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PEDAGOGIAN P E RU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, SEP'DEMBER 27, 1932.

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Se.l'.fior Class President: Steph e.n Gaines Vice-President: Doris V ance Secretary: Mildred Jodry Treasurer.: Unsettle d Junior Cl ~s President: Glenn Shaffer Vi~ -President: Ro.y• Cole Sec1·etar.y : Edna Ma ystric k Treasurer: J e>oo Wheat\eiy Sophome>re Class Pr.eside:nt: Hrurr y Schmidt Vice-President: D.ana Schne ider Treasurer: Huston K i:ng's olver

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Music Ap.p r e c i atio n Collins were pfayed. rri ost r~seate outlo ok. With thirty- the Y. W. C. A. girls gave two lovely ·J A cco.rd'ing to aaI repoi:~ ,the 1:eas . -eleven thirty . T he .A group of M usical rea.d'lngs in- · fi v·e· old mem b ers r etuir ning and sixty- Pink Teas on W ednesday n;nd Thu.r~·- 1 :were truly enjoyed~ ,a.nd Little Sisters students are so a.pt to mix the·· 11-rtis- duding "Jani tor's Child' and " Fool- mo !'e prospects d es'iri.ng adm it t ance d ay, September 14 th and 15 th. Pink J were...made to feel mm·e .'. '/lt h ome in t:ic with the comm.o np\ace,. . The ish Questions " was give.n by Dor othy colUild t h e y . but f eel t.h a.t the.y had .a tea and pink deco11ati.ons? Well, no, i Peru .. ho realy Brnnneir. Fol.lowing this Lora Dick- m ost successful year bef ore them? . · · · .. ,, :, : , , -=·=========='= "===~ t h- da:y Joyce Gru.bb o "" .,· w Th e uu,ome1Commg . "Th e Bl ac k not exactly! But, .anyone present can 'I = 1 · · "Just A' Wearyin for You Pay, h.as a splen did ear for m usic mistook ei son sang . , Fl amin g·o" is in the h a.mis of the cast t~l .y01u that ~he tea was very d a'intily ___..;..._ _ _ __._ __,,~:·_.._...-.--... d " W'h err Day is Done". M argaret l the twe ye o'clock :whistle for a -steam an_ . who have been at work under the se.rved b..y .Miss Ruth H awxby and bo.at whistle 'i n ;a. . selection which Wmte.r accomp a.nfod both n umbers. "i:recti-On o! the club sponsor, D. J. Miss Wrig ht. The Recreati o.n HaJI J Candy Drinks .,.,.,~ ..... ~ ~ck -......, na plauing on • LT hls e njo,y able eve ning w.as brought NaJ:i.ors :(or mo.re than a week. ~~ El' ..... H ll Prof,.,.,..,.,~ ., . ..,,,., .... iza. ·..uorga.n · :a w.as transformed , to a close by ' very tast e-t emp.ting 'Duesd a.y, Mr. Nabors at the first • GET TT AT y;i;; SJLVE R. pfr;GE v:.;c•-ola. ~ ... into a. cozy tea ..ro9m,, illuminated by ,1 re.fr.eshi'ile.nts.. m e.e~i.ng of the club 01U.tl'ip.e d the . . ... . . .year's wo.rk a.ml annou.nced try-·ou.tS softly-sh aded bridg e lamps .a.nd dee- i Will ha v e pop corn : Stop 'in" . Eloise N~a says she doesn't know ~. for member ship. oi·p.ted with oolorfol fall fl.owers. on w .iy to show. Wo.;ld'1likJ to so much concerning the .h'istory of Thie f ollowing twent.y-«>.ne nre.mber-s Upon entering, each new giru fille:d 1 contract with some . school orgth e riorth gate of the , campus . b:tt · have .b een acc~. pterl for .prob.ationa.ry 1 O\J.~ . .11-n .·info1111ati'o n, hl_a nk f-0r Y. W. ani zation to , sell you Carnie!- . , she does k:n-0w th.at th:e thirrg ,h as ·been · · membersh•ip. in the DP.amatic Clu:b · t h e . . li g ht s h.ave '-:;:::,,<::::::.~~~·"'. . · o th et refeire:i . i.c.e . 0 .n .Wednesdi•"" M'iss crisp, t'he n ew sensational candr uin ed smce ""en "">-. FRESHMAN TESTS ...._,,. .b ec~ use o f ;expenence~ work ' 1.n ~" .-... O"" . ll, we "'" - 11 m us t mak e ti x.:u. ,., we' F h " . t ts · .. . cC\11eg es,. sc h <>.l a.rs h'~p, w.or k'mg p l ay Bree.ht play.ed the p1' ano w'-"' m ,l e ta '""" ied po,pcorn, for foot•b1o11l a nd sacrifices to further a nd · :aid pro- L · res.l"man es • conduc.ed by Pro- p1;0Q,u,~ti~h ·:~s, ~n \>uid,ge.t~ 1 pl8:Ys etc; was be.ihg served. · On Thursday the b asketball games. gress, essors ;Baker , Maxw.el~ Carter, Geo. Thelma An,n Brolyer,, Nellie Beth . progra~ in charge ·of M•i ss Florence Come in for a. ch ilt .if nothin ~ . I B m w• n. fl.n:d • .Dea n Dunning, were held · Shoaf, Evdyn Hopley, -Elizabeth Martin was b b l' • · 1 • • · •. , egun .y a 1ve 1y, mnong else The library w as so cr owded t he 1 the first week of sc'hao1'. Tuesday S.e pt. Sprague, Mdou,ise Wler, Ed.na J.a.rman, g me h. h h J. d . . • , 1 · j 13 · · El · ,.,T M · · y Bel I a w 1c e pe eve1yo.ne to befirst rew days. that the upperclassm e n ,, w.as g iven over 'to the educational 0U'1se .u.-..oa, arJorle oung, v:a, , W e like your ~ company f ound 'it rlj.ther hard to k~p all . I t ests, while the following Thlursday '. C~roer,, Hell~m <;:lair.e Uull~·. L~a·11 com e better ac quainted. T~e r em.s int heir social engagements bu.t con- ; m orning was r.e 5erved. 'f.or the Phy- . G1~ens.. .rW1Jma . Jacka, Joseppme , der of t he progna~ consisted of a Patty. •Pies i s .mdwich es ditions have iril.pr~ved lat.eJ,y so tihat \ cth<5logkal examination. ! Bl'1ssey Ralph . Mlason, . Carn;:fHa s9l? , At t he'. Brookside by . Edward in hnvi,ng the cl.ass meet .at

