t h e ball b ounded out of bo.un<ls befor.e it was rec~­ ered. Norfolk optionally kick ed after the safety and sb.-0rtly afterward the half .ende d with tb.e b a,H in the center of too field. Peru 9, N orfolk

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The a.nn-0uncement of t he resign.ation of D~·. A. E. Holch as head ·Of t h.e dep artment of biology .of the P.e~u State Teache.rs Colleg€· will no d-0ubt be. r eoeiv.e d by his m any educational associat es, his hundreds of loyal formei· student.5·, as well as by h is ho3t of frie nds wherev.er they m ay b e , fou.nd, in the same spiri.t t h at i t was recei ve<l by .his faculty associ,sites, 1'6S~·den.t st udents and peopl.e generally -Of t hii:: community-with -a mingled feeli ng of sur prise;, regr.et, and rejoicing. Wlhite his going will mea'l reg-retful loss t o college and commu nity activities, inter ests and services, all I are t ruly g lad t o see h im. pass int o a fi_el d of l abor wherein hjs oppor tunit~ es for vaLuable and lasting con tJ·i1 bu tiOJ1S t o ed ucational and social wellf.are m ay b.e even b r.oader an<l his J opp ortu.niti.es to touch and influe nce I the lives of y oung people in larger n.umb.ers may be .even ric.her and I mo1re far-r.eac.h ing than ever before /in hJs teaching ex·eriences. During his twelve yea rs of lahors : 111 P er u State T each ers Colleg e, Dr. Holch h as r endered efficien.t and val uable services. This · has been true, .not only i; the classroom, bu.t . :>.lso in other lines -0f campus activities and conununit y interests. His IJrolong.ed services as sp onsor of Ti·i I Beta fr ater nit y, and of seni'or class activities, €mbr acing ho mecoming, Peruvian pub]jcation and graduation week h a v·e been of high grade. His mem bership in and h elp cont ributed t o t he i nt erests of Kiwanis International a nd t he focal ch.amb.er of commerce, as we:ll' a.s his fa ithf.ul, efficient

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MANY ATTEND /KITTENS -DROP TROPHY D'ANCE an<l .duly appreciated serv ices r e nd _ I' · · .ered as church o r ganist will be greatTEACHER_S' MEET ANOTHER GAME : I ,1\Al. A Tl" ES A HIT ly missed, lo.n g re membered and .<lif if(..t11"\.. fic1ult d uplicate .

Norfolk opened the sec-on d .half by kicking to Hat()her who returned 15 ·

yards. In the .next few p1ays, Hatch1' er, Har ris, and .Miller p i c ke d up 44 .to .yards to place the baH -0.n the eneI From the viewpio.n.ts of teaching my 9 yard line. Harris c·o ve r ed the District Four IStarts Peru Dinner and Weeping Water Comes Back in 2nrl : A Good Crowd 'and An Excellent bent of car.efu1 a nd diversified acafi nal 9 yards in on.e t r y, to score h is E lects M i Jard Bell President Half to Win 20 to 6. Spirit Is Shown .d em.ic p reparation, of ye ars of sucsecond touch<l.own of .the game. He cessfu.l teac.hing exper i.ence in varied also ~dded the .e xtra p oint makin g 'Dhe Peru Spirit or p e rhap s we . In a rat her loo.sely played e xhib 'De p ression ?., p e rhap s in fie lds and of t h at ric:h develop m ent t he score 16 to o f or Peru. sh'ould say, the ''Spirit of Penu," wa·s ti.on of .f oot b all Weeping W ate.- d t!- bu" no:t · · "t · "dfinianc.es,t g;lea.n.ed from broa<l life conta'cts out ln the same pedod, Norfolk kick- in al;mnda nce duri.ng the State Teac.h" · ' m spin w as m evi ence a sid.e t he classroom, Dr . Holch ent ers ed to Peru and t ouched the b all ers ·Association. We have n~t h eard feated the Peru. Bob.kittens to ti ie the T rop h Y f un d d ance ·h.e:Ld Sat.ur- his new teaching posit ion adequat ely dow.n on t he Peru 1 yard .li ne after from all the d istricts of the assoc-fa- turi.e 'Jf ·20 to G. I day nig ht by th:e P clu.b in t he g ym. and richly pr.epared to c·ontinue his Harris of Per.u had fumb led. On t h e io n, hut t he dis t r ict s reported s how The first qua r te:r wa's charncterized 1 Ging.ham gowns a nd ov.er alls skim- yeD a rs of valuable services. _ next play, Gast c r ossed the g oa.J lin e t h a t. uh ree liv e o dr gdaniza. 1 med t h received . t i-0ns T:h ofp Pe- t>y f pa punt ing du€1 . between/ Railsback . e sm·f ace of a ft oor a 1t h ough , d r . Holch f h . t he. B. Mus"ic for 6 p·o ints. The kick was not go.od . r u vians a r e up -a n .om_g . e e·r u- o er.u . nd F nzel Gf WP~pmg W ·; L.. . . ' . ·e gr e·e r om t ie Um vers1t y of IUini.nd t he score was 16 t o 6 for P eru. ! v ia ns of t h e first dlstnct h eld .t heir ter. Th e ~econd quar ter ;;av. Ve»;- ~o slick at firs~ m ex_cel;ient co.nd~- ois a~d ~vidences t alent and .skill at a11.nual di.oner in t he Georgian r<fom b erg ·;_:1lun . gP 0ve r f <>r 6 p·oirnts. R:. 1J~-. 1 Jon mo.st of tb.e evenm g .. On th~s l t he pi.ano an<l p ip e org an . He received Th ..__ _ef.Cu!'til period fo u nd Pe.l'IU s ub- of t h.e Hotel Cor.nlh/usker, which was bac"k m1sse<l the .extra point aft er floor mmg.l.ed scho.ol boys 1.n overalls the A. B. and the A. M . degrees fro m .~i;buting freely . N either tea~ c:m~ filled to capacity. In the s·econd dis- toiuchdown the fir.st half closin5 wi_t.h a.nd no ndescript c.reatures of n o dis- . the Un_i v.ers_ity of Colorado. ln. 1931 .-:~~edclo;; ::d s;:~~~ ~~u!id-fi:~. trict t>he an nual dinner w as held in a score of 6 to 0 m favor of the Kit- ti.net age, col'o r o r fin a ncial standing, 1the l!nJvers1ty of Ne braska -conferred the larg e b anqiuet r oom of the Hotel tens. . . · on h1m t h e Pfa D. degr ee, his doctor(Con tin.ued On Page F.our) Paxton w.here t h e old s-o.ngs were The seco.nd h alf was f eatured by relatwes of,.,t h e Russia.n peasants, a ate's work being purs~ in the field )'h e g a m e e n.ded with N or folk r e- ,sun g, and a g.ood P eru m eet ing was long r uns on t he part of F rizel and gener al what-h~ve-y~u cr~wd .of ge~- 1 of sci ence.. His scholarly attainments s orting t o a. p unting du.el. h el<l b y t h e ti.n.e rep resent ation pres- Robins:on of Weeping W ater. F rizel hlemen an1 tJheir fair l a<l1es m van- i (Co.nti nued On P age Two_ ent. made 14 points and flipped a p ass colored dresses a nd ftatbo:its. i / , W h ile g ood t imes a nd e nthusiasm to McNaH.y ena bling him to score. Of c-0urs.e wi t.h .s uch modest cos- 1 // - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - wer.e e xpress·ed in these two districts T.h€ Kittens received numerous p en - tumes it was necessary :to d ance a n ;--- - - -- - - - - - - , ··- "--MORE BIOLOGY MOVIES . l e two step and sever al \ which .hav.e b een holding Per.u din- alties, and seemingly unnecessary in- o Id 1:·Jme circ CALENDAR / ..WILL BE G IVE N SOON .ners for year,...,, o the alum ni ar e es- J'uries. ·· waltzes. "Dutch" Lorb.eer dire cted T uesda y, Novem~ef ,,/"' 10 ecially proud ·of a new .organization W eeping W arer Pe ru these and they p r·o ved exciting for ·1 ,. Clu b 9:50 DramnHc P th d l The d ep a rtments of scien ce in t;h€ f-O urtJ1 dis trict w hich met .thi~ M'cNahly - -- - - - LE - ---- --- W'ils on · e app ause · emanded their co.nti n· are sp0l1$0ri-ng a series of free .ye ar a t H a st ings. They .not only h ad G. Wallace ___ LT - - - - - - - - Ty.no.n- iuance tim€ and t ime aga-in . We d nesday, November 11 one of ti.hie p eppiest m eetings ever Rehme'ir _____ _ LG - -------- Kelso· The orchestra : L ucille Straton, 9:5G :!Wen's Co.nvoca.tion educati.onal m ovie programs held in Neb raska, but organized a :Stromberg ___ _ C ----- - M). P.ugh Lio.yd Per r y, Henry Shfol.er<la, ·Ch as. , 7:00 Y. W. - Y. M'. - C. C. A. dur ing the sc.hool year, f.or t he P eru Association with Superintenfoht Runyan --- --- RG ------ -- CJ,ary T1·enh.ot m and Mr . Burbridge, was Footba11, Chadron, t here benefit of the student b ody a.n d Mi llar.d Bell of Or.cl as president, wit,h Taylor - - - -- -- - RT --- - --- - Leahy g oing stron g and enjoying t he dep r,esThull'sda-y, November 12 others wh o are int erested. The a complete organi zation f.o r cont in- ! Switzar ------ RE - - - - - -- Rihodus s ion p arty as m u.c.h as t he d ancers. 9:50 All classes me.et n ext pr<igram will be prerente.d Jruing these meetings year after year. : Ehlers - - ---- - - QB ---- - - Vosberg President Pate .an<l the P E.an st'op7:00 Freshm a,n Clubs i n the college audit-Orium No/ Th:f ne w fo1urtb. di~tri ct a.ssoci at ion . of 1 Domingle - - - - - RH ____ SU!Jtzb augh p ed i.n f.or a moment. -Th ey, as wel1 8:00 Phi.Lo a n<l Everett vember 17, b€ginning at 7: 00 Peru vi a ns set a p~ce_ .t hat t ?e . old I F?zeI -~- -- -- -- LH ----- - H~zel.tion as t~ rest,_ ~uJcl not wa rd off t h'e F riday, Novem ber 13 p . m. T he foll owing r eels will first and second .d 1st n ct organl·z at10.n s . F1tzp atnck __ __ FB - - - - Ra!lsback I catchrn g sprnt a.nd Iau g·h·e d hea rtily 8:00 H. S . Football vs Brock . 1 be s how.n. 'Canoe Trail$ T hru. will h a ve to step some to keep in Offici-als Woods,, referee; P lace, 1 w it h the crowd . Monday, Novembe r 16 .Mooselaoo: Coffee, Brazil's Gift' !.li ne . It is h op ed Uhat each distdct / u mpire; Warren, h ead linesman, all Coach Lorbeer wit h Mrs. Lor beer 7:00 Craw.cl-ads ' t o Consumer.' and 'Fr om Mine Iw.ill elect offi cers a nd make p erman- fron Nebraska Cit y. a.nd Miss P a !mer were c.h aperones of 7 :00 Alij>h.a .Miu Omega Tb.ese :films are secured thru j ent orga.n:izations such as :the, fourth Su bstitutions : · p er haps the best college d ance ,t.h.at 8:.00 K app a Delta Pi Museum of Natt,~he Ameri c an : district h as formed . Peru-Stoltz, Rhod.us, Palmer. h.as as yet been heJd in Peru. 'l'he Tuesd'<1'Y, Nov•ember 17 Club u ..... aJ H istor.y in New York The h is tor.y of the Pe ru din.ner is W eeping Water- Balcorn, K rall, . c ry of Peruvians is "Hurr a y for the J 9:50 W . A. A. and 'P' (Con ti nued On P age Four) Wilis, Garrison and Robinson. T1'0phy F un.d ·and o.n w.i th t h e d ance." ·

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· 'g· Nao ) emblem. T.he y are tke f o Uowm . . (Continued from Pag e ne R t h .:Adam s Luc1lle ad · ..:-.~a are best attee.ted d~ne Andrews, u ' . in ac enuc ""'-~ · M . · Mendenhall, Virt...- f t that he has b e en elected and Harpster, arJOrie by tu;,;: ac • ginia Mat.hews, Ada Brady, D e>r othy t o m~mbershi;; in hor.urar~ s~holar.