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Do .y-0u br e athe.? dent .Advisor.y ~ooin~.it Nominf1l.tions 1 ~*~,~~;;n'j;9:'t:.~.fu wa• r-... . There is a dllference <Yf' course. ·W e . made were Robert Fitch, Fr~d Rohrs,. H:ighla JJd Park .Junior High School of Phone22 Pbone 2!l> gen mdse a:ll breat.he and seven <>u.t of ten of George G.ates. ·;a,nd PauJ Lewis for the D t ' " t ' M .. "'' . . d . .· d t k b h~' M ""e .roi , · 1c11.1gan, otng ca e wor . 1 .. ' '"' ""' inhale hut if , : yoo ar,e one of tlh& oy s, w .11! 1 e art,,..,.. Pisar, Betty HinSh . t -·""~ E ' lish,. .,,.. . , . e 1s ea..,,. .....ng ng L. D. REDFERN sev en you Petter make ar rangements che v, Ml:d E v:&lyin Davis w ere the girls ' . L . S d , . . . th .h. h n o.zclnated. I -c1u1se ~n eregger 1s. m e1 Jg ;j wi.th D ean Delzell fo r t r.ansportad;i,o.n · . . scho.{)l system of Dil. BQ1S; Nebr.ask.a.. P. S. E ts. we h"1ve \Jn up to date groc ery store. Come in out .to the special " Lueky S_trike'' \ . From the' -M.r ~ . Del a W ea t ho !M ass _ . above named gro.u p the . ,_r.•1ogg gr ounds which a.re loc ated a bout a f m aa sefoctao:ns favored Evelyn Davis f """'" _ JU' . __ •. •t t d F d R hr . . o v rn1c ago, 1n01s, was a v1s1 or o q U!8!nter t o a half m'iJe e ast of the / a n re ~ s. · · ' P en:.i Colilege W~dnesd.ay ' aftern-00~, - - - - - - - - - - - . . ; . . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -campu,s . p.roper. Breat hing can tiake · At a meetrng of the F.re'Shman c:ia:s SepteJnber 21. Mrs. Mass is a grad- I' ., pl~ce o.n the campus when it is con- on T11T.esd.ay, ~ptember 20, preliJru- u ate o:f .J.920.. She has' bee ,n do in g venient. . \ nary arran g ements concernii.ng a c.liass su '-u1· ...1.t u t €· wor k m · t h ·e Ch 1ca ' go ~oh.~ o I p arty or ipicnic wet.e roadie. A com- . te · ' I · sys: m. \ When wl'it ing d own.. the char.:act e r - ~ttee co.nsistin ~ of · Betty Hi nchey,,' Former professor C: F . B c k 1 · · · -·' d fri en d s J.n · p eru . 1. istics of a c-ertain piece of musie .I\ vv ayne . W e are, Merle . Borchart~ .Ray- l h as h ee.n v1s1ting Ul1 . m-0nd. "Y-0der; · and :James Story was ' ' · · . ! .Be.iv.a Carde r wrote "·~t b eg.an b.y a -• . . . . ' He was former ~pu.ty state s<lperm, . • t.•1ected to mak e further p:l.ans · a.nd 1 · .. .;,,~ , " ., · .. ..1-. · r deep rumble m t he basa" ~ . th · . ' • ..tend-e,nt. Mr. Dt:ck came to Ye..,U You can g e.t best qualit y coals and dep endable ~e r\ ice ...... , ·; re~rt , at .e .next m~eting. : . ·1about 35· .y·ea'r s .ago· :a·lidi taug·blt 'until / 1:11ss Brans~. ASSI~tant . Lib1:1a.r1a?' ) 1921.. .Mn. . Beck's home is now in ; a t no t·x tra c-0st. 'B APTIST CHURCH ' / delivered an mst.ruct.i,ve talk on L1- Whitt' ·· · · 1er, 'c a11,·"1 forn1a. 1 To tur.n· an a.ccjuain.tanc~ ,' into a bFaq rules at ,th~ Freshman ~ lass P ru l M xweU, p rosoe.c tiv·e mem:'.' .~· .( f riendship, is a t.est ()f sincerit y. meeting, Th~rsday, Sept. ~ 22-, '_'T~· .her or l~tb al'l tea~ .of 1932, bias '"·'--· Serv ices Sun~. October 2, 9.:45 · nUJles . 1-ega.rd tng :eserve hooks wer.e j been t a.ken fro m the lineaip ·ten:ipor ar a. m. Chiuirch . school. Cdllege c~ass . e:plron~ ~:n ~t.ail. . · . ;itl y due to a.n· injiured ankle. t81Ught by Professor. Nabors. · · I In addition, fm:a..l plans concerning · · · 11;00 a. m. morning worship. Ser- · the class picnic were dis.closed~ . It i! 1· B.ONFIRE BAT m oT1,. "~ur Lo~d';s Gmie&.s',. ¥usic by \ t? be 1'.fo·~~ ay, ~p:t. - 26, ~.in Majots's . ___ · t he ~1r. ~s 15 our quarterll.y com- l ::x1s. Tickets were p i:1ced a.t 25c 1 The y . .W : ,C. 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sh own t hat .years iag-0 as m any as 85 t.i fl n nresident .. ext en.doo .a cordi al J '. · . ' ....,, pe.r ce.nt of the ped'p lei turned out t o invit~tfo.n to' eve/J'y giril to jcrin Y. W. ' . . , ·" ! '. ' . • • vot e but llhat in the 1928 election only S t b . . ~ :;.· . , . FC:,· it is Metro· . ;= :, 28 1 «)' 1 • ' • on ep em er , · . t ;.:;:':. , ,: ;;/;., ·• Goldwyn-May·er's ISTIAN CHURCH b CHR . ai OIU•t 46 ~r ce.nt exercised . t heir The g irls ecarceb mi~s:d tih:e roru 1. e · ·:.f:?L . .W': . J~!.i .~ Great estT riump · h ,,.~~:: .. htf •· f ·h · · · . . · n•" '·" , ,,, . .. 11 1 L. Dunton. .l}finister • / r!1g u .. · r a.n c 'ise. · WJ·~h the • Luci· ~ ·s i·ed apr.1' es to e~t ili:~:.. .·"'"::Miii:f?:-=" . {.;,.;. ·. xi \I jJil ,1,•~7~ ;~ •::!;:;.-:/::~:::-/~:~; ~J,:• ' ~~f• "?" "'- .,. #(\i."i:.~ Services Suriday , October 2. f · . · and the friendly atmosphere all a.bout. ..F : ::::(~· · 'X/' , .. JN" tr "r '' . 10:-00 .a.. m. S.u nd:a.y Sdlrool . OFFICERS ELECT•ED This same ·chummy sp'irit ·prev.ailed ·:~j . ~f;;;,,n:{:6" . 11:>00 a. m . Church servici.:. ~ co.ndiuct . 1 BY T ENNlS CLUB as the girls drifted homeward, sing'· ' "'':<. ~=;l<F';·'ii=· ed t~ Christian Endeav or.e rs. The t ennis dlu'b met September 19. ing "Fol.low the Gleam". 7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor. . The. fo\l ~wing officers w ere e lected.: 8:00 P· m. Uu.ion se rvice in the Me- Grace .Rowlison, president; R aJph W A1'ERMELON FEED thodist Ohturch. : Mason, vice-president; Ir.ene And r ews, I The fresh m ain gi rls wh o li ve on the Last Thursdfay e v eni ng, if yom. had ! t.r e f!;s u.rer . At present tihe clu.b c-0n·~ t_h i rd floo r oJf Mt, Ver.no n H all · were been at the. •·mixer!' for. t he sists ?~. trurty•tw~ me~bers . .Any-0ne / e ntertainedi h y the 'llfP\per dl ass g ii.ls hers -0f t he college . dl ass, :)'0'11 w-0uld I JOID by paym g .blis :dlU.es at t h e . gf that fl oor •!It. a :water m.elo.n f eed 1.n have thought .Pro.fessqr No rwood~ the orf1ce. · . I t he kit cP,e:n · W ednesd ay evening , teac her of tb.'.is c'lass, ·w ould have his I Harold F.lSher,, D ayton W hittemor e, ; Sept em.b er 21. Speci a,.l hon or guests hands full. o:f the sixty -eigiht present { L aiwrence West, Lloyd P erry, Will- 1 were »eJen Br.ooker ,and Geor gi:8:'1'a Probably the'bigest talkiing picture all seeemed to h ave. a n . ~jo y abfe . ard Shumard, and Edg a~ Galloway Ug;ic k, w h ose bfothd ay anniye.rs ar1 ~s First showing· :this state.· time. _Let's not. forget -to be i n have registered for practice for t he were ceileb r ated .at t h at_time. T went y: .. ' I . class gr<JIUP n ext Su nday. Jspring team. . . t h ree, gir.ls wer~ prese_'l~· - . . D . S . Coa d , Min1•ster

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O.c.t. . fi; 7 ti:> 9 Freshman · I I bifo Adop t e d wer.e1 ia.itly " tnhiaaed" b~ tih:eir ~mir. 1 ns Clubs, Dramatic Glu}:i Initiai'i.on. V j ing p ossesors. In -addi!tion, large, red ! Jonathans .wi t h all the.ir_ luster in.tact 1 Fred S. Knapp, of Omaha w.as Fri. Oct. 7 ; College Football ;, Roosters er.owed, d.ogs ba.rkcd , b-a.l-'_I at Doane, High School Football v were 'Obtai.n.a)Jle. DeJ.1c101US . portions\ elected president. of the state norm'll ~ hrons broke, venders . cne.od t•h.eir at Humboldt. of these succulent fruits brought bo.ard .t o succeed the late Cot T. J. Kappa Si"gm·,1 1 wares- c?.ndy, popcor.n, p ea.nm.ts, gr.ati.fying ahs! of satisfacti·on from . . . ll Mo.n. Oct. 10; <I . , . . h M•aJors olf Peru at a spe<:Jal meetmg I/ Alpha 7 to 8; Ki.nderg-arten cracket!:', ci- nd.1ed ap;;ks--.at the Tr~ rn- 1 ,aJJ, And then, JU,St to iplay · ·a.voe · h l · s . . he1d at Lincoln M.Q.1"lld:ay. Hon. Edg aT· Pr1mar.y C:lub, 7 to 8; Sigma /. mg sc oo fan· Wednesday, ep:temw1th ~ r educing programs Olf. the ll T D a 8 V her 28 . f emaJes !tasty shel'berts of multi· hues Fe·r.neau of Auburn was eJecte-d Vice- V aiu e ta · I U ' l _, eff t f 1.. ro d h -~-~--"'>_<:::>_<:::>_<:::>_ n.1 e'U or s o u1 !The: .a,n sc oo1 a nd colors. we.re produc~. pres1de:nt to succeed Mr. Knapp. / rnaide the fair a.n u.n-O!i. puted succei: . By the time1 the_ g~rgmg ,process I The following resolution eulog:izCo·nversatio.n, noise a nd fun were .as was c.omple~ the wev1taple ~arkness in g Col. Majo.r s, deceased president LI prev alent as at a re t>.l f air. was t h reat e:ni1.n,g and t he. entire . us1y a.d"Opt ,,,_.:i ba.nd of t h e Bo ar.,.:i was unan-imti I The kin' '·'wi:. a t n ' pli 1 ar y ' eleme 1. de.pa.rt~~ ·~PPY and s _a tis..wt:<.11. ed: . I t." r~', aml jt'.'1:ior hi g h dep artme:n.:,'3 1 worked t ogether to m ake t.h.e acffa1r Too p 1cmc w.a.s prono.un.ced a rOlllS' . · i' ~"The deutlh of Colonel MaJOrs "The Black Flami.ngo" Chosen (as \ of re; J worth. The co.mm1ttee . c ap t am · H omer H a t c h e r mg success ,_u>y all ' .au.u. UC~• .app.~ . 