Leag1ue 6:45. Neiswanger, Irene Vand erford, s:i~~ 1·sh)p frater;~ .. 1._.s in ea ·;h of ho m ?.. M!idweek ;ervice, Wednesday 7:15 en Gaines, -Earl Andr ews, W ior and mi n o r t:elds of ~-ork. Sh.Qm ard and Mr. L o rbeer. . "d 1 · Hi~ ediuc ::iti·1 ,.! c-. pen : rn•cs ha'\le p. m. Bobbie Sonderegger a n d M_1ss Da~1 - l"ke~ise been quite embracive, cov_e:r. so.n renewed the i r seni~r hfe savmg i~g the fie.1ds of high s~oo~ .tea~a~ BAPTIST CHURCH eligibility. d H .Len Mar- and administration, ~-e11;_era.l ad:~18• s. Coad, Minister ' Mary Shirley Holch arri_ •e -. r life t rat io.n a n d .sup.lrvis1o:n~ as . w . as Our closest eompapion is~urse.lf, garet Larson paSS(:!.Ci their JUnlO c-olitege ~lassrooro wo r k: . ~:s inter. d est in educati'on-~ a~tiv1tie~ an.d US make a ti1ue friend of' this con~.- saving -test. I let . n One wa:v this may be done 1s G.i rls w.ho oasse d t m s test tar ne niove menfs is made ~vide.':1t. by . his --Published Weekly , at Peru State Teachers College-pa.mo . , with our8elves the .o ne-hundr.ed points in W. A. A. act1"v e,, worki ng- m. e mbership t:1°thmany to check ov.e:r · f l This d var ass matter. $1.00 . h w e are grate . orga n1"z at·1ons having t o o w1d . things for w h 1c . u Entered at the Postoffice of Peru, Nebraska, as secon d Cl is Thanksgiving month. b 15 are ' Busy?' ie.d phases of educational a vanceNovem er 'No. Are .ya.'' t' the Year--Sc single copy. , Services s un d ay, men . U . "t 'No.' D t . Holch goes :to t he mve~SI y as 9:45 follows: . . h oo_l with 'Then Je t's go to class.' o~.JJ Denv~r .early i n Ma.rcihi to become a. m. c.hurch sc . clas.,. t ,,, Head of .t he Department .of Bo a ny, .ses fo~ . all ag:~r.ning w orship, ~erFr-eshie: Whait.'s a n .ope1:e~ta. . t "U whi ch time he wil'l continue fo MERNA BROWNSON -----------~ ------ - --------------------:.---- Editor . 11:~,T~:ea Pr.ov.i denct." Music by Bun G: Don't be d um b; it's a g1 r l ' ~is p r esent I:ms-iti.011. Tho ugh bro!l(l------ - - - ---- Business Manager m on, . wh o works for the telepho ne C'om- 1 l schooled in t he continiually dive.rs:i VIRGINIA McNEAL the4:00 choir. . ,and home p au y . fiyed ..,_,,ds of educational subje ct m_atSTAFF ASSOCIATES P.· m. junior c h,01r ILt:..t :fi

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ter Bota ny is bis. :chosen spec1 c S ome girls g et pea rls- out of oysTe . sucih lin e of work h e has ters. Yes, ·bu:t. we know o t hers w.ho . :iev-0t ed the major p:.orti-0n of his 1 stu.dy - and teaching activiti_es daring et .d'ia mo.nd«> o.u.t of nuts. -. t y a 1 · . _ . .. the p.ast .tweilv e. consecu ive . e .rs · · ·· ,ho f or the \ w h:ile a memb.er of the Pera S tate Mis s EJI.e n L m <lstrom,_ ~"ti h er teaching, staff. It was in this field t eek .h as been v1s1 n g p as w · · · c R L "n.cl.Str om ! that h e pur.sued his ·doct or a te s tttd"tes brother., Pr.ofesso·r . . fo;1 .dut ~ I a nd d evelop.ed· ·hli.s .doctorate disserta. left Thurs~ay . to report . Co:nt ti-o.n on t he subject " Development of Home Adv1~er ·?f Mercer -- .... a.teYd , R o ots and Sh oots of Ce r.tain> Tree . · MlSS Lmdstrom gr...wu · s ·•~-" Illmo1s. k 19 ' S dJlin g s in Different Fo.r~st !"'""', fr.om t he University of N-ebras a, a.s h e enters into his new field of 28 a nd has done gr~.ua~e w o rk at ! Jabo r he brings to bear o.n his teach· Ames in further pre~-!:-~-ti~n f.or ~er •ing a~tivities a:nd. on .his d epartment dis:tinctiv.e line .of! .S'er ·VlCe .u n e r 1 ' b'~ that broad ~ccurate - ex·t · , pro ..,.,-ms • • Smit h-Hug h es di rec 10n. . :tion· t hat p r .oduct of t e n s1ve ·p rep ara: , . KF..:NN.ETH YOUNG --------------------------- --------- Athletics, Y. M. i.n.g a t Red Clou.d but plans tq be · y.ears, -of .t hou g-htful reaction to ~­ r iche r life experiences and that ti-.am. with us. Y. M. C . ...A' J. W. TY.LER - -- ---- - -- - ------ - - - - -- - - ------- - ---- --- Faculty A,dviser , Chr istia n Endeav.or 6 : 3Q~ P· m. A Th.e Y. M. C. A. held_•t heir re gular ed sch.oJar.J,y attitud e which tog-eth.Er : rea-i oppor.tuni•tY. t o disouss problen)S meeting last Wedti&4;_· ~. ,:_.eyening in -op-er a_te ,t o m a ke t e a ching meani~gful i of life. . the Little Theat r e. D e·v' · a~ s~rvice ~njoy~bl.e and W:irt hwb:ile. Francis Copes, Josephine Brissey, and 1 Song se.rv:ice and se.1:mon 7:3?. · 4° was giv.e n by Ora- F e r g uson. ··· EDITORIAL . I .unusu al treat in music .at this se r After the<> d evotional ser v fce · t he . W1hat about the suggesti-0n made 1Loreen Gallowa y. T.he meetmg ~s : vice- It's at ''Tlhe Friendly Church." ~ gathered ~.n the science h a ll fo r ">-<:::::::.-~~-~~~ i n chapel recently that to avoid mak- presided over b.y Frances Copes, pres- ; __ . a.--ve.ry int~resting lect ure -0n phy sical I STUDENTS!! ~ ing .up sc.ho·o.J on Saturdays the :>tu- ' ide.nt. . educati.on throug.hiout t_h.e wor.~-0. L eo \ () _...,H omecoming is . over. G o od dents themselves cou1d conduct clasThe big ev.e nt of the everung came / SCHOLARSHIP CLUB PARTY H a uptman, wit h -the -aid -Of p1ctu~ed \ concentrated school work is in ~ ses while the f aculty goes to teacher's . w_ith the presentati'on of a surp:ise I .Mon da~ nig ht :0 e. members of the slides, conducted th.e prog r am w it h /l orde r agai,µ. convent ion? There is no d eubt t h at buthda y cake for Edna Maystr1ck, S cholarship club enJoyed themselves a brief e xplan.ati-on of each slide. I (( D on' t forge t that we .-m ake t he S"'·dents c-0uld do thds. success- sophomore sponsor, by Miss Peter- 11 at a .half initiatory and half Hal.lo_ w e'A c abi"n.et meeting was · h eLd irn- 1 1 uu fl sCbool suppliey . our specia lty. 1 mediately folfowjng the l~ct.ure, fo:r v· fu.llly and .derive benefit from the .e x- son. e n p ar.ty . . F oJlowing sobme . 1;v;hy We buy cheaper-an.9 _con seperiment in student government. Edna p1·-0v.e d very gener.ous, how- _games a.nd songs the mem ers o e. the pu.rpose .oil d eciding u po.n the . "ded h er ca k e WI"tl· 1 a 11 C!l u l~ w.ere serve d re f res h_men ts· b Y F ather and Son b an q ue t t o be h eld I· quently sell for Jess. However, -a c'Onsiderable objection ever, an d ·d IVJ BLANCHE BAST ---- ----- ----·- - ----- - ------- Social, Hig.h Sch-001 Notes sti~~:o c~~ss~1. ev.e.ning worsqi~, serCAROLINE CALDER ---------------------"" -----------.: __ Alumni, Jokes mo.n,, "The fvllowets." . Music b.y ALLI-SON · CLINEBURG ----------------------------- Athletics, Everetts . AILEEN COX -----------~---'..--------- - -:- -- - Y. C. C. A. - W. A. A. choir. The letters for the scripture rec1HELEN FACKLER --- -----~---------------- ---- - -- - --,- --'--- Exchange t at io.n are Q and R. . ._ nt er t.o wors.h.lp, depart to WILMA JACKA ------------- - - - ---- ~ Girls ·Club, Training School Notes_ Coln e, . ".: E ·.. THELMA HEND.ERSON __ _: _: __ __ ____ ______ ____ __ ____ ____ __ __ _ Music, Art serve." HENRIETTA McllIOWN ________ _: ______________________ __ Class Meeting:s ....., FLORENCE MARTIN ~------------------- - -------- -- --- Special Topics FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH MA:f{JORIE MENDENHALJ;, ------------------------------ Frosh Clubs Loren Dunton, Minister IVAN NEWTON --------- - ---- --- - ----- - -- ----- - -- Phil-0, Frats, P CJ.uh Chur ch school 9:45 a. m. CoUege BETTY PANCAKE - -- - --- --------- --·- -- Co.nvo., Cal·endar, Alpha Erudito class under the inspfri.ng. leadership of P r o,fessor N o rw-0od. RUSSELL SAUTTER --- -- ------ -- - -------- - - -- --- -.- - - - - - --- - Athletics W ors hip l0:45 a. m. Dismissal MARIE SCHINDLER ____ ___ ____ ____:. __ __ ____ __ ____ ____ Sp.ecial Topics ll:45. Our pastor is .holding .a m.eet-

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yard. line. Nebraska City relentlessly . -~~"""'-~ Y. W . C. A. PROGRAM where .t.here is one, t here are several. ~arched to another touchdown wi~h As varied as the c.o lors in. the p o.t- This bird has a c;aU rather than a Kastner. Thoms, and Schanot doing te;ry vase and :the ~ouq.uet which it song. Ar01u.nd Pe ru the Cardinal tihe hall lugging. held was the y. W'. c. A. program spe.nds the en,t ir.e winter. If one is Score At Will As Bobklttens Take · Per.u again received the kickoff intereste d in bir.ds, Peru is an ideal Wednesday e v.e.ning. Aifternooln Nap We are all amateurs at enjoying spot to study them. Sometimes for i hu.t could not gain throug.h t he heavy DATE · FINANCING ilfe and seeking happiness, even a year .o r m~ re ·i:t is .necessru"y to City .line, and Railsb ac k a gain k icked:, · The problem of "Date Fina.nci.ng," watch a nd sud.y a bird befor.e you In a game played on a ·wind-swept the baH being tou.c hed dead o n t he has alwa ys been a difficult one :to though the.r.e are those who h ave suc- recognize .it and are sure you are corceed'ed to the .extent that t hey are fieW. the Peru Pre.p Bo bkittens were. City 30 d li Cr.e ighton students. From what we .nearly professionals in their ·1ine. T.he rect . ol,\tsmart.ed by a heavier Nebr,aska . .yar 'ne. May.n.ar d and P.hysical accomplishments .often ~ Schnot carried t h e b all .__ the Peru can g ather about the c ampus, the ways in which the y found enjoyme.nt Oity team, and toQk the short end 44 .yard lin e ·as t he q u a rter ..., t · d · h t bring happiness not only to the parended presen econ.om1c epress1on ·as n-0 w.ere s u ~ gehted . of .a 38 .t o 0 c.Oµnt. The game was M' d · · reli.eved the si tuation. Rather .i t has The p te asur.e 'in singing was ex- ticipant but to those who .are spec. ayn·a.r .opene d the f ourth quarter .,, b Played at Nebraska Oity Wedne'sday. with a plu.ng~ f o r another City t ouch- added to the complexity 'Of the pro - plained in the dttet ' '0.ut of the Dusk," :tators. Alp,hi a and Si;itly Catania r.e Most of .t he City's gains were made .down t 0 k th 1em. T:he ·result · is th at many ani atby Mar garet En gelkemi.er and G!ln- assured us of this in their tap danc.... _ ld ma e e score 32 to O as fr-Oitl lllllt! 0 reverse play arn\lnd end t hey · f 'Led tra~tive girl h as been forced to sit .e vieve Drake. M.yreta Sugden ac- i·1g . " ' ' ' ul th p agai.n a1 to conv·ert for the and as a res t e eru team was e xtra point . at home and r.ead "Pollyanna" whHe companied them. Scripture readi.ng and prayer were caught un.a.war.es. K astne.r i ntercept ed a Railsback orchestras play to decreased .numbers "Cookies," an original short story g i-ven by Blanche Hastings. MargarIn t he first quarter, the City k icke.d ?ass a n d. galloped 50 y ar.ds before be- at college dances. . was read by Virginia McNeal. "Plump et En gelkemeir ·led the song service. to Sultzbaugh, who ,returned 15 ya;ds mg broug h t dow.n hy 'Ezry' Stoltz, Disregarding the adverse criticism white arms,, pi.nk organdy, eyes as to the Peru 37 .yard .li.ne. P.eru .was P e r u giu ard . The Kittens held i or that will be heaped upo.n our heads blue as bits of polis,hed sky and appQDalized 15 .yards and Railsbac k do w ns a.nd R ailsback ag.ain kicked fr.om the affiliated colleges we here- ple bloss;ums are a:U memo.l'ies whic.h ANOTHER LOST GIRL pun~d to Kastner who re.turned to -0ut of .d a n g.er. The Peru line agai.n with . offer a su~gestion that · is be~ng .Lydia, the fat old cooky-maker had." When it come:; to getti.ng lost Peru's 30 yards line. Nebraska City stopped d.nve .. h' put. mto. . operatw.n at many leading It was a mo.t her's New Year's wish a rounl here and strayj.ng into the . . t he Neb ras k a c·t i. y t is w im penahzed 15 yards. Ma.yi:iard t ime on the Per · . ' .umverstt1es throughout the c01Untry. to her SOOI who was away, "that he j wrong rooms, we thoiught that fresh (}Jl the next play. made 11 yar .ds but pass b R . 1 b u 30 yard ~me. A Women have long .demanded equal upheld her :f.aith in him." To his so.n me.n were the only guilty ones. Bu.t . . Nebras k a C,1't_y was. penalize d another. h a ds y f Sa1hs ack dr.opped mto the ng h ts w1'th men an d now b ecause o f years l ater, this ma.n sent the letter I g.uess .no t , eJ.01' th e oti ier morning, 16 yards. Kastner t,hen took the ball t n h ~ f c anot,, who galloped, un- the unusual conditions why not make wjth this same wish. T.his was the , Ghubby, a sweet funior girl, calm:ly ~9 yards f9r ·the first N e bras k a Ci.ty ouc e hor 60 .yar.ds for the final th!.>m pu.y 'for them. Gr.adu.ally worn · I sentiment embodied in .t he poem "A I walked into men's chapel and sat 0 touclrdow;n. A plu.nge made th.e co unt ~o~·e k t ~ game . . The· fina;I. score: en .hav.e been .taking over and shar- . Father's Wfah" by .M erna Brow~son. •dow.n with some of .h er friends. 7 to 0 for City. eVrabs ·a City 38, Peru 0. ing the rightS th.at were formerly del"That we should do for others, .not I -Os erg , Sultzba.ugh and Leahy I , 1 · J T d · Peru elected to receive a n d V oseg a teu exc us.ive. Y to men. · 0 ay be.c ause we desire praise or glory but .,.,;i th k' k ff seemed ~ be the o.n; l y Peru men inI there is sca rcely an occupati.o.n that because' -0f the deep appr.eciati001 and I' The S:u.ltan of Turkey sleeps in a ' . berg return'(" e IC 0 ' 10 .y a rds, terested m t . N b k c· . . " ;, and th.en a<f,ied ele ven m o r e . O n the a . s opp.mg e ras a ity, J is not ope.n to both men and women. satisfactfon it affords .us, is the .plhil- ! heel eigiht feet wide and twelve feet 111 next two plays, h;owe ver, P e r u f a iled i:d Railsbac~ showed .the best p:unt- 1 Jn both appearance and actions the osophy given us in the book, "Mag- :J:ong . 'That's .a Lot of bunk. to gain and Railsb ack kicked t o p g and passmg on the field. . so-called weaker sex has imitated the nificent Obsessi'on." The book re- j Kastner who made. a g ood r eturn . ;~u (O) . Neb. City <.38 ) m ale. They have cu~ their ~air short, view was given by G.enevieve PrieLady at .a.oor: So y.o.u're .ta king s ubTh.oms t ook th-e b al:l to the P e ru 4 T son - - - ---- LE -------- Stites :1dopted t he masculine stride, ta kea fe1~t. I scriptions to pay .youi· way through :d r d s h t ·th · t ynon -- --- --- LT -- ------ Worth . the place of me.n on cigarette adver" In or.der to recognize birds one college? You look pretty ·o ld to be thm~n an.hd c anoCi.' t y e.n ~en l o v e r Kelso --~-- - - - LG -- ---- Kercher tisements and .now they are wering on;,, ,"· ° c-0llege. fya~ or e .,,,uc own. agam p · ung- p h M C mu.st know their habits," explained ,, , .. ., 0 . . t ug ----· ---Casebeer derbies. Therefore we say, let down Miss Palmer in her discussion of - A~·ent: Oh I've already bee. 1 ed f or th e e x t ra p o1n . Adams .. RG Gibso h b . f h d ·1 t th • , The Kitrens ti h.tened in t he second ----- --- - -----.n t e · arners urt er an e em bird study. The Harris Sparr.ow is throug h, l ady hut I'm >'!'i\\ payii~:~ for g Leahy ------- - RT - - ------ Adams share the expense .of dates.~The · d b 't · thi ket ' t half bu.t Nebraska City p roceeded to V:elvick R.~ r.e cognl·ze Y.l s presence m c s, 1 . ---- - -r~ -- - ----- Story Creig.hton. get the breaks, Story intercept ing Pugh O -- - --- QB - ~ ---- Kastner Railsback's pass o n Neb r aska Cit y 20 Sultzbaugh ____ LH - - ------ Thoms A sketch of :the Peru-Wayne game ~~~~-~~~~-~~ -"""'~ _.:: yard line. .Kastner carried tihe· ball Railsback ____ RH ______ Schanot taken from ''The Goldenrod." twice for a total of 80 yards and a n - Vosberg ------ FB _____ Maynard ''By a score .o f 6 to 0 Wayne Wildother touchdown. Neb raska City First downs: City 13, P.eru 2. ca.t s defeated the Peru Bob.cats last failed on the try f.or p oint maki ng Penalties: City, 130yds., Peru 30yds. ISiaturda.y .night and broke1a couple of bhe ·score City 20, P er.u O. . O FFICIA.IB: old time jfox.; it was the first time The rem a inder of tb.e qiu a rter w as Referee: Kei.th, Cincinnatti. Wayn.e has beaten Peru, and the first played in Nebraska City t e rritor.y but Umpire: Reeves, Pittsburg, Kans. time Penu has l.ost a H.omecomng ~ the Kittens lacke d· interfe r.e nce a n <I H . Linesman: HaUenberger, Emporia.