1..'1 · t•ion and CJ" ed·t d ue M.iss T ear brought to . . B ob c at 1eft •end ' n"',;rnev1.ng -"· · · "h f cna 1 are , a close the hfe of one . .o1' Dr:i.mattc · Club) Homeceming Play ' ch11 rge was: Richard Coatney, first v ie • um amd the committee for their •e ff-orts. N~b1,aska .s. most useful an.cl d1st1~• g r ad-<:; Geraild Cl a.yb.ur.n, sec'Ond ble on the Per.u twenty-f ive y.ard lin.e . guished ':'1.t1zens, on;e ~~o devoted. hJs - -g ra.d e; Ken.r eth M c-Ml :h.o 'l, t hir.:l Harris an,d Hatche1· car ni·eid tih1~ b ~ 11 0tinng u~selftsh g reat .a:biJ1ty a.TJd . u~ Tihe Hi>.st.ile had fa11e.n and the nog.rade.; Le:nore Larson, four th g ra.c:Je.; thru t heJ line fol· a fi rs t and te.n> M idW . A . A . PLAYS HIT PIN BALL ness to the upbwlcling of thns state bj.Lit.y were fteei.ng from P a.ris, taking Di ck rnemen.ts fifth grade· Jea.n l and t ook ti me. ou t, )Jut failed to check Hit pin ball is pro~ng to be' more of which he' was a resident for more their v111Iu.a b.Ies with them. The Vosbeorg, s.l xth' gradie1; Bur;us Mc- the mild rush of tihe fi ghting Peru :fillJl .e very daiy to the W. A. A. mem- than seven,t y years.; o.ne who brought t·hdeive:s (.t ,here were thieves in those Miahon, seventh! gr.ade; John Rhodus,_ t eiam. Ratc.'her er.ash.eel- M'idl and's li.ne · h o n the next t wo pnays fo1· a g ain her:>. They meet four :n,igh.ts a week about the est1a ...u'lishmel11t otf the state d ) · k to take advanta e ·nig h th grnde ; Luciu'I e H azeJ.to.n., mnt I" · normal schools in Nehraska and w.h o ays were qwc . · · g. g·i·.a.de.. ·of twelve ya1rds, placin g the ball in t he gy.mniasium to develop skill from Paris Th e SC•h10.0 I' s ow.n b,a.n d p J•R Y ed • t hree yards• from. the c .goal-line fo r i n kJcking, c.atching and thirowi.ng devoted! a life time of service in their .and . the roads leadmg . · 1 the b all, r un ning, a.nd in .or ganized behalf. fw·.ms-hed1t.hei s etting ;for many a r c.b- Movies were. show.n tha.t ha,d been . (Co.nt mued o.n l a~.t pa g e~) team work. E v.eiry gid wishing a. g-0od "Colo·nel.I. Mlajors serv.ed as .a mic:m- · bery, with frequent murde rs thlrown t aken o.n the ~.ru camp.us. The I t;ime is invic~ed to com.e out a.nd try ber -of the sta~e n.o~m.al boaTd dur~ng I in . f,i.d•e1 shows cp1u.~ e.cl m a.ny Ia ug-)1s. Even her foot at hi t pin blaU~. moS"t of the time SlJICe the establi$hr P erhaps no more celebrated' house '.•he se1d ?t est of the soe ctators were , ' · Hot dogs wer e soM by tbJe A. A. ment of .t he first normal school at 1for dark deeids existed .tha n the sin- \ tricked hy soimei of .t h:em. girls at; the foot l5iaftil game t o raise P:ru i;n 1867 anid w.as at the time af ister inn, '"T.hie Bl ac k Flamingo," on Every departme,n t dJisplayed n I . money for t he t r:ophy fund. . ~1s dea th and for man~ years prece~- the r o·ad t o Vie.nn e te Oh1a teau in boot h . Th ese hoolt:hs h adi articles t.o I mg the ho.nored president of thls 11011th€irn Fr.ance . (Con1inued ·o.n last page.) Second De fe at Hi g h School Gridsme n; 'board. Here the 'emagres' w ou~d hal ~ for i Plucky' If Overwhelmed . j "'nblerefore be {t resolved, that this res:t, o.nly to awake i.11 the morning : hoard express .i.ts appreciation of t he with thefr treasures g o·ne . Ofte.n j Pl ayi ng .t.heir fi rst en cou.nter on . I gre.at service he has rer:dered a.n -~ . 'ts truey did not awa ke, ~or somet imes for eigJ1 soi.I, the Peru Bobkjttens met ___ !sorrow at ihis death an.d its rec·o gnition tbie ge.~j.a.J inn~eeper a:id hfa aMies , / defe at .at ~·,he ha.nds oof t.hie stro.ng College Orchestra Organization oi the great loss to the norm.al schools j found ut €1xped11 ent to dispose of the Shiu)Jert el even. The tilt was st>aged Under Way uf the state of Nebraska." j ar.ist~cr.at;; alt.og~th.eir. Four Newly Elected Cheer Leaders on th e lhtter's gridJron, Fr•iday, Sept. ___ The b•oaird re--e.lected Fred W. 1 Th1s 1s . the settmg that Sam Janney Introduced 30. The first cdlJ.ieg'.e dance o;f "the :ye.ar Anderson, of Gozad as secr_e tary. Tlhie ~~n:e.cted for his . thr~!ling . dr.ama, J Aa t: ho.ug h -0.n ,t.he £·hJOrt. e.n c} of a 64w.as a;n .avowed s uccess. The :n.oor v.ac a.ncy on the board lef~ hy the The Bla ck Flarn,mga, whnch the 1 ON TO VICTORY! I o count, the Peruvi.ans dfaplayed fOm ~ was in espec;iailily g ood ,cond!ition ~l- death <Jf Colonel MajO'rS has r ot bei:J1 P eru Dr.am at'.c Club wiJJI pr.esent as Marjorie You.ng, Gertrudie Flinn, ., good f.o o.tball. Their victo1 s sh<>wed thou.g.h many p e.opile wient home filled. Governor Bryan Monday sMd theJ Homecommg pl "y, Sat.urd ?.y after : Mark Muali;ns and 'C.ub' Collins ar e re al p·ower a.nd all'e hea v.y favorites app'o inted that no ruie f~ do.wn be- jhe probably WQuld not fill the vacancy /.n o·on, Octobeir· 15. I thEt 1932-33 le·a ders for the grand- to monopoli:r.ei the honors' in the cause it was S-0 simiila r to ice in spots. until .about the first of the year. I It will~ be i~·deed a tr:·a.t; to ~pend rstand ba ckers of the Bobcats. I Nern.a h a Va.J.ley Foot baJ.I Le ag ue this Yet such a condition servied t o I.an ·evemngi w1it.h ·the ar~stocratic De· , The b.and and the .new cheer leiaders I year. voke much mirth and gymnastics an CIRLS CLUB ~OLDS Lussa~s, tJie c~J:or:fu~ Triiga ud, thl.l m ?de th.e au<l:itorium ring with the j Forrest Musse;n, Shiu.bert's I ri1pl e the part of the d.a.nce rs. . . 