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G. b Bess of the curriculum. Mi ' ss R. EleHALLOWE'EN anor MaJ'ors ePARTY ntertained was Y ell· r epresented "The facu lty w as w h h m e T ues .. I lati.o,n to my own w 0 · · ·s he insists that if t he G irl ReseTve.s at e.r b t t so many t of m y Streeter Aldnch. ographer, and I s pent mos i h ethin.a quite worth- at the Peru dinner, u no d a y,, Octo~r 27, at 7 :30 p. m . . . h hi " ' yo.u ave som .. ...,, alum.ni as I exp~cted, per.h aps d ue D~co rations and the games hinted time wit m. : h ' J to say it wi11 come o ut in such • Mr Clements Says: w I .e , '!I to the .depressi-On. of t he spirit of HaUowe en . (Continued From Page One) . the most interesting a mode of expression that peop.le "T h e m us'ic w as splendid The orThe g roup played such ~a.me~ as a bi.t interesting . F.or years Nebrasone I enjoyed m ost, was be interested and .give you a chestra was mad.e up larg e ly of Peru 'pass the apple,' and- '.hunting Jelly ' t This thought I ,hope. w.ill prov~ mb e.ans.' . ed k·a held a.n all-state teachers associa- spea C aptain Irving O'HAy , humorist, ra.v- creasingly helpful in my profe:is1on. al1umni.'' Dr. Maxwel 1. I.n a darke.ned I'oom w.er e station tion. In the fall di 19.04 ohe State eler, t hinker. . "Cap Lain O'Hay, UmtMiss Grace Tear Say s fort une tellers, w.bere each girl might "'eachers Assoc1'a;+1'.on w as held in ed States Army (reth ~·_..1) h as. th e hu · of the State · d th i '" . T,bJe anruuai,, session "I en3oye · e assoc1'at1'on wit h Pe- hav e her f ort u ne tol d . . Omaha. E. 0. Garrett, now of Ce- mor of MJark Twajn, .t he philosophy T.e achers Association jg a1ways, to r.u alumni and learn in g what th.ey The remaind.er of the evemng was dar Fallis, Iowa, cl ass of '95, was pres- zy.f Mr. Dooley, a nd the wit .of Ge?rge me, an inspiring and heart-warming are d oing thfa year. . spent i n d a n ci ng, ,untiJ t he li~hts -Of ident of the Peru Alumni Association.. Ade. He is -a soldier of fortune a~.d even.t . This year I especially enjoy"I was very much int er.ested m .t.he a bonfire c alled the girJs outs1d~ for Dr. N. A. Hingston now of the Un1- is described by Irving C.obb .as A ed b.eing with my old-time, new-time t alk b y Dr. B antin spea king o.n High their r efreshments. These comnsied versity. of N ebraska, was se.c retar.y. Con.noisseur of Wars .' He has be~n friend, .Miss Alice Hawthorne, ele- School Athletic Associ a tion.' On e of .d ate an.d cocoa.nu t sa.nd wich e s, coJ. w. Crabtree was president of Pe- w.ou,nded, <leeorated, an.d has been m menta ry supervisor in the schools of imp o r tan t phase of his talk concern ed coa and marshmallows, cak e, a.ml ru. '1'.hi s triumvirate, with M~·. Gar- all ranks from private to g.e neral. . Ql.e veLand, Ohio, who w as -0ne ·o f the t he physic al examinati-0n of athlet.ec;.'' fudge. rett as promoter, held t he first P ern Captain O'Hay h as a :fiund of wit out.-.o f-stat e speakers on the Lincoln --L . B. ' Mathews. bano.uet~ at the Hotel P axton. It was an.cl humor ofl the spontane·o us kind pi·og r am . Miss Hawthor ne was form A group of faculty ladies were .eninde~d fttting that this year the t.wen- th at makes foi) k think an.cl laugh. He ·erly a member of the Peru faculty HOME EC. AT LINCOLN t e rtained at di nner S u nday e v.erung t y-sev.e nth a.nnual banquet sho.u~.d be uses humor not merely for entertain- and la.ter e lementary sup.e r.;'isor of At the h-0m'.e ecOln omics m eeting at by Mrs. Pat e. heJd at the same hotel wi.t h tbe same ment but .as a Lever to open the way the Lincoln. city sch ools. She spoke at Ll~coln, M~ss Bra ckney heard M iss .oLd .en.th.usi.asm that was started in t o minds and hearts. His humor .the :lu ncheon .of the As:;.ociation for Zuill of Iowa uni versit y speak on -~-~-~~~~ }) ~ t hat first banqu.e t. The U. 'S. state sen- sweetens an<l his philosophy enlight- Childhond Educ.ation a.n.d in the rur- ''Th~ Im~ort~nce of H om e _Ec~?'om- V "It Pay s To Look Well.. at or, gov·ernor, a.nd other .notRbles ens." al, pi;mary, an d .elementary princi- ics Jn This T.1me o.:f Depress10n. In r II were there either as the g uest of Mr. The most interesting points broug ht pals' sectional meet ing s. this she emphasized the .desirabili ty ~ W hat ! No Shoe Shine rs? V Garrett or Mr. Crab.tree. Annual out in the co.n.v.en!tio.n were the idea of a ha_ppy h ome. Ln creati;:i~ this, RICE & THO!;.i AS · meetings were .held in Omaha or t hat mus.ic is ~oming to play a Professor K ahn .attended the State the problems of .n.o two families are ~ O Lincol n following the State A soci- : very importan t p art in .the .'3 chool Teachers Conv·en ti.o,n .i.n Omaha. the s a me, t h erefore the preJ>aration -~-~~-<::>-~~ ation unti.J 1922 when the State Asso- l life, as P r.o fessor P aul H.. Grummann, Dur ing t he c·o nvention ,he beard of h ome-maker's fi~l.d is quite l arge. c.iation was divide.cl into .district asso- dir.ector of the Society of Liberal Pow.ers H apg.o od g ive a , talk <>n "In~~--<::>~"" ciatfo.ns. Si.nee that time annu al ban- Arts and the J oslyn Memorial, said 1 b Soft wa ter shampoo 35c quets have been held in both Lincoln and wit h the id-ea of leisure tillle d u.sti£al ~e~ocr~y." Hit wi ~ e re- 1"WRITERS' GUILD HEARS and Omaha. that chiLdren s'h;o.uld fill up their m em clrte lkst ~t p r. l ?t_pg.oo gave 1' BESS STREETER ALDRICH & Hair cut 35c . · .· · I · . · . severa. a in ·eru as y.ear. These o ld org amzat1ons certam Y time by learnrng to play o.n mstru-' Th d af k' t '"'h . . · e , ay ter spea m g a v e con· ho 1 t t wekome the new P enu orgamza,t ron men.ts as D r . George D. Stroyer, proti M. 1,T d t d Bess S treete1· Afddch, w . se a es . h d ' .· . d 'th th • . . . ven .on, I . CJ.·apgoo was arres e Fl . ,, m the fo.urt 1st11ct a n Wl e fessor oi education Colu mbia um- . C . Bl ff f tt d·. book is , <•W!Jiite Bird yJng was . . h p . . ' Ln ou.nc1 1 u s .or a en mg a soN b Next to Gaines Hall on !Ive wnes among t e eruvrn.ns m versity said . . . . · the" principal speaker at .th~ .e r.as·h d' .· t, 't . t b • · . . 1 c1a hstic me.etmg. h h h ~ pavement t at 1stnc .1 pr.om1ses · o e an an- 1 An inter esting thing t o note 1s ti~ A M p h d b d t d k-a Write rs' Guild lune e o n w 1c , 1" apeium a een ep.or e D nual event f,.or many years t o come. fact that Mr Clements was chosen f C .1 Bl ff b keil M.i.s{l Clark, Miss A~.h berg and r. -~~.-<::>~--<::>~A complete rep.ort of ohis m eeting secretary-trea~urer of District No. 2 I· i·om bc,unh c L . u ,s Y ad masAf · Bak er at t ended. She sp ·()'k.e on "Ways · · . t t' l<> · . · ~ · . g a ng ut e l?.ter returne . ter Wiil he found m a sep al a e ar IC - m convention for the commg year. . . . . of Writing a. Novel" stressing in parthis issue -Of the P ed agogian. I D D ·1 ell Says: . 11etu1 mng h.e h eld a protest m~eting, ticuJ.a1· that on" must ha.v~. a knack -~<::>-<::>-~"">-~ean e z ' . L' conce rni.ng his treatment, and 1t was "' "' I attended ,t he c·o.nvention at m}: . . n .. or bent for writing and that it i.n- ~ . BEAUTY SHOPPE ., ou th D'strict Peru Luncheon I . d th t a.t t. . is meet mg th a.t r .owers Hap good, F r 1 coin, and the part en}oye e mos h volves r eal work. Mrs. Keene Abbot T h e Little Brown Bungalow ~ The first Peru State Teachers Col- i h. b h f 125 I 1 h . as w·Ell as several ot. er peopil e of was t e unc o oya , a pp y. . · d d an.d .Hel en M•argaret, a n Omaha girl 1· ~ N o rth of the Chris tian Church. lege Luncheon of District No. 4 was . . i ho attended t he Pe- promme,nce wer.e pace un _e r arrest. 1 Professor Kahn a lso ment10ned the who has been writ ing poetry since . . h G c· ,smg1ng alumn w held m Has tl.ng s at t , .e re.en ity • ru dinner at Ohe Cornhusker. p . . . she w as ten year s old w ere- als o on JANET MALONEY . 'd S eru dui n·er which was hel.d at the Cafe on Friday• October 30 · At a J Miss D1 del ays: ·p h . th.'s p ·ogram s hort business meeting jt was dec ided I I attended the conventio.n at Lin- . axto.n o~el with .Mr. Haywa r d, reg~ ~ I B ker . a.n.d Miss· Clark heard ~<:::,.~-<::>-..:;;::,,.~~ . · th . 1strar, actmg as :toastmaster. r. a I h h t h Id o o· · a unc eo.n eac .yea1 m e coin, and, of course, went to tne art Mu . - f . h d b p f Dr Hudson professor -0f p hi:losophy city whe re the conve.nti.on is being I <l~partment. T.he addresses were . sic w:~ ur.ms e .y ro es.snr . t .th. U •, . ' t . of M~~~oun· and' . ' I . . . Jmdra, Pr-0fessor Clements, Magaret a e ruve1s1 Y ·» = he;ld. . . I worthwhile, but the m am fact I dis- . Cain a fo rmer student and Rose- Dean L eR ossig.nol of the Colleg e of S uperrn tende.nt M illar.cl Bell of Ord I covered jn go ing to the exhibits a nt1 I ' D oleJS. a fres h man ' . .B · A.drn' · t at' on University h · th m ar.y here this us1.ness 1rus r· 1 , ~vas e lected c airm a n for e .com- Imeetings was that it would be mo1·e j ea r . ' of N ebraska . M iss Cla rk w as leader V Sodas, Sandwiches, Lunches ~ ing ye ar . . T,he .l~nch.eon wa -enJo.y.ed I valuable t o take a g roup of a rt siu- I y · . of the Latin s ection. P hone 112 b.y aJI, be rng climax ed by .the sm g- dents up tlCI these ex.Mbits an.d turn . T h - -. f "h . . 1 e mat1Jual arts d epar.tm ent was 1 mg " c e c~101 song-. them loose tha.n it 1s for a g roup 0f . r . 0 . • . . ~ 'We Deliver' The followm g were present· h t t th hib't .ep te- ented by Prnfessors Larson and . . teac ers o go o e ex i s. . PERU DEFEATS NORFOLK 1Li.ndstr om . K.ento.n, Poynter, Kearney , Mrs. Dunning Says: · ' ~-~-~~~ H ilda Bel! C ::w ~'• Grand Is.land j 1 s ent most of my t ime at the They ~ o.th agr.eed that there were (Conti.nued from P age One) A lice .M . R.obinson, Kear.ney Dean~ meeting· in Lincoln. A:t t he : many t;.!111.~gs th.at were wor~h while Homer H atcher, .a nd Harris prov_e d ...,~-~-~~-<:::,..~Le~li e Car i·e,, Gr and Islan.d j morni.ng meeting three Nebraska ' to lJ.e J.ea1 nedi a t .t he conv~n t1on. t he best g ro.un.d g arners f or P.e ru w it h ~ ~ Mathilda Fritz; Grand Island B. A. SMITH, M . D. 1deans wer.e the speakers : Dean Hep- j One 0 ~ the t alks w~s g1ven b.y Dr. Miller playi n g a goo.d stea dy game. \{ A nn a Mar gar et Brecht, C ozad ! n er of Lincoln, Dean Piper, ass't . ~· M. Miller, . state director of V·0'C~ · C!lptain Toll.y a nd .Stev.e.nson seemed Ear - Nose - Throat S. Ma r y Crawford, -Kearn ey Ide.an at Linco.In, and Pean, D.un.ning 1 tio n a.J ed~catrnn for Kansas.' He l s t o be d oing g o.od w ork i n t h e li ne. ~ Eye ~ H.elen, M. Kucera, Sutton I10 f p e1u. . Th e p1mc1pa .· · l spea k er ·of . ·alst o' pre As ident . of.· th.e American VoN or fo lk displayed. s ome footba ll Auburn, Nebraska 1 Ann a Do.nne r, Grand Is.land ' t h.e meeting in the afterno·o n was c i:. 1 ~r..a sociatJ.On . . V1r.o rthy -Of n otice w ith o uts t a ndi ng /) R aymon,d Schriener, Kearn·ey J Miss Nellie Lee Holt, direct or of re. Hz~ ta~~ h ad to ·do :with t~.e close • p erfor mances b y G ast a n.d Burnham -~~-~~"'>C. c. Thomps on. Arcadia )Jig ious eciucation a.t Stephen's Col- I elatw.nsru~ betwe·en mdust n a l ~rts in 1.h.e b &ck field :·m d V.:rampie n a nd J. Evan 'Hutchins, Overton l'ege, Columbia, Misso1uri,, who spoke . and v oc ~ti onal w ork, also stressrng · W o;·ppel in the line Very!. Cameron, Overton o.n "A You.ng Woman L ooks at Her t~e contmuance of work in both Gaines - - -- - - - - -- FB ____ ____ G ast ~~~ Otto F . Kucera, RockviHe W orl.d." : Imes. Hat ch e r, Hom. __ R H _ ____ Johnson V~ P e ru Cleaners & Tailors Ir.ene Veal Kucera,, Rockville Miss Faulhaber Says: i Glen D ors a.y, head af the auto me- Ha rr is - --------- LH __ __ Bailey Please -L e t Us Serve You. Bel'.11ice .Miner, Overton I attended the convent.i.on at Lin- I ch~n~ :s .cie11 ar~ment of iincoln, ga.ve Mi!ller - - ------- -- QB ____ Burnham Millard Bell, Ord coln, an<l the tal.k I enj'oy.e d most w as, a 1.e:iew of "he study. made of the Bruce ---- - - ----- RE Schmied.eke ~· J . A. CEJKA, Prop. ~ R?.ymond Tr.enholm, Cozad one b.y Miss CharJ Williams,. Fi·eld 1 trai.nmg of t h.e average industrial a rts Luttma n __ _____ _ RT ___ _ Woeppal ~ l Bell " 0 r d IS ecr etary of N . E . A ., m · w h'ic h· s h•e teacher. · A k R Eli za M..1c h es . c erson ---- - - -G-- - - - Pfunder Ralph Se llhorn, ·w ood River b rought ou.t the .fact that woman's _J.t w as also .decided !'<>.. hold a state Hatcher, How. __ __ c __ Ka.sseb aium -~~""'>-~~ N-0te--We ·are indebted to Miss resp·onsibi lity i.n the education of .to- :V1d.e c:? nfe~ence f.or tns~ru~tors in 1:olly ( c ) - -- - --- - L G __ __ Kra m p ien He.Jen Kucera of Sutton, Ne braska for .day is to .hold steady and to push Ln.d ustr.ia.l ai ts, home economics, com- P ate ------ - --LT - --- -- T essler t:hie above i.nformation. on f.orward. merce and .1:'ade. Mr. Don;ay was Cowe'H ------- -- - LE --- - Williams -~-..:;;::,,.-~-~ chrui man of the temporary First <lowns: P eru 11, N o-"-lk 2 . . Miss Faulhaber was, elected P. res - ~lected org ani zation.. J.l.tU SERVICE WITH A SMILE INSTirfUTE NEWS 1d.ent of the Womens Educa tional Ya rd from scrimmaO'e: Peru 202 0 Another lecture of interest w RIGHT .. A - WAY "Wlha.t was t he most interesting Club of District No. 2 at 0 ma h a. as y.ards , N orfo·' k 51 yar ds . "Shoop Organizatio.n," given by E. H. phase?" and "What did you enjoy t h.e Slothouer, a former Penu man, Wih-0 Officia ls: R ef e ree, Adams, B enso.n; most about the teachers association Grace P e terson Says M. C . MEDLEY is h ead of the industrial arts depart- Umpir e, W.oods, N ebraska Cit y · h ead me etings you atte nded?" were ; h.e ' We exp ect an inter esting prog r am me nt at Sewar.d. linesman Plac e., N e braska Cit y .' ~~.c::::::. q.uestions asked .the faculty members , at .the N . .S. '11. A . conventions and He was als o elected president of -----ind th.es·e are t h.e r.esp onses of some that held .in Omaha w as n o exception. DEAN DUNNING E NTE RTAINS of t hem: Howev.er, it was my go.o d f'ort une· to di.st rict two. Mr~. Dunning a.nd M'rs. Marsh en.. J ~ President ·P ate Says: be a guest at t he. Saturday morning ~~ "The Omaha meeting of the Ne- sessi-0n of the Nebraska .Wdters' F ollowing a.r "'· (f.-mmei-i.ts made i;;,' te1:t am e d a .rnu mber of facu.lt y Jadies . · braska State Teacl1ers Association Guild. It wa~ something "diffe rent" fac ulty m embers regarding the re- F n d ay evening at k KING'S BARBE R SHO P Q (Dis tricti No.2) was o'ne of t he best and eminently worthwhile , an.cl h as cent Teac hers ~ociat.io n meetfogs: bridge at Mrs. Dunnin~~=~:!~~e:~: eveF.,!1eld in the d istrict. No g reate r colored the e n.tire co.nvention. With ' I e njoyed m eeting former P eru Fern~ and c.brysanvh.eums from the You r P atronage a rray OJ. t al ented sp eakers has ever much interest we listened to Mrs . g raduates a n.cl .esp ecially t h ose that dor~itory g ar.de ns w ere u sed in d ec- 1 Apprecia ted o:a m g t h e r-0oms. - The prize for been broug ii't ~o Ne braska for an ed- 1 Keene Abbott <lisctlss " F.as.h ions Jn I worked wi:t. h this 1'ast summer. Below Loy al P h arma ,.... uCational meeting: - ~uth Bryan Ow- 1 Fkti.on" i.n her own. inimitable way; 'The g~n eral ga,t h.ering at the: P e:ru hig h. s co r.e i n .the b ridg.e g ame w as -., won by Miss Davdso.n . ~~~ e.n , Dr. Georg e D. St r a e r, Dr. E . N. Dean L e Rossi g nol of the Colle ge of b anq uet 11mp.ressed m e ve.ry muc)l. Bu.tterfi.e;ld, Dr. Ambrose L. S uhrie, · Busin·ess Administratio.n of the UniAs I h ave not b een h ere ver y J.on O' Dr. Ells worth Collins, and Efaptain vers ity of Nebrask a te.11 h ow he ac- j the r e wer,e rnan.y g r adu ates that bj Irving O'Hay e ach gave an add ss tually soJ<l s tor ies in the Ca nadfan 1 w as not acquainte d willh.' D. J. N a - ~~--~-IK::><1-"'=..--:;::;,._.,.::::;:,,...-~,,....c:: well wor th the ti;p to Om aha. It 1 ~ark et an.d bet t e r st ill the prices I hor s. was a g reat me eting ." h e i ~ceiv ed for t h em ! J ay William ' Mr. Clayburn Says: Huds o,n., .. h. D ., H arvard 1908, now 'Dr. Seai ock, .p resi den t ' of Omah a "I a:tt e.nded the convenLion at Lin- Pr.of essor 0 • Philosophy at Missou r i u niv·ersit.y g ave a ve:ry interesting ~ coin. TJi.e p art I .e.njoyed the most univeTs.ity, a.nd ~hor of several t alk o.n " t he P roblems .o f Modern Co1- 1 1 was t~e talk by_ ~r. ~aylor, ''Yith ~o·oks, t alke d .of his e"l.11-.~riences, quite le~.es ." In this he ad vocated c i:msid- ~ Scott m Antarc~1ca, wh1c~ w as given 1m~romtu. T.biese exp ei·ii,ncea were I er.m g t he liberal c ourse of two ye aro T ry Us Out '!hursd ay m?rmng . I part1cular~y en- 1 q11u:t.e perso.nal in the life of th e au-\ instead of r y·ear cours es. H e Joyed Dr. 'I aylor, because of .his re- thor, and he.Id our atte nt ion. The ' mentioned th e need of r eo:rg anization ~ • ,· •