1 INITIAL CHAPEL j myte~wus Cag l:i os;t.ro: a.nd the fiot~am songs, and cheers for Peru. The. new j 1.-h.rei<J t .b ack, .bor~ the bru.~it of the, T h e new col~ or.cihestra w hich l S j and Jetsam of the kingdom ·o f tlnev- / song A Song of .Lo.ya1lty' was mt ro· · ofie.nse for tlhe w1.n.ners. W a.1 ~, st ocky to be a p ermanent org.anfaatio.n was i Thie GiJ1}.s' 01ub held its first meet- iery and murtder who by .a straJJge duced and qui.Clkl,ly pickie.d up by the I quJ.lrterb!l.c.k, als·o playe<C! wEllJ.. excepti"ona.ily g-0od. Eunice Bur- ' ing ·o f the .yea r o;n Wednesday Sept. fre.ak olf .hiistory are thrown t'o geth'er students. : For the Kittens, Leahy o.n, offense, brirlge at the piano; D ana S nli.der, cor - 128. At t his meeti:n g Dorothy Rark- in this weird seitting. Eve.Lyn Brecht c.al!led on C1Mch I amd K elso o.n ded'e.nse pe rformed. .KingsOllver, clarinet; son resi g:ned as president of the c1lu·bi. Gi'lkes·o,n, Coach Lorbee,r, and Capt- / Peru (0) Shube rt (64) 11 et; Husto.n Charles Trenholm, trombon;e; John , Sbie gave as her reaso.n, t'he f.act that WRIGHT STUDENT MANAGER a,i,n Hatchel" for spe.eches. Kizer L. E. Ki.nsey F'oste.r, bass; anrl C. C . Burbridge, tShe w_as the edJitor for this .year's · Ri.ohiard 'Dick' Wright-" has been Gilkeson pr.esented the Midland T.y.non LJ. T. D-o u g hten dr.ums were ,t he m embeirs of the m u- Peruv:ian, and she wou.W. h!a.ve too chosen as student m anager of athlet- 1game prospects . And. ·ervery Peruvian Ke'lso (c) L.G. Egermeyer sic producing group. .m~~ work t o give iiul11 time to the · ics... Dic k .is a cap able ma.n for this th~~~ed .as C.o acih Lor)J.eer told of the · Pug.hi C Brow.n At no time w.as tbej fi-0'.or too c.rowd- _G1r:ls Clull. E veryone regJ"e.tted Ios- 1 a~s1g.nment a nd .shoull·d prove ,a gr eat s~mt of loyailty that s urged thru R aws o.n.. R. G. Mussen ed, yet at afil ttimes ware t.h ere coll- mg Dor o.thy ~ut felt th ~t the club a1cl to Co a,c h G.1lkeson and the .'team. hnn. w.h~ he he~rd that old 'Blu•e .an<l StTomq.UJs t R. T. Ogg ples enough to ml)ike the evening on e wiiLI ·h ave a fw e leader ln the new Th e .n e w p lan u,n.der w a y wli!ll re- W1 h~t:e, ,a feeling that no other Ad ams R . E. Ri ggs of interest and pleasant recreiati.on as ,p rooident, Car:oly;n .Calder, who was qiuJre three Ju.nfo : s .and tw~ Soph- coOege's song c"Ould .arouse. Capt11in HazeJlt o·n Q. B. 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CEJKA, Prop. will . ek g1v.ein no.~t~~~t ~~ :<-Le tr.·o•.n,;ng sch001 is horizon? Go· hdking. Take aaong some fri6llds, some eats, a camera. iand the seco,nd Jilail:f Ba 'k d t o de•;,-= ,._,,_,,, vL •i.n - · ,.. Ph0J1e 62 applied dei:frg.n. t1 wor an . ye. as fo.Uows: K.inde.rg.arte.n 15 boys, 15 The )JlufJfs and the l.a.nd a.long the river present some of .the mo,st bea..uti- and dye :a.re two of the interesting girls, totad 30.; First grade 5 boys , ful spots in. Nebrask.a. Get .ac.qu.ainted with Peru so thaJt in after_ years \ su)>j.e cts to be studied. . 5 g;irfs, total lO.; Second g rade 7 bo.ys , here w.iU )Je one. place tlh.a.t. is allmost home to you. . The Arts Methods cl ass lS one of 6 girls, totail 13; Third grade 7 boys, I, th.at hias •biee:n. enr·o lled in 6 girls, tota!I. 13; Fourth grade 5 )Joys, And the classes; don't forg.et the;m. Do yo.u know tlhiait probably never the largest · J. E. FORSYTH. · w1·11 .you b e a· blei to get mu.orma · ·• t'i.o.n pr.ei:;ented t'.O you m · su.c h an , theA course. · Is, t o..._ +-- 1 13 Fifth ____,_ 8 h oys, aga.m changie that W:ill .be -Of int er.est 8 g1r .; gr"""'"° Hardware, Plumbing, Heating interesting way or get. the comments of people real,ly inteireste,d ;in .a sub- I to those teacihling .art in the Training 7 gi.rJs, totaJ 15.; Sixth gr.a.de 7 boys, 14 2 . ct that Mliss P.a.nez girls, to.taJl 1. i J·ect as .you do in classes? And your teachea'S. The fact tlhlat theru are 11 School. is the fa Electrical Supplies 'J Elementary totals 54 boys, 61 girls ' _;,...._ _ _ _ _...__ _....,_ _ _ _ _ __ teaching college_classes proves. them to be experts :in tihleir line a.nd that j .no\\! ,h,as an ·o ffic.e in ~302 w ere totiaJ . 115 they hi1we o.rutstanding perso.nalities. stude.nts may seei her w1tho.ut g.oi.ng over to t'he Training School. The junior higib, s.cihool has enirollThe . clubs and fr atern1ti.