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m et the tests of great attractions. ers..:_t,heir colorfu l appearance on the kicked over the . h ne, and after a ...,ams see-sawe ac an or wi• thrust at the Peru lin~ they kicked til the Blue and White machines ' Bri tain's G r eatest M ale E nsemble Has !Artistically fin e, posi;essing p erso.nali- platform? All that. makes them look to R ailsback on t he 45 yard line. On star.t ed functioning pe.rfeet.Iy and Become An American Sensation ty and great he~-t appeal, their to.~ r fine. but t h at is not the answeJ'. the next play Vosberg sneaked off drove to the Eagle 1 foot line when w as booked easily a nd·. ~st. T heir The big thing tihat makes t hem tackle for 25 yards to place .t he ba.ll t.he half ended. N ews that the f amous W elcb1"Im' .different is t heir great leader and 1o.n .t he 20 .y ard liin·e. The Brock tackThe thlird quarter was almost a perial Singers of N orth w .ales w ill co.n<luctor, R. F estyn Davies, wh o Jes then smeru·ed the Peru backs for repetition of the first, wit.hi Minnick sing . here an · p eru a t th.e c o11ege ~ seems t o h ave all the attributes of a a ten yard loss but all in vain. A ru.nning the Pel'lu end for substantial · Sousa, a Stock a.nd a Wbitemen. He pass from Railsback to Velvick neta u di.t ori.um, .Mo.n.d ay evenin g, Novemh Miller, Chad.ron tackle, b.roke through ·1 is a master conductor and makes his ted a no.t er touchdown for P.er.u. Th.e the Bobcat !line to spill true P eru ber 23, will .be of grea.t ~nterest to ap '"' singe.r s liter.ally th.rill any aiudience. kick was again wide and P eru le<l m u sic lovers and to ali Per1uvians. He h as d<iine splendid work in weld- 12 to 0. bac ks for several costy losses. They are •o n t heir first t our in t he i.ng t hem into a compact group as Pe.ziu lticked to Brock as the secThe foU:rth period was all P-eru. we.II. as a collect ion of individual arond qmarter opened and the latte.I' last 1'he Peru offense dr:ove the ball we!J United S tates w hic h began th~ tists. Eaeth1 man is .under the com- .opened u.p wi.tiht passes and spinner into Chad.ron territor.y and a p.ass, w.e.ek fo September. pl.ete -cont1 .~ of the. l-;!adel' at all pLay.s to adv.ance the bal.I .t o the Peru Hatcher to Cowe.11, c1imax.ed the Thie Welch Imp-erial Singers are t;imes and each n·o te comes in at just 15 yard line. They drew a 5 yard drive with the first &beat score. The diffe.rent. t he rig.h t place. Mr. D.avies has a penalty but on the next play Bue.y try for pofot w as unsuccessfu.l. unjque and effective style of leading, slipped off-tackle for 20 yi! rds and a, these fro m Much was expecte d In t,b:e saJDe period, Homer Hatcher, and he. annou nces each item of th.e tou·chdown. w.or ld Tenown ed singers because of progr am and d oes it with a kee.n That enided the Broc k compaign fo r inte.rce:pted a pass and raced fifty their great successes in .E h gl a na , Scot~.e.nse of humor, al ways drawing sev- the remainder of the game, for in yal\cls for the second touchd·o wn. er al laughs from tihe audience by l)is the same period the· prepsters took Peru kic ked to Chadr-0n and a few land, W al:es and Can ada. T.he.y h ad witty remarks: tible ball o.n .their own 42 y.ard line moments later, Sa uitter duplicated the scored a big tri1Umph at Aeolian Hall -Their so. n g is stiurdy, honest, virile, and .hammered the Brock forwa rd in London. T h ey gave H. R. H . Th e previ.ous fea.t by .intercepting another i and of first class quality. T.hey go walJ the full distance for Peru's third Eagle pass and r.aci.rrg 30 yards fo.r D u:ke of Yor k ·a "WDnde.rful p ar ty'' at in for singing .as s ueih, wi.th not at- score; Vosberg g oing ove.r for th.e the thiird and final Peru counte.r. their r oyal appearance i n Lo.nd on. ~ tempts to be a1 h.u ma.n orche_stra, to coiu.nter. R ailsback kicked for the The victor.y plac·ed Peru i n a tie .'Siir Dan Godfry, Engl and's great mu , imitate a· pipe organ, or do an y of (Continued Oin Pag e Four) with Kearney for second position i.n sicai genius, called ,them the ·finest . : t he queer things t hat some modern the N. I. A. A. standings. combi.natio.n of male voices. Lio.y d I I chor.uses Lik-e to go in for. They are EX-R ABBI F R OM R U.SSIA WILL George lauded them w ith enthusiasm. good at projecting English, and just TALK T O STUDENTS NOV. 23 American co.ncert lovers were eager as good at. Welsh . W. A. A. TAKES IN TWENTYRabbi Joseph Goldmann of New A.n.d w h at a mar velous repertoireFliVE NEW MEMBERS to hear t hem. T;heir fi r st American t o ur is now more thia.n a hundred g.reat songs. A Y-01·k City will' be a g uest on the m usical h istory. Their first Ch icago two hou r concert seems like thirty college campus Mon.clay, November 'Back to g rade school days of black concert at the new Civic Theatre won mi.nutes. 23. At convocation he will speak o.n cotton stoekings and shining faces, th.em immediate praise from the crit The Welsh Imperial Singers are t h e conditions within Russia. His presence o.n t he campus is sponsored no cosmetics was t.he o.rder, went · ics. M'a.ny import ant appea ran ces fo ld.ifferen.t--the:Y are truJ.y great. j ointly by the Y. W. C. A. and Y. A A members. lowed from . coast tocoast . Music Again, d on't forget that this worLd W twenty-five .new · · · · love~s e veryw.here acclaimed them as famoius O!l'ganization is scheduled to M . C. A. On Su.nday evening, NoHair w or.n parted in the middle w as ·t he greatest male en semble . Festyn navies. appear he.re Monday, November ' 23 vember 22, he will deliver an address discovereid to be vastly becoming to But wlµr are the W elch Imperial r etu rn d a.te record .is asto1mdi.ng_ But ain<l yo u ' may see and !hear them by to the Per.u community and the Colever y type. · Carrying in• th.ei.r hand Singers different ? - .><>mething else makes them different. simply .using yo u r ·budget ticket or lege students at a union service to be en ~gg the condition of which the I The W elch Imperial Sin gers h ave Is it their .red coats and buff trous- bringing· one dollar. held i.n t he M ethod:is1l C·h!Ua·ch., sponsored by the .Epworth League.. Rabbi GoJdman.n was for 25 ye.a r s CALEND AR in a Russia.n Jewish chu.rch. Dur ing bow were .the g reetUlgS whic Tuesday, .Nov<•mh<!1" 11 that long service he saw th,e Jews comembers de,ma.n.ded of those ~at.less erced, humiliated, abused and: sLaughmaidens wno could have Jll) dates. n 9:50 W . 1~ . A. a.n d 'P' clu b te.r.ed . His -OWJ'il wife. and six child. ·t· ti<>nS come t o a11 e nd a nd Wed neday, Novemhn 18 All 1m ia · h Hears r-en were killed during the czarist Honorary English Fraternity. W. A. A.'s finished w ith. a tl..:4ns . "Children of the Moon" by :Martin 7:00 Y. w.. . Y. M. - C. C. A. d.ays. Inte resting Talks. both ol.d and nc-w, Jon· FJav1·n To Be Presented Thursday, Novc:n!lf'r 1? .All members, . . t Adams' I Goldmann came t:o the United ned their togs for a p1ci1ic a · 7:00 Freshm:rn clu >ll Friday, Novemher 20 Sigma Tau Delta frate·r nity held a States about 15 year s ago, was m~t" ~­ Martin Flavin's p lay, "Children of farm. discovered in 8:.00 Kearne.v, here very interesting me.e ting, M'o.nday alized and then embraced Chri.<;,!( anity. Such talen.t as was each en- t:h:e Moo.n," p'o pular Litt!'~ Theatres Sterling H. S., u1 ~ re evening, N o.v ember 9. The progr.am A year or so ag o .he retuyiied to Rusthe new members as they . '. d a a-nd colleges for several years, has c:r 01 t"E:1..I ..; Monday, Novc"l'ocr 23 centered abo.ut t he art of C!'eative sia to . obtain prop~fty previously acted fO'lle stunt, s an., . ernark- been chosen for bhe b.udgell play to with.held hut waf."U.nsucce.ssfuL "I am 7:00 Kappa Omic ro n Phi wr.iting. nutt>e·ry r h yme, w as quite r be presented ~riday, December 4. 0th" ~ the Stalin g.overnme.nt 7:00 Schofarship club . Miss Maria n Mars h gave a very in- positive .l _,,.,.M artin Flavin, tradesman, took able. . kleS do.ugh8:00 Welch Imperial Singers teresting talk on the s;ubje.ct of thie wt! no~ las.I;" says ex-Rabbi Goldout' to write, 'Children off the After weinies, buns. pie . t, e mpty 't' (Budget evcut ) short-stor.y . She s.t ated t hat t he wrge ma , Hi's fde.nds, d elighted with nil.ts and coffee filled .tha d If Mune .oon. 7:00 Crawd~.ds to write is one of the most prev.al e.n.'~ /' 'f.hie .t wo addresses to be given in . ere i.n or e r. space, co.nf.essions w . . h best .this first success, )Vaited patiently for Tuesday, November '.H ambitions of marukind. For h~ •mit- Peru are e.ntirely different, and hobh you doubt .that '.honesty is . tlse who the second productio.n.. Fnally, .the~ 9:50 Freshman Council ing the writer must choose 8'ome one will he of great inter.e st. For those . p P oJicy • ask some of the gir r e war.ded · with 'Five Star Fmal, 7:00 Biology Movie , type of literatu re such a~"the n.ovel, interested t h ere will probably be ar' ,.,. der Failure 51m • were New Yo.rk stage sensation that has failed to follow or ~e softest chair 8 :00 Pi Gamma F.<J.u bh'e play, or t h e shori.story. ranged a round t able disciussi.on dura I'll~ jnto picture. We ar.e indeed ly meant you. sou g ht h ' full beep P 8:00 Pi Omega Pi The short-st cy field is one which/I ing the 3:30 p eriod Mo nday after. · d f t:~d. Now t ey re you co uld tu 1 • • u ntil they fortu.nate in .being promise one o (Co~iRu-ed O.n Page Four) .noon. (Continued O.n Page Four) '- - - - - - - - -- -- - - fled ed members w a'ltrng . too gcan enjoy initia:t;i.on.