€1s. I don t need! to do more than, mention PUBLIC SCHOOL ART ed· the following.: tihie::e. Every-one likes to "go pl.laces and do th.ing-s" and the clubs furU !..,. • t' ed t h Seventh g.Iia<lie 6 .b oys, 8 girls, .total I Service with a Smi.lle . . . ' . · p.on ..,.e;mg ques ion :a s o ti e. n:1sh amp~e opportunity for social work :and entertamment. k h h d t , !I' h thls 14; Eig·hith grade 19 boys, 3 girls, 1 RIGHT-A-W.A:Y Last but n.o.t leiast, d'On,t negLect you.r correspondence. It gives the J wor .s eh. opAe Jo .ac:comMp: is nSeventh grade 6 boys, 8 girls, .total . home :flcdks a h,app.y feeling to get a fat letter from colleg e .and k.now Y'ear ·1 ~ ;~L c a~ses, 159 L"~e~ .totall 24. Shoe Shop 1 phiorepar ..... ;t he tha,t their bo.y o.r girl jg making good dow.n there. M. S. ow:ng .p.ape.l'. w ~ ·J \... L s · ws trne c .ange m view-po.mt in .uni9r rnig.u to.t~ 33 boys, 27 girls, M.. the teaching oif Art i.n itlhe P.ublic tot,~ 60. THE PARABLE OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN IN COLLEGE. s.chooil.s. . New stu.dents lin the elementary ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ''Dlid y-0.u ev.er hear the pa1ia1ble o~ the good samarita.n in an American 'Tihte , aim <>f art education has sohro.o l are: Erma[ Ove~n; :Betty College? changed in r~oent yea;rs . and has ~ou. Edie, firs,t griade; F.lorene<e WlilkA. E. JOHNSON, D • .D. S. A certain Freshman .c ame down from home u:n.to cojllege, and she• broaoon.ed ;t,a a large degree. Form- mson, .third g,r .ade; Zelma Va1ke.r, I fell .amo;ng critics wh'O said t hat heir c.1otihoes didn't ·fit, and she hadn't got erJy courses consisted chiefly -0f :r'.~p- '1 Wade Pu.gh, fourth gr.ade; Marie X-RAY SERVICE sty{le· .and heir pe~na.lrit was unfortunate, ·aind they ro)Jhe d her oi her resentatio.n which haid as i;ts .aim to 1 Umland~ sixth grade.. PHONE 36 sel·f-confi.deince and ihe.r enthusiasm, .and d.eparted ileaving her sick and teach pupijs ho.w to draw objE.\cts and Blend.a Anderson, t:Jilincll g.r.ade; so.re at hea~·t and ~ailf d•ead. A.nd ,b.Y chanoe .a certain Jun.for passed that to show form ".and c·oi-or. Now draw-, Hope Carter, .Marjorie Voil;lentine, way, and when soo Sl!JW he.r, shle said, ' "WJ:i.at a gdod· -jo.b thi0se Sophomore ing ,..hias b,1•oadened and .inclu.de~ .not fifth grade, are .former students who Critics ·clid," .a nd she p;aissetd by on the othe.r s:iide: And a c etrtai.n Senior ornl.y represetntation .but a.llso illustra- .havie returned. ., came tJ.hiat w.ay, and she said, ''Yea, v.eri!y, for she hadn't the making of .tio.n. whiC:hi makes possible thei ex.a good soror.ity g.ii-0.", and she pas::.ed by on the othe.r side. But <a c.eir~ p.Iiession af creative thinking. Y. W. CANDLE LfGHT SERVICE t.ain speciial stu.dent as sihe journietved that way, came woo1-e she. was, .and T.hlis is appl:ied to tthe v.ario.us VERY IMPRESSIVE she had .co.mpaiSsion ·on he1· and took her to he.r room .and· .bound u.p her phaaes oif the .art of b~utifying the wounds, pouring in u.nderstanding and s.ym.p.athy .and frienidlin;e&s. And home, as fur.nitu.re arr.angeme;n.t, p:icWJ:i.en. trees wer.e sii!l'h-ou_ettes in .i. she put hw on her :feet ag,ain and :introduced her to her own .£riends tur.e Jiianging., w.a11 d .ec-0ra.tions, drap- black .against th.e sky, and iPeople and w;as .a friend t'.O her. e1rles, -floor coverings.; of b:eiaut;ifying darker shadows that _quickly pass.ed\ Wihicthi . o~ these thnee thi'nkest thou pr-01V1ed neighbor to the FreSlbPHYSICIAN thie ho.me garden which turn baa.u.- and the;n we.r e go.ne, Y · W. hel:d its 'm an t,hat feU, amo.ng t1he cr.itics? .1Jid'ies th:e ,c ommunity whether it b.e a cain.cUeaight service, G·o Thou and do Thou likewisei" Charles Gilkey Phones, Res:ide.nce 28, Office 7 city or farm. G'ood ta'ste ;in the selCandles in. thle windows se.nt .a · ection -0f wearing apperel fa ie.Ssent- sOO'te.n,ing gfow of light across the How do you like the new 'Name Ptl.at;es' over the camp.us buHdings. i 11J in bea.uti:fyi.ng ·O ne's pe1·so.n.a,l ap- roo.m b.eciko:nfimg, members old and 1 H-0urs: 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 We thli.nk i.t an exce.luuemt idea especi>ally fo.r the FresJim:ein who insiSt up·o n ! pea.1,ance. .new. The fai.nll:j IlllUsic ·of violin ~<l going to bhe wrong )Ju'i\lddng at the wron.g time for the w:ro.ng .class. : B~aul~ MaT.y Wad-Worth in her book pia.-no ·bro.ug ht another note of beauty ; .:::............... (Sorr.y, Freshies, .b.uo cheeT up ther:e(Jl be anoCher punch> of greenies alo.ng ! o.n ...,,ea,ll:i ng Art to it,he Oommu.n,ity' next -,yeia.r for yo.u to klid.) •hms a chapter ·o n 'Perso.nraJ.ity'. She ~as stated, 'Your person.al appearance . .. . . . is the ta~1e of yo.ur contents , 'A Respons1b1iht.y for many of t~ activities to be c arried on th~s year rest tractive well. · t\ they, s 1.1 t · ' groom;e.d upo.n i..L vrne sh ou Idoers o f •L·""~ mem b ers of the Junio.r dlass. The fact that · · salesman I b 'ill' . e wice as many goods as thos.e wh ·llave ee.n WI mg t!o p.ut forth, the time .and effort to )Jecome of J'unior eoohlP-it ' d : ~ School Supplies . ed. • -~ . . . ,., an .o.ver o.ne or .an underdon k ran Jn .a:n u.cat1on "41 ~nstitut1on would llead ·o.ne t'O be(lieve ;that they . tti • Th . e Fou.ntain Pedn's iand Pencils, Remington Portable wewe riling to do their p art in maki.ng the yeiar 19321- 33 a success Y:et taih rte. h >e sak~e may b? .applied t:0 Typewriters. See us for Good Eats. hJ · tt d I.a • ' e ea. tJ eJ1r >Iii en. ance •at c ss meetrngs certainly be~ies a.ny such beliefs one 'Th · c er :f'seed Lng !ili .a p.osition . · The_·han~y place to trade opposite the Training School mig,htl ente11iain. PerJmps, .you Juniors, .djdn't know the time o.nd place 1 us w.e an ' flat art 1s ·ll:Sr much a · · · mteTfered. . ' · ' angu.age a,s any orm of exp 7-8 Phone 73 or o,•Lw.,,r act1v1t1es At ~my rate, be 1sure to note ·the next chapel d t _,., . . ressJ·'O n, ' Peru Nebrask_a . a n .ar ""'ucation aJms to lt' ,._ f l ain.n·o.unoomen.t or a c ass meetmg and pr ove that .yo,u awei tru.e Peruvians . . · cu iva""" ,,.,, f i · · ' an ·appreciation for bea.utif.,1 th' willing to pu,t your s h ou""'"'r to the Wihe.eJ rand sharp, the load. Sim l' 't i h UJ& l.ngs. P i c,i Y s t e keynote of beauty Cold Drinks

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at . the south end of the r(}om. In To make this shoJ-t, just have a care, :front ·o f th<:! te!Pee the ceremonial Gii'ls, watch where you are run~ dances are taiught. Two large drums n:i.ng.! You a.n fool s<>me of the people all o;f are o.n •either side of the• room. These Note ec.eu·.y step and stone. Be - - ! tl!B dmo. and all of the people somei' of the drums were made of a barrel cut in And heed .our .Mrs. - - time. but th rest of the ti me they will Allter having become thoroughly mB.IJ:e fools of t hemselves. h al,f and leathe r stretched tig,htJy acq.u.aiil1ted thl"ough meetings a.nd picnics .and other var.io.us frigenious across the open end. These dn.ims PERU DRAMATIC CLUB ADY thiing ,can happen on ai 1·ainy d1evioes kno·wn only to Freshmen that a re used in c.alli.ng the ti'ibe tog·ethTRY-OUTS HELD night, in. aj college t:own, whe.n a man cla.ss elected their 'of;fiice.rs for the comi.ng .year, er a1 n:d t o m ark the rythm for the danis lonesome and all that sort o~ th\i.ng. During the try ~outs :hleld the So don't .t ell anyo..n e but we just hapiA;lvi.n, Sitory --- - ---------- · Presiden,t ces. It is the belief of Miss McCo!lium last week thei Peru . E>ra)ljatic Olub pened to see Pro:£essor Kahn dashing Chester Bowen ------ Vice-president tihat the American child sh-0uld be has d1scovered more talle.n.trd youn g gallantlLy down the hHl, after Pi Dorothry Parker ------ - - - S e.cre t a1y · t aug h t t h e I,nd1an · legends and so:ngs Jo.h:n Foster ---------- - ~ - - T r eesurer before the foreign ones. There is a r.t ists to plac·e OJ1 .its ;probationary Gamma Mu, wli.tli four young ladies from our campus. It is aJso rumored members hi,p list. gre at henuty and love oif nature in but :n:ot kn'Own as a certai·nty tha.t The folfowing .are tihose who have Enthusiasm ran higih1 on Thursday all! I d" f lk 1 he .and these sa.me ladies were seen when the Freshmen were given the n ·Ia.n o ore,. and it is the bee.n sele.eite.d: to disaippesa.r into Barnes' drug sto1-e. opportuni.t y to choose their clu.bs. In backg·roo11nd for much.I that is fou.nd MaJ'.i.a:n Cadson, Elea;nor May, Le.la That's a.ll rig.ht Proft!l>sor Kahn the class meeting u,pperclass r.e p- in the ev.eryday life. Th.is work will McCan.n, Edn:!li Maystrick, MiQdred some o.ne ·h as· to look after the. " f.ai:ir reseint·atives from ea,c:h club explained give the ch.iild an appreciiation of life Speedi;e~ Rachell Viers Gwen Yeakle ones ." Keep up t;her good work. the v t>llue of a frosh club. DurinO' .and .nait ur.e . It w.ill develop visual Luciille Williams, Margaret Shumak er'. tfoat peri·ods the m.e\l'l'lberS!hnp ·us~ imageries wh.ich will .be carded over Le·li ~_ Frazier, Jeanette Ruyle; Kathweire rapidly lengthened. into hlis literary imagery. It brings leen Colbert, Dorothy Jennings, MHYou know it wowd seem. f.u.n.ny ,i f ws heard anythling .against ·our fa.culThe Old North Gate Ex- Peru Players with sixty members oti.t the beauty i\n the common things dred) Smith, Eliza.bat,h Barlling, Hele.n Eads , George Guy Gates, Dwight ty, bu.t t he other d:ay Dr. Brown acand