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do y ou th.ink ? TRAV E L C LUB MiEE TS ~ The Trav el d u b met in Miss H arBUSI NESS MEE T ING Y. M. C. A. ART PROGRAM 1 4 Manon E. Wla r.ner of Madison . _ _ _ There is happiness a nd .a f e eli ng <'f ve y's .offic e,, 219 in t he trainers build1930--Kathry n E ui.n.i n g of Nebr.aska T' " p D. . I b. b s a tisf.a ct io.n in makn<r somethi no- a nd ing , Thursday. No vember 12. a t seven D am mas t -0 f Nb · 1enu 1am atic c. u. mem ers ,, ·ti t t ,., C1·t y, Ph yJ',. L~S e r as k a . d t b o'ciJock. Six members w e re p resent. -""'"-~~""'"_"">_"">.._ Oity, Margaret J e nki ns Vance .o are all th n Ll.ed over t he idea su;gges- o.1n.e h n thee.. n oTh . e nn a1 s o nccom- Miss Har vey gav e suggestio ns as to . h M . J ted last Tuesday m o r>ni ng b y Prof.. P JS is . •lS · f o r m of creati\'e F J.rt , m L. 0 vertu . g the tak m . g .o f the wo rk, t h at of art, was incl uded in t he p.rogram for the y e ar. Millice nt wo d p .arv Ii f rf Ar of hElm N abors c.oncer.run o , ·au ne y 1e o / apa oe,. e)1t1r. . e group to t he Comm umty . Play t h e y - W . C. A . prog...-a m Wednesd ay Orme ·and D orot hy Nav iau x w e r e apI n .lookin g ove.r the. alumni reg ister F r an k E . K e r ner of T e.c umse h Mil pointed as a com m it tee t.o plan t.he book an i.nter.e st in g .notation of t he dre.d Sp~· ag ue of P apillion, B:atrice House at Oma.h a, ? r to t he University ev~nn g . . first semester's meet ings . Theresa Cl ar k, •50.ph omo r e cc1un d lor form er stu.de nts of Peru who attend- Stof t o.f P apillio n, M rs. Albe rt Bell of Play. H ouse at _Lmcol.n'. t o see . sOllTle T F R· "'-k f Dill comrng pro.duct10ns wbJc h sound p a r- of t he Artcraft c lu b, expl a ined the ed hefore 1920 was m a.de. T he foJl-0w - P api.11ion . ~ . . oeiu asse .o· er, . . . ing fait hf ul P er uv ans wh o were st u- Corine F r.ye of Omah a, Helen Holli· c.ul arly mterest'l ~ g. Nee~les~ . t o ' nfl ue nce .o f I talia.n P oly ch rome furd ents before 1820 were :he.re fo r t he way of Nebraska City, Marie Bos- s ay, .the . gr~up is ~nthius1ast1cally 1-it ure on m o dern ur t . T h e It alia n .-~~~<:;:::..~-<:::>~ . homecomin g: worth of Nebr ask a c ·t R W T . _ co un ting on t•hie ex curs1-0 n, a.nd pray- clay which .i s .us ed is some w h a t simi 1880 J . D. Graves of Penu. holm .of Gozad , L.· ing t hat they wo n' t h a ve to walk. .J ar t o tha t 1use.d i n the fres c o work Ti 1897- l va .C. J ewell of Nemah a. of N emah a. L aura Smurt;z o f P awnee ::rof esor N a.hor s a,nno un ced the op.- 3.nd decor a t i.o.n of chu r ches, c offins, 1 1904--Mlrs. R . R. ·B.Iankens.hi p .of Ci t y, ,Mar y Alice En gles of Au.b urn, e.mng o.f his sp ecial m ake-up class fo r wa lJs, a nd pi ctu res o f Italy. T his work A special o n B.e ads- Helen M. Ku cera of S1utto n, Mar ga ret a ny m ember w h o is inte~ested in with t'Jte ..clay emb od i es both the ~ ~ Brock. Cain of Oma.ha, M rs. Wilbur Schind- make-up. (Other th~n he.r ow n, of >Culptur e and p aintin g e leme n ts. It Cry s tals - E'12arts· - Blac ks - C ol1914--H. H. J:Iu m ph.reys and Mrs. le1· of Diaer, L ucy Anders.o,n of Jul- I course.) · . 's n ow IUSed o.n lette r b askets, pi c tures o r s. Easily w orth $ 2 •56 • L aV:e.rne Humphreys of Wisner.. ian, L ore ne No r to n of Brock, Glenn a The r:g ul ar. socia ~ ,hour of ti~ Per.u 'amps, boxes, and e ven " Pe.pp.er" the Ii OUR P rice $ 1.00 Two for $1.75 1915- Ruth Hastie of Au.burn. Goss of R and.o~h, Iowa, Kath ry.n Dram at. ic cJiub c·o me_s Thursday, No-I p.laptic d og is a :p roduct of this trend. V 1918- 0scar A. Oakes of 1S'alem and Hepp.e rlern ·of Be atrice. vembe1 1.9. The g roup of comedy Pict ures, lamps, des k sets a n d var- ~ Ramo na O•akes of Salem . Those· of ou r l ast year's class who IP l.a ys w h·:1c h h ave ·b een sel·ected for ious other pieces which iUu,strated Those. who were students from 1920 we.re h ere ar e: Geor g ia J orn of Ver- p1.ese~t~tion ~nd stu.dy are: A. A. this art w ere shOJWn. 'J;'he Art Craft I~ to 1925 inclius ive a re os follows: .do n, Ge.ra l:di ne Russell of Filley, M1l~ie ~ M an 1.n the Bowler Hat;,' 'The r-0om is i n .Mt. Ve rno n h all and any 1920--Alma .M. Lemke of Nebraska Gl adys Majors of Wymo r.e, Mar g ie ~e.ctor. ,by R ac h el Crothers, and . g irJ des.iring to mak e some piece of (Where you r money buys m o re) City. L aw1·ence of B ro wn ville, E lmer He r- Spark!n, .by E. P. Conkle, a for mer i work needs onlry t o buy h er mat(e.rials ·192.1- E. Margru,et Gilliland .of S ew- tel of Hebro.n, D.or o thy Br enner of Peruvia·n: Tlhiese plays prom.is e well ·-~.c:::::::,.._~~~ a rd, Fr.a.ncis Gilliland Menifee of Fal~.s City, Blan ch Zajecek of Bro ck, to ma ke it .ha.rd o.n the· weeping m asks D unbar. E lle n N or a Meising er of Plattsmout h a round the wall who must watch ! ="-=-....~=~'°"~ E w G . ' them .and not smile • ' ·-...c=>-'-=:>-"il~==-11...c=>"'.,<=:>-"ll~~ 1922-Frances MJ. Kn:ight of F aUs :a · ro ver o.f WJbur , Hannah' ' TAXI and TRANSFER SERVICE Cit y. Gilmore of Strang, E arl Huorst of W.yOut-of-town Trips o f Groups "" """' m B G thi f CONVOCATION .aequ....,~ 1924 Helyn Huan ber t G.i lkeso.n of I ore, en l ' OO ·us 0 Br dy, Fer.n Omah a, and Ella. 'Teic:h! R iley of Ce.n- ·1 Du n n of F alls City, June Br icke ll of Convocation F r.iday was in ch arge tral ci ty. Verdo n, Harold W . J OJhnso.n o.f Hum- of t he Kapp a Delta pj fr ater.nity. ~d hol<lt, R ollie Ri ggins of Shu.bert, Myr- Miss V:itgini a McNea~ t old us ·a little Hallenbec k's GaTage Phone 67 . 1935- F ern W ·a re OL,, 0 m a h a an d E - tle R 1s . do.n of ·St r ah an, Iowa F'r ances 0 f th h1s . t ory a.nd t he aims of t he · -~-~~-~-.c". . . · e ~- ~-~ <:::::>-~-"""-~-~-~ wa rd MeteJovs.k y of Mtll'iga n. Gamble of She n a ndoah , Io.:..a, Sadie organization. This i s a, nati on al ed- ~~~~~~=====~=~===================~~ Those who were in sc,h ool during Lindsay of U.nio:n, Nella Bair d of u cation al fr at e rni ty . ""~·=~~=-~..c::;::>""l~=>1~=>"'.,<=:~~==~..c::=>"'._.=,..~-, t he .years of 1926 and t hr.ough 1930 Th ur man, Iowa , Myrt le Mefi:han b of Miss Rut h Shelley , wh o left Sat- ~ ~ are as follows : Thurman, Iowa, D. w. M'cSwa n -Of urd a.y fo r Chi ca.go t o par t icip at e i.n 1926- .A. R. MaJors of Od'e ll, Mar- Syr ac use, Lpre.ne Ku e.nni.ng of Syra- t he N atdonaJ Atwate1· Kent co.n t est g aret E. y h ase of Omah a. cuse, An ne Seigre of Gle n wood, Iowa, s ang. 'My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice' 1927- HaroLd P e.t erson of Bellevue, F Lo.yd. Ch ase of Cook, L ouiise Slhe ld'On from 'Samson an.cl D elil ah,' b.y Saint f.' V. T-0bler of Fa ir bury. Ar t Graviss of Da wson, Ab bJe Irene Cl ary of Saems. She was accomp anied · by r • • o:f 'f~_c umseh, Hele.n B.loo.dgood of Bartlet t, Iowa, Edna Schie,efer of Miss Marg·o rie Arn . . ~~~~~-~-a-<:::::....-..c:;::::,.._::::::,.._...:::;;:>'41_<:::::._.,::::-..: Beat ric e. H1Um bold t, Frances Ros;h olm of FolJ.owing t h.is, Mr. J . J.i mm erso.n 192.8-0lll}.~g~ate of F alls .Ci t y, E d- Omah a.. of .AJUburn gav.e a s h ort talk . . Mr. ~-c;:::,-.,:::~-..;;;::,,.._.:;::,...-,..:;;;:><m_.~-..c:::::::...-~--~:~::~::;:::: na E. Ruy1e .of ~atrice, .Carence R. . These were t he names re.giste red ·J i m merso n is s uipe,r i.nt engept of th~ ~Q J . P . CLARK J ones of F alls .City, J :;h_a nn a Zable ofj in th e al umni boo k, b ut it is not an Aub u r n schools. ' ·A ub urn. Bart L. Vance o· ~ :irth, M'el- acc u.rate ldst, be ca use s.o many fo lks We try to g ive our customers more t h an they expect. va. Me.ie.r of Baw nee City, E tMi-:Coat- w,h o were o n t h e camp us f or homeMISS ALBERG TALKS AT Y. M. .ne.y of Meadow Grove, C. D. R hoaaes comi.n g failed to register. Tlhk! Y. M. C. A. was entertained of Staplehurst, Beula.h Gaylor.d of · l ast Wednesday nig,h t b.y Miss Al- ~ Bartle t t, Iowa, E dith Bath of Bro w.nHILOS HOLD MEETI NG berg , w ho gave a ve ry interesti ng '"'=~--=::::,..-..o:;::::.-41_.<:::::,_11<:::::..t-~ ville. P.hilos held t he ir reg ul ar meeting t alk on 'qu ackery.' . 1929 Marg uerite G.raves of Sterl- N ovember 12 .a t 8:00 p . m, fo the high The Y. M. C. A, boy& are now lo'Ok111 g, W ayne. D. 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I "M!y Best Thanksgiving,'' by Rest- something radically wrong with us. 9: 45 a . m. Chiurcih1 School. T CHURC IOur f.ears included everything that CHRIS IAN H ter McCoy. 11 :00 a. m. Mor.n.ing worship; serSund ay November 22. I Th k . . d b L I0:-on, "The Power of Gratitiude." M'U- Sunday' School 9:4b. ' Colle ge class D ' .an sg1vmg poems rea y eota Iwe could trunk of,, from r ents in our ' SI.c by the choir. , will h.ave ch arge of the ch.ureh serav1s. clothi.n g to the wearing of unmatched j 4· 00 p m J·u.niior choh and home Benedictio.n SJun g b.y Coleta Crink. h h hal vice. · Ihose · S o wit as muc none ance s tu.dy class. Th.is c.hoir is under the Invocation sun g by Coleata Crink. Professur Norwood is the teacher d t t .· d 'nspect lows:

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senting J oseph Golmann, a forme r J . f l Lj lfl u~ Rabbi of t he J ew.i.sbJ faith, who wilJl speak on t he subje.c t., " Jesus the Jew." You will hear m uch about Russia and . ~y ~ . I • ·. on Saturdays. could not better h ave resembled two its commu.nistic go v ernment. There is no charge to. get t o hear this, just str.uttin g peacocks. E. J. a free will offering wil) be .t aken at Leo Jfauptman STRUTTING PEACOCKS the close of tlhe service to pay M'r. Dorothy and I had decided to go i Goldman.n's expenses. here and refor a stroJl in the direction of Cheas- 1 KODAK CLUB t urn t o Oma.ha. T is is a story of found.er of Peru college, and ihis The Philomathean .Lite.rary Society man park. Since dt was such a balmy 1 h truth you s ould n-0t miss. The Bishbrother Wilso.n E. Majors, first d ay we thought we would extend our , Tih;e Kodak club held their regu;l.ar ""S of the M. "(;'! churoh as w.e ll as has a heritage ric.h in traditions and f h b C R G t - ,~ president o t e c:1u . . ay ~. es, stroll :to and thr-0ugh the park. j meeting in t he science h ~U. . . leaders in .t he other denominations 1.o.ng estab.lished customs for i,t is the su.perintenden.t at Gran.cl Island and W. e had g.one n-0t more th.an a The evening was spent . m d1scussmn are r ecommending this good man to 1 oldest student orga ni;zation o.n our president of the State Teachers bJ.ock when we noticed that nearly .of kodaks. the c·o mmumities. c ollege campius and more to be pr.cud Association; M. C. Lefler, superint.enevery person we met l'Ooked at 111s, A:t th'e next...meeting the clu.b. m.emof it is the oldest student or-gan- dent of the .Linc-0ln scho.ols; J. W. bhen smiled and directed some other hers are going to make Christmas BAPTIST CHURCH ization in the state -0f Neoraska. 1 Crabtree, president of this co.Ue.ge person's attentio.n :toward us. Not cards. D. S. Coad, Minister Philo is as-old as Peru college, i.t is . fr.om 1904-1910 n-0w connected wi.th se.e ing anything funny abo.ut ourAnyone interested in this work is Grat itude expressed i$ never wast- as old as the state of Nebraska, for , bhe N. E. A. ; E. L. Rouse, ·another of se.lves, we merely walked on with as cor.d iall.y invited to attend. ed, but Jjke the. .blush .of a rose; it all were started the same year. Peru's pr.esidents from 1918-1921; V. stimulates t houghts that are .divine. The Philomathean L;iterary . Society E. Chatlain, rece.ntly promoted to The c.horus cb o.ir unde.r the. d:irec- was .organized in 1867 b.y Dr. J.M. go ve.rnment work; a.nd many mem- ~..c;;:,,.-~~~-<::>-<::::>-<0~-<::>-< tion of R aJph Chat.elain and Ben- McKenzie, first president of Peru hers -0f the present facu.It:y~ including · jam in Bur ke is no;w a rea lity . Norm.a·] , as it was called then. Dean De:lzeH who h as a lways been ~ I If you ihlave n ot as ye.t fo.u.nd a T.he late WilsOJl E. Majo rs was the d eeply interested in· Philo . He helped Inlffill1Il ~ chu rch hom-e i n Per u, and have not first president. In that year there 1 select an.d lay the Ph~l~mat.h~an st?ne ll were twen t y memb.ers. Three y.ears in fron t of the .adm1mstrati.on b1111ld- V ll later in 1870, the society became ing m arki n g .the spot where the VI -~-~~~- <::> -<::>- incorporated. first Peru commencement ex.e rcises ~ ~ A lett.e.r written May 25, 1870 were held j n 1870 when a class of ~ J. E. F ORSY TH, Hardware rea.ds as fo.llows: two g r ad mated. ~ "At a special meeting of a majority Historic Landmark.s . ~ P l umbing, Heating, and of the members of the P.hil-0mathean A committee,. was appomted AprJ'l,. 0 0 Society held for th.e purp.ose of 14, 1911, .t o mark that site and E lectrical Work ch.oooin.g a board of trusteea, on William Delzell w as a memb.er. v

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The reThe tea was made in real Sou t h 1 tlrnt t here are t h r.ee ways to write ogy., abo ut t he ch a racters in h er ·h10 me mainder ..of the meeting was given American style, being flavored witl a story.; one. which. makes the p.lot 1to.w n. the thing and subo.r.dinates the char- " "Su gg: stions On Writing Poetry," -0ver to th.e business •o f the organi- peppermint and served to the guests, who were seated on the fi.onr, in real acters, .ano.ther the story of mo~d ·o r was the s ubject of Miss C~ark's. talk. zation. g-0ur.ds with a banan a, rusks, a nd atmosphere, and third .t he story ,i n In her report on the Wr iter's Guild which the characte rs are the para- he stated that Mrs. Radke of TeW.ednesday the fuurth grade pre- Brazil ruuts. 1cumseh newly elected pres ident · m . an This was a no¥e.'l idea ·a nd need1 Led • "A T np m01Unt interest. of se.nt ed a P-1ay en t't ' + less · to say enjoyed by all pr.esent. Miss Marsh prefers the Latter type 11 th.e Write. r 's Guild, is a forme.r mem- Airshdp S ,' " the w h 0 Je cl ass +~ki ""' ng par"' a n.cl she believes that character should ber .of Sigma Ta u Delta Fraternity eve:a;l poems we.re also r.ead. be de.picted .i,n four <lifferen.t ways· !here at PePu. Miss Clark als'O met ThtS program was presented with CH;RISTMAS BUDGET PLAY t hru what the CJhiaracte.rs do, thl'u' I Cora Phoebe Mu.I.let, author of' theTht.hi 1·d • gr ad e as guests. PROMISES GOOD AC T ING what they say, thru what they do not I "Needles of Cedar.'' a book of Lne thn:d grade has been working ~-<:::::.-~ do, ithru what they do no.t say. The dian Legends. on an Indian pr-0ject for abo.ut three (Continued Fr.om Page One) SERVICE WITH A SMILE style .o f the short-story should be I.n wJ·iting poetry Miss ·Cla rk states we;~\ th ibds plays for the December budget terse •a.n.d to the poi.nt wasting no th at there a re no set rules but that ~rs ey read all the material production. RIGHT - A· WAY , · an unwords. we must try to express 01ru· • selves avatlable on Indians · · O.n Thurs·d ay 'Children of the Moon)' is SHOE Miss Abberg, ·who atte.nded the with the best that we have. The they gave a p1ay entitled ''Hia · w a th a " usual problem pllay -0f a serio.us ·naM.C.MEDLEY . . . . . . b ased on the poem of t;ihe same t•:tl h Wnter's Guild meetmg at Omah a tol.d U.mted Stat es n eeds more Oh1r1stian Th t f h t -e. tu.re, r ather tha.n a fantasy as t e . . . . . . e cas .o c aracters were· . · ~~~ of Bess Stre;ete1' Aldr'.ch's talk .on the . '.deahsm m m o d ~ rn wntrng.' l.n clos- Hi awatha .:. __________ Arth · .n~m~ might su ggest. The scene is novel. Lnc1dentJy Miss Alberg men- mg she .urged .not .t o be <lIBc-0 uraged Nokomis ·· L · _ur H-0Jch la1d m t he lovely home <>f Judge Athtioned that _Mrs . A~dr:ich is one of if first efforts failed l~ut to try again. 1lagoo ---~~~~~~~~~&w:.~1 eW~;rs-0n I erto.n, lo cated on a r.ocky. sea-swept those rare mdividu a.ls who J.ook like . She quoted Ho1~ace's 'Back to the An- ! The rest o:" th hild . man / coast. . ~~-~ . . t ures. I.n M rs. Ald nc . h's vu·1 w·1t h ver ses u n f orme d,, Th JS ' is . II dian b raves ILa nd ep c· re.n we re InTh e play was cast from a gro:up of th e1r pie ·· . . . nncesses. · talk sh_e. s!llld that the;re is no set rule a .t hough: very app1cable t.o the work 1 The play ·was presented be.fore the , forty aspiring candidates. .Being a KING'S BA R BER SHOP ~-Or wnti.ng. She writes for he r ow.n .o f struggmg amate urs. . : fourth gr·a<le. Mrs. Patterso.n and i budget play, the tr.y.outs were open Your Patronage _rleals, ~o.t _for t he pu1bl!ic or for crit- . The whole pro~ram was st1mulat- i Mrs. Larson were giu.ests. to 'the entire stude,nt body. Th.e cast App reciated ics. Cnt1c1s m does not affec_t. ~er rn g and e nc·0i~ r agrng. Mem~e.i·s w~re 1 Miss McCoHum, aided by three of has P_ut in some g'Ood work, and the m~ch fol · she caJls ad_v:1:se cri.t1c1sm u.1rge<l to beg m _w ork on tlh:eu Chn~t- her stu.de.n.u teachers, Lovisa AJh.e rt, Pl1ay ·is_ already well-advanced. Below Loyal Pharmacy ac.1<l and fav0rab.le cnt1c1sm ~lkaline mas p-0em~, which they are to _wnte The.Ima Ludlow, and Wilma Jacka, Special lig hting equipment is bein a,nd .declares that they n eutralize. each for next Sigma Tau Delta meetm·g·. gave a Hallow.e'e.n party for t h ord·e red fo r t he play and g ~ - ~- -" th Ml A · · e , sev era 1 new - - - ~ o er. rs. ld1ch is ~- model .of :... mothers of tl~ kindergarte.n kidd' ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ p erseverance as she w rote d u.rin g th.e TENNIS CLUB OFFICERS WERE at her home last Monday eveni:: _ first fiv·e years of her .t we.nty -years ELECTED MONDAY AT CHAPEL October 26. of _';riting experience without .re- _ The house was beautifully decoratce1vmg much success or1 enc-0urag.eTenn'is c1ub officers who were elec- ed with autumn leaves of all colors. TEA ROLLS 5c a nd lOc ALL PICNIC ·MEA.TS ment. 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BOB'CATS ·WIN I FROM ANTELOPES

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pies .disguised under whipped cr e am, It.he Dramatic c]ub ref,t t he lJittle ' Theatre a nd the narrow winding staircase, a~1,eei,n g t hat if the De.cember fa ntasies are as enjoya ble as t he November comedies, they m ust n-0t be miss.ed .

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KAPP A D ELTA P l Kappa Delta Pi he.Id fts regular meeti.ng Mond ay, N ovember 16. The frate rnity de cide d to send its preside nt, Virg inia McN e.a l., to . the Kappa / Delta Pi co.n vent ion at Washfogt on, D. C ., to b:e heLd i.n Februar.y . . Alt h-0ug h M'iss Ruddy · f.nsisted that heir prog r am al.ways comes in pie.c e by p iece, and ldso at t he las t miruute; we e njoyed t.he r eports of t he fac UJlty

A gi:oup o.f 120 fat;.he·r s a nd sons seated themselves at Uh~ tables a nd began s.i.ng i.ng hi.lari-0usily. All the whHe t he voices were b uirsting f orth, t he old time t unes, t hei w ait resses were passing to and fr9, se.rving t he t ables w ith a b ountiful meal . After t he meail Forrest Cor.n, president of the Y•. M. C . A., gave a short concernin g t he Sflate Teachers ' Cont alk o.n "Fe.How.ship." ventio.n a nd the review of. 1t-romlnent T his w as fo.IUowe d by a v ery i n- cur rent. !X1uc ationaJ .. ev;~\i Mi s.s te.resting t alk b.y S1Upe rintenden t J. A. De.Izell. / Jimmerson o:( Au burn . H•ls t.aJk ~.as Refreshments consisting of pumpf eatured by seve r al 'tall' storfos wh1c,h k ' ./ ._., . h ..•L· d fill ed t.he room w it h .la ug h ter. wu1ap.pe cream, 1 m .Pie .t opp;.,., w it Mr. Jimme rs o.n's .address was . ..e.andy, c or.n,, and coffee wer:ei s erved. me~age of goo<lf~ow.ship on . ·t h.e that t h e coffee w as enjo.yed was evip art of the f at her to .the so.n a nd vice de.nt from t he chorus of. "Drink It versa. 'After the address, t he g rou p Down" coming from the ma in table, sang 'Blest Be t.h~ Tie ,,' a.nd then at wh ich were seated .the officers -0f we re Jed in t he be.nedictfo n by· Rev. Dumton of t he Christian church of K app.a De lt a Pi a.nd some of t he most prominent me mber s. P e·r u.

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Entered at the Postoffice of Peru, Nebraska, as second class matter. $1.00 Ford of the latest type, was. The nrst g rade h as book- and ,the Girl -Of fo ri:ne r Up to do 100 mHes an hour on the lets this w eek wthtich they are t a ki n,g years a re to be. guests of the occ asion . p·k' eak · · straigtaw ay a nd zoom up I es p I home to their parents. the Year--5c single copy. ··n hig h. The officers commandeered j These. bo.oklets contain or igin a l ~he machine a.nd its co.n.tents and a_re I.drawings a nd pictures of ia.11 k inds . HIG H SCH O OL BOYS ORGANIZE " ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ~ow on t h e trail of s ome bank b an.<;l~s. T.h ey .a re m ade durin ~ t he r eading Editor who .heift it nea r the river for -re1aso s ewiod. MERNA BROWNSON ----~-- --------------------------;--:--:--~ana er unknown. : . p . Thi'n.gs of 'this sort are re a ll y w orth. T.he h ig h sc ho ol boys have rec.e.ntly VIRGINIA McNEAL -------------------------- - ----usme s g Th · b 11··ef, is the story that has · n' s Atblet1 . at , m · , . wh '.I!.l e f or .s:eia t wor k becaus e . th e org anized 1'h e Bob kitt.e · 'c . STAFF ASSOCIATES · . be~n g oing the rounds, but heres 1-0illilcl has . something of hi~ .qwn to . Associ a11i.o.n. T he fo llowi ng officers II

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Social, Hig,h School Notes what !'ellilly ihlappened. .. · show for his efforts. w ere elected: ---------------------------· What Really Happened · I . i A r crue Vosbe r g , president CAROLINE CALDER ------- -- , ------- - -- - -- -; -·----- - ---- ~umni, Jokes The chief a nd . Officer Terry weire•I Is it too early .t o begin to thli nk H oward Rhodus, vjce-president ALLISON CLINEBURG -.- --·:-·- - ---------------------- Athletics, Everetts d1,iving· in, W·est Beat.r'ic.e whe.n they Iab-Out Christmas? it might be t oo H arold Stolltz, s ecr e t ary and txeaAil,tEEN COX --------------- - --------------- Y. W. - C. C. A. - W. A. A. s aw a new Ford p a,rked near ..the J earily to begi n thinking serious ly, but sure,r-. . stream. As a "safety fir.st" measure ·we want to jus t drop a few hints Mr. P rief e rt is sponsor of the- orHELEN FACKLER ·-----------·- -- - ------.------ - ----- -.--. ---Exchange they stop~.ri a.1·,t ment car I.here' to g«:v. ~ .y.ou a start. s h l N t !"""" their. dep1 • "' g anizat ion, a nd · M r . -M athews, faculW IL MA J ACKA -------- - - - ---------- G iris Clu b , T ramrng c- oo to mv·e st1gate. They " •some c· hild re.n Christmas m eans t advis-0 r . . . . . • o es and got · out. · To K;ATHRY.N ROHRS . . ------------ Mui:;w, Art !· found the apparently abandone~ car · d" and g ood. things to e:at. To Y · . . .. b ~ . b d can y . HEN_RIETTA, McNOWN - - ------------- - ----------------- Class Meetings 1.h.ad been left behind Y some. ~ Y ot hers r:eceivipg g ifts--great p i les of ----FLORENCE MARTIN S . T . who had allso left a purse co ?itaming .. te . usl wrapped in .. ------------------------- - -------- pecJal op1cs \ he gifts all mys no · Y · B ISHOP SHALER T ALK S MARJORIE MENDENHALL --------- --------- - ----------- Frosh Clubs aboutd·$ 9 ~ in! ib. . Ne~r ~ m;:;~ea:.: gay. paper. T.o others, jolly old S ant n · O N CAUSES OF DEPRESSION • i a goo l e.v-0 ve1' a a . , with his r.osy cheeks and s.nowy , IV AN NEWTON --------------------- - ----------- Ph1l-0, Frats, P Cl.uh ;mat.ic. A first aid ~i.t, so~ne s~eate rs beard. While 'to othe.rs it meanis nothBETTY PANCAKE thing·s ·wete also . · --------------------- Co.nvo., Calendar- Awha Erudito and1 other ' - ilywg on •mg at a11~· N ow ..lAJ h ow m any:: d ·oes MARIE s L ' a seat. " he 1 b · f · d We had t he 1µ.n:exp e cted pleasu re CHIND ER ------- - -- -- --------------- - ------- Special Topics It has been k.n.own by Chi"ef Acton :fiul it mean . . . of h" hdt · ?ce· e rat10.z:i o a won ·e r- last M ond ay at e-0.nv ocat 10.n tlDle KENNETH YOUNG -------------------------- - --- - ----- Athletics, Y · M. for a I,ong tima that the · n~otorfous ilBefore irt .ay · hea i·i·ng a s ho r t ta lk by Bishop Shaler anyo.n;e, childr en .especi ruly ,

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I could tell ~methmg .ha~pe 1~s t;ha~ seems to in. .and her student tea·c'h ers are deveJ.op- It rs w a r .o r .t he f.ear of war t hat is by his effo rts to calm .t he frightened d1c11.te s-0methm g:. is w,.rong;. - He.t'1ere- ing a ' real background for the Christ- put ting tJhie: wo rld in such str a its to"I . was· wo.nde.ring fore took possess'ton .o f the. ca-r and · t-0 ·t h Id b t ht J <l.ay E ve n now n ations are preparTm! o.ther .day · girl that he had a heart. as good as its c-0 ntents .for an investig.ati.on. The , mas s ry as ·1 5 0 :1 e au g · n . . · · ". _ order to "develop this backgro.u n d s ue - m g for w ar and o_u1 onJ!y .hope 1$ a bo u,t paths, \ g.o ld, coupQed witb the most ple-as- aut o _b ore . a Nemaha co1mty,, Nebras c ~sf.ully thte en v ir-0.nment should su g - th r oug h s u ch a g en c ies as the World How · some 1 ~n &' .nat ure and a keen setnse . of huk a, hcense. . . 1 g est it. · · Co u r t' a nd the Leag ue .of Nations. Our Are stra ig ht : mor. Fin.ding his efforts to capture . . Lady N~~ods .h, .th h Across o.ne end -0f the k inderg a rte n part m ay seem very ,.smalll and insig And others are Ch 1ef ~cto n got Ln touc w1 · me futile, he picked up his fiddl'e, and t e room BJ.11 . Knapp has buill.t . an ho nest- m·fi caBt b ut, .at "· h : 1.. ""'ast l et us d o our Zigzag. . . I .noticed for tihe first time he was Nemaha county s e1:1ff at Auµurn, ' . . . And I notic·ed . h d t' . . ~ · to· goodness stab.le. It 1s made . o f b est. b u t th e off 1cer a no r.oce1ve.,. any 'In Three P a rts .' . . . . . T)l.at steep Ri g l}it! You cer- repor t s -0 f a s t o1en mac.hn.e . 1n th e la rge pos ts W1th sides made. of ' O.ne gues s only! . . • paper ~==~===========: Paths t ainly couldn't fail to giuess right meant ime- and bef-Ore . bhte sheriff and p amted to represent bo'.1£ds . .The "'>-<::::::.-<::::::.~~~~ Ar.e never st raig ht. h k d the J'icense numb er-the ro of is made of straw a.nd' straw cov~ · this time. And I wondered. €l• d th h B t . ers the· flo or. A t the b a ck o f the sta- fl AFTER T HANK.!!l'GIVING Oh! The Bobcat almost got me that cch~:,, 1 t= earne . rou g a ea r1ce bl . d .. · v Then time! So l!-0.ng ! · See you next week . .youn g worp.an who the 'bandits'. were. e lS a w.o o mange.i:_. . I s aw a p ath · ... · 'h . th p · C "' . I · Another th~ng that c r eates atmosIi Up .the. cliff , : ' -----\ t edy · .eru ho.uegef, ' !)here is a p ajnted city 'v.ith the star We are getti'ng in our Christ. s u en w -0· """ come ere 01 a h . . d . . · . · · · ~ f G F 00 s And i t _ w~ zigzag. Y. W. C. A. VESPER SERVICES b . f .. t Th f . . . N·: Is · mmg o wn up o.n 1t and the sh ep m a s 11ne o I TG D . Som ene v1s1 ._ .iey are erm.nvi;e, ~m- 1 ·d hi . .. . . And as I dimbed Ano.ther of its q111etJ!y ·mipressive r ods a nd r '1 the morning when the 1a.1 s watc .ng from a g r e en hill m thi n g NEW each day. I understood ve sper s.ervices was held by the y W , 1.. _ ·d· d·; · ·d; d ·th. the d.ista.nce. This ·is ·also t he wor k Be gin sele cting y our p resents · · · a U<Jn on e. c Pr was 1scovere · e:y B" · Why. C. A. Wdenesday evening. had d . t th • "th ·th. . of 11:1 Knapp a nd the Manu a l Ac- I ~ no w . Y ou can b u y more t his riven o e river w1 eir t• .. . . A pa th , S ofte.ning lig htt from the fl ames of h t d h d d" t 1v1t1ei; c 1ass. y>ea r than e ve r bef or e at . . . s o g uns an · 1a g.one some is ance . · . ~ !Straight up ' candles ·m th.e wmdo ws made fant asI aw f th . '-' t• f . Just to step mto the room m akes . a y rom e1r car n.un m,g 01 . f Would be t oo 1 all ' h · , · , tic sh adows o.n the wa~ls. Ivorv ta- d k TL·- ·· · .... ; ed t you ee t n!.ly and Ch;rfs tm asy.' Steep pen·s . in l,ow c i-.ndJesticks were piiac.erl thuc s.. d ·"t·"" L u car ':asd r;uul n d o . The . Chi!ldren's l!'o ntribution t o the . , em an ,ney rem atne J.Or a ay or . To climb . .at. e ither e.nd <>f the table to ·f orm a t wo l o.nger as g ues ts a t th e h ome, of work IS to be a wh.ole .flock of w ood- V II . . . Lif.e· center o~ interest. Between ,these a a well kno wn Be atrice 'famil · . · e.n sheep with soft. white wool. They (Wher~ y o u r money b uys more) Is like t hat, smaller candles ca1Ught and reflecte d Oh th 11• · b y . • h are also busy learn'1ng songs for- Ohl Too.. the fl am · T ions· o.n a Nemaihia yes,.car e.was 1cense num er on t e ======~==========·= ·-==~===~===~ =======~~~ . e colio.re d d ecor.a 44-1333. Our· path rare .b,t of Chma. . · Was planned zigzag Music fdllowin.g the same simple , T.hat we, c:::>~c:::>~~~.o:=~~==>~..c:::::>-0....::::::....,...c::::>-~-<=:~~==>~...c:::::>"~-<=:~~ inspiratio.nal theme was played du r- DEBATE. A~ YOU INTERESTED? In our weakness, TAXI and ' TRANSFER SERVICE An intramural contest will he held in g the s·ervicei. "Salut L' Amour" by Might climb . Out-of-town Trip s o f Groups Request next semester: F o.ur deb ate teams Elgar and a se~cted Brahm waltz T-0 the top wt~ be org anized· represe,nting the violin so!los, wer:e pla.y·ed ·by Jan~ Without ,Sny.de1r. ''Search Me, 0' God1," a vo- fo ur classes in orde r to stimulate inFa.lling. cal solo was sung by Ruth Wheeler. terest in d:e1b.a t.e. Hallenbeck's Garage Phone 67 Thank G.od ' 'Like a River Glorious," an.d "Pe:ace . E ach te am will dteba te. three times, ~~--<:::>-~~- <::::::.- <::::::.- -<:::> -~~~~ For the zigzag .J;>erfect Pe.a ce" were vocal due ts The tea r:i. winni.ng the · Ja rgest p_erPath Ruth Whe>eiler and 01.aud'ia L use. ce.n t of its deba t es :will be declared Of life.-~. P. . ~ Catherine B ergman · accomp anied at wi nner. At · the e rid .of this rou.iid- ~ robin aff air,, a·. .de b ate •teai'n will · be. the pian-0. A qu111i.nt F rE>:nch f.olk sto ry, "The seJe ctied .to r epresent the colJeg~. 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A be autif.ul dolll whic1ht she p ar ticip ate! o.n .!l c.l ass or c ollege team ~· ~--;;::;,..-...-:;:::::..--~-a..::::::,.41_..~-t<:::::..-_.~-...-:;::::::,.e-.c::::::..-....~ o_i:_ ~ome\hi.n g like t.hlat. Welll,, you can h ad gl a.nce d. at i.n the shop-windows, a ca.ass in .-?-eb ate 1;h e9r y: a nd tech~ ·~ J. P. CLARK · bet yom' sweet Jif"'} didn't tarry one he g·ave her. T.h r.o u gh one deed th e .nlq ue is . Befog org a ni ~Eld tinder t he super v ie(io.n of .P rofesso r D . J . · N~b-Ors : We t ry t 0 give · . o u r customers more than t hey expect. second i11t sight. I 'dived behind a chHd was mad'el h app y. Tl . 1 u s c .ass m a y be taken with cr e dit, st ack -0f p apers, books: etc,., in one o r as .an extra curri cul ar activity . 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!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ hiours with the Book and its ~~rhe.r and Miss Mason's trip to the LIFE SAVING AWARDS ':1tal m e aning as a guide ~ God 1n g reat lakes last summer. A. T. McCue~ .n ation.al field exechfe. n e xt S u.nday n ight. This seri:es The report was made more inter- utive,- w ho was secured t hr.o ugh- the of n igh t w o rsh ip hours will be pre'esting by the use of Miss Harvey's Nemaha Chap ter of t he Am erican Red sented. Without a ny spectacular epi- ~~ diary of t he trjp and by picture. fold- 11Cross, g ave t h e examiner t ests last so_des and etc . However, the B1ble F acuity sponsor, .M.iss Gr.ac;e, Tear. ers and photogrP.p.hs taken on the .M.o.nday and Tuesday in the Comege ll BAPTIST CHURCH ~J be t aug h t as a guade t o a better trip. T:hle report consisted of the ' pool to t h os:ei wishing to be exam1.nD. s. Coad, Minister jllif.e .a.nd ilbcperience both for the pro- 1 ARTCRAFT CLUB route fol1Jowed, beautiful sc·enes, l'ist ' ers. ·Chrts'tianit y .;6 a way of Ji'fe t 1ffess~ng Ohiristian .and the non-proF of .e xpenses and historic points. Six p eople passed the test and are 1 ,. no 1 ess W ac.u ty counselor, Mrs. Dunni ng · · d . -• of doctrines. It is so t'hin , . tng, ei want t.he e.ntire commuRe.fr:eshme.nts were sen·ved by the privileged t o give Junior an se.mor a .,..., me g nity t o attend and help us and et Sophomore sponsors, Elizabet.h hostess con·s isting of hot punch and life savi.ng t ests. TJiey ar.e: Ruth to be de~~~~t~atedi, n?t merel y some- good o.ut of t h.e service as well g Spprag~e a nd Theresa Clark. wafers. Adams, Lucille Harpst.e•r , Miss D avtbing t o wu•~C we give assent· R~v A r t·h ur Eb re resident, The .next meeting . ,s plans were dis- 1'dso.n, · St ep h en G ai.ne · s, M r. L or b eer, ~ · ill b · · G . . Elda Hahn.. s~rvices SuCn~ay,chNovhembl:er 29: ~el sermo.ns w.hich ~i.~ no/:~y : : ~~ce Pr~ident, Dorothy ~rgan-, cussed a.nd i t was dedded t h at the a.nd C.ec'i.l. Hershberger, t he natt er is · a. m. •Lur sc <>o· • llight but will enl · · · -=Mcr~tary,ktrlea.surther, Doris eihr. next mee.ting will be held D:e.cember a sco.ut executive from N ebraska "'•01·s h1'p . gh.te.n us m spirit11 ·.00 a. m . M~rn1·ng· ..., ... uall. t h 1· ee.ti ngs e d 10 e recreati on a11 10 . tm t' c·t -On "The\ Spi·..; .. of ,..,;, d ,, W .ngs rn a very uniqiue manner. f El' M . . , .and w ill. b e Ch r1s as mee mg. 1 y. Serm , u iu n 11s om el wiU t Ult f ..... _ -O iza orga n, f'lrst and third Thurs P lans f.nr anotheir life s aving class . b th ch . . ge o -O w""' service ac- days of each mo.nth. '"' . . . d Miu.SIC Y e o~r. . cor d i n g to w hat we. h a ve put into it. p.repar atory to passing JUmo r an 4:00 P. m.. Ju~or ch.on and home Be s u r e and a t t end these w .etek n1.ght MINERVAS MEET senfo r tests next sp~ing are being study class. This gro up is growing h ou r s. T.h.e Mi nerva club met November made. It is h-0ped that a.nothe r naand we ar.e.. thtaving a fine t'i.me, ·gr-eat Mor.ning sermon will be "O.ur UnMINERVA 19, all the h-0me of Miss 'P etersen. ti-Ona! examiner can be secured for Faculty coU;nselor, Miss Pete.rso.n. Th·e mee t'mg w.as h e·Id .a t six · o ' cJl oc k next fall. thi.ngs .are m s to re f o r a}J who join. ·solved Problems." 7:30 p. m. Ev-en:ing Wor ship. Ser Evening sermon wiID be "What! Is st~~~homore sponsor, Edn.a May- an,d suppe-r was served picnic fashmon-, "A Contract With God. ' Music Conversion,?" io.n. <::>~~~~~ by the choir. Y o u are always President, Frances Copes. Futu·1-e plans of the dub wer e disVice-president, Loren~ Galloway. cusse d·. a t a s h ort b usrness . M!ethodist church. welcomei at the m ee"-g· ""'' • Secreary, treasurer, Beulaihi Living- The n.e x.t meeting will be c·en tered ston. on the jdeia of Thanksgiving. Plans ~~~~ CHRISTIAN CHURCH ~porter, Joseiphine Brissey. d · · d Lore n D u nton, Minister were m a ~ to write maga:ine an Looks li~ Captain Tolly is . bound EDWARD W. MARCELLUS Meeti.ngs held in Miss Petersen's ~ook rev1e~s. ~he mee.t mg ad- for an all-state berth. W•hie.n Tolly is Church scoool 9:45 .ai. m. RECEIVES APPOINTMENT apartme-n.t, first and third Thursdays Jo.urned .at ielg•hJt o clock. I in .there it's t ough going on t he othC9mmunion a nd sermon. 1(),:45 a. m. o;f each month.___ ' W-0nder what they had for supper? er fellow. Christian Endeav or, 6:30 p . m . .Mr. Edward W. Marcellus, who Sing a.nd sermon, 7:30 p. m. graduated from the Peru St t Althoug h the Bobcats h.aven'.t . .a e TRAVEL CLUB PERU PLAYERS I won all their games look at t he staSpecial mus ic t h at.'.s cliffere.nt. Teachers Colleg e with the class of . p Pl . t · th T 't"' 1 • ' · • I . . Faculty counselor, Miss Frances .eru ayeis me. m e .....i we . tistics and you will notice that they 'The Friendly Chu r ch.' 19.0 6, recently received the appomt- .1 ,H arvey. Theatre Thu.ri;day, November 19, at I. b av.e .o.u t -p1ay · ed their opponents in f D. ment o . 1rector of Personnel work : Sop h omore spo.nsor, M'Jd d J od ry. seve.n o'clock. B re aks seem to be al f th . 1 re every g ame. FIRST M. E. CHURCH ':; ie American Red Cr.o ss'. to ta.ke President, Mlarjorie Mendeinhall. A very i.nteresti.ng program wns ways against .them. Rev. J . W. He.nderson, Mi n ister e ect September 16, 1931. His duties v·1ce-p1~es1'd e.nit ~ RalP••.... C arson. . pr,e sented un.der the direction of Harri' s play.ed a good game against N b .1 · . . · d Sun ay, ovem ;erw1 l include selection and training of S ecret ary, t reas.urer, Gwe.n d.o1yn \~ illiam Knapp. Norfolk Juni'or College. He scored --'"'I b h 29: . This wJlU e an.ot er Sunday when personnel, questions _of compensa tion, Sisson. · .I\ musical readin 5, depicting t.he both touchdowns. ()ne a 40 yard rema.ny of .ou r regu lar a tte.nde nts wil!l ~.asourement of work, working conMeetings held in T 219, the first and <' ntic-; of a drunk m>111, w as g:iven by turn of a punt and the ot her a 9 yard be absent during the T h a n k sg ivi ng d 1tions, we.l.Iare,. an~ .other phases of thlird Thursdays of each month. Alphia Catania accomp.1111ecl by S:illy run around e.nd. , period. We hope t hat those w;ho are personnel orgamzatron. Catania at the pia no. "The Small~st Coaclt. Gflkeson is trying t o ge t remaining a t Pe.ru. o'V'er this p eriod, After graduating from Peru, State Rebel," wai;; p resented by Ver ta Jo hn- more punch in his team. He is uswill help fil] up the g ap caui;ed by Teachers College in 1906, lfr. MarPERU PLAYERS so.n. ing new men in place of ~etter me.n. t hose who .are away o ver the w eek cellus was elected· Superintendent of Faculty coun sel.or, Eldo.n Hayward. The p J.ay, " Flickering" was pr;e. It looks good. end. sc.hools at Crete, Nebraska. He reSophomore sponsors, Martha Mc- sent.ed b.y William Knapp. It is inChimel a boy from away o.ut wei;;t We are s tarti ng o.ur sp e ci all w eek signed a,t Crete. to attend North- Dougal, Kathe.r ine Bergman, Caroline teresting t o n.ote that this p lay was 1o·oks Jike a comer . He is from Euwester.n .university· at Evansto.n, Hli- Calder, and Anthony Art.z. wr itten by Mr. Knapp. The cast of ing where Howard Z~ok is teaching. nois, where h e received his BacheSenior sponsor, William Knapp. char acters was as foUo ws: Carmichael received a cu.t over the ~~~~<:::>-~ tor's degree. He continued his work Pr.esident, Lesa Mary Hunt . Mot her --------- -- ---- Ph.ylllis Lo.ng left eye in t he Norfolk tmsse.l that rein the East, receiving 'b is Miaster's V1ce-president, George Haskin s. James - -- - - -- -- - - - - --- Robert_S oyer quired three stitches to elose. J. E . F ORSY T H, Hardware degree from Columbia unive·r sity. Secretary, Theresa Bierl. Maim - - -- - --- - - - --- - .Luel!a Cross Bob P ate js showing goo.d form at Later he d id a year of gradua te work Treai;urer, M~vin Ste.adma n. Henry - - --- - - -- - --- - --- Calv'in Reed ,tackle af ter having been shdfted from Plumbing, H e ating, a n d in the b.usi.ness administratio n deThis dlub meets in- the Lit tle The- Officer ----- - - --- - - - - J o.9.n Majerus center early in the season. p a rtme.nt at Northwestern 1University, atr.e the first and third Thursdays of Electrical W ork a nd w as fo r three y e ars a member thle 'month. of the- facuJty at that university. 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1931-1932 Peru Pedagogian Issues 5-8  

1931-1932 newspaper issues 5-8 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

1931-1932 Peru Pedagogian Issues 5-8  

1931-1932 newspaper issues 5-8 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska.

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