Personality Qlub wii'bh thirty-one to be found aJl .abouit him. t ually confessed thia.t during his high rank the two highest in popularity .Miss McCollliam:i h:as adapted the W aldo, Leone Ohler, Dan.a Snieder ' school days ~ W.813 II aazy boy. Oh, tends a M9st Cordial Wel- so far. words for the songs from the origin- Mark M.uUins. ~ear, what.s this world coming to. Radio, the .new club on the oampus, als found in the 27 Year Book 'Of the . b oasfs a grou,p of interested boys and Bureau ~f Ethonology -0if .W Pshri.ngto,n NOTIOE D. C. This book deals w·ith the. Indians Beaieve it '0-'I' not, but so .early in come to All Home Comers. ·o.ne girl. Any.Q.n e w.ishing :to ha\\e his Ped.aOn first and third TlhJUI"Sdays from that ~ived in this section. Miss Sara the .y ear. our la.st ye.air's tra,clk capta.i:n gogia.n !:iemt to a - diflferent .address, \seven t.o eight p. m. the following Graham of the i;nusic department a.dhas f~e.n in love! Our sympathy is .notify the Administration .Oiffli,c e or clubs will meet: Peru Players, Scrib- 1.apt.ed the music so as to keEip the w.ith you-f.o1i we think she is a very tme Bus.i'ness Manager. BAPTIST CHURCH bleu·s, Tr.iwea, Minerva. songs within the range of the childsweet freshman girl "" d ..:~ d l 'j On seco.nd and fourth Thursd:a.ys· 1 re.ns' voices. Miss McColLum .fa1s sp.e.nt - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .. ru.e e uca~ll\Jn pro uces .a cumu. a· f .lfuir cut 25c: Shampoo 25c By the way, Coach ~keson says ti.ve cha.racter result, .as weill .as g.ath- ~ Artcra£t, Kodak, Ra.dio, Persana1ity, I .yE\ar.s o study be:or.e SJhe . f:lt that Nice Ji.ne of Hair Qi] Cheap t hat a certa;i.n Midland footb~l :is · f _..., / On e1a,c h Mond.ay nig ht· Crawdads I she had t he mate.ru~l org.amze.d in ;ers ~n orm ...... on. · ·1 • still in Peru! ls.n"t that ever going serv1ces . . su.nd a.y, o·ct o'o'er 9, are I - ; SIUC!1 a wa.y th.at .It COlllid be ;presented' BOBB KNAPP as I · it h k.i to be returned? .fcllil.ows: · - .,. DORM GIRLS PL AN o t e ndergarten. Some of th:e. le- . On .the pavement nte.xt to 9:45 .a. m. cJiurcih scho'Ol. The ml1y ANNUAL FALL DANCE i gends to be •used\ will h ave to do with Swanson H all . . . . · . .; the sunflower the corn tihe wild r os o . Mme t h an one gtrl has walked ail1d pr.o motwn :exerc1sei; w1U take! the k · h ' . ' _, --------.....: . . JRC -m-t e-pulp1t the yellow violet, -=============-":'"::= home from ride ·b.ut who wou.ldi eNer place of the s.essJ.ons. . 'The dance or the Harv.est M.oon' and hasketry. · supp·ose Elidz~teth-~ BhartJing w~d. ll:O?Ohlr.a.. m,.ti moEdr.n.rmg. wo;sh!ip .. Se'l"- ~ st;r!l:ngfily suggestive of d.u'll o'ran ge . N For Quality Meats . ow, . no w o.n g"'~ t e wrong 1m- tn mon.: h . is an_ ucatio:n. Music by c amip fires ' dusku skinned ed ., r -men A NEW INTELLIGENCE TEST pressJ'O.n. Betty was carr.yj:ng her e c Oir. si:lh ouetted agarlnst shadowy tepees and Groceries, Fruit laundry bag up the h!ill (they a.re so 6:30 P· m. Junior group mooting. •ail1·d t a:ll swiwing trees .and 'Over .all he.av.y) and two OT three of 'h eir gfrl Yo.1mg ;pe.o pfo's discussion meeting. the mO'o.n. But ~.t isn:t .an Indian A New Tale of old Peru friends were with her. Gf course as 7:30 P· mi. ·e vening union oorvice dance ithiat .is so named but the an:nu.a.l (Fil:l blanks with mimes of faculty and Vegetables. Try .is O'ft.en the case a kind young man in the Christian chiur.c h. 'fall ;party to be g.i ven bY' the girls meim.beirs, ) <1f:fered the la.dies a ride ·and the.y T~ursda!, October 13-, .at 7:.0 0 P.. m., 1 in Eliza M:org,a:n. aind Mount v(iT.non Jill was a lit tile Freshman g.a.y, accepted. As iG would be difjjicult choi-: pr.atice, a.nd 8:.00 P· m., prayer ; Halls, Saturday, October 8. Invite.And Jack, .a Sophie sprinter, fo,r anyone to tur.r4 ,a, car .aT<JtUlld on a m;eetmg. / tions ihiave be'3n issued and .the gentle- An<l tih5s is what occurred;' one cLa.y,hill, let !4one a model T ford, they -D. & ·Coad, Ministeir· ! .nierf are begin.ruing ;;0 wilt.ch with One cliay in eanly · . Phone 115 - 114 drove around down town again to get I e-age r gaze each~ m.a.i1l delivery. Th ey start.e<l up th.at long, steep - -, I turned around. Just as they turned. CHRISTIAN .CHURCH \ -· - -Soo.n puffing from .their labors . .. --------------~ t he corn.er by the post .O'ffice a tire .Services for SUJ1d.a.y ,• October 9 . INDIAN LEGENDS IN An•d o.ften stopped, th€iir ~ungs t°' fi ll, 1 ~===========;;;;;;; Wihiile chatting wi;th thefr - -- . became fiat __ __ wd~ ~y g.o t ont lO:OO .a. m. Sunday sc.hooil. Song THE KINDERGARTEN. (Qmte p-0pular and b:elloived theiy j RADIO SAL'ES ·& SERVICE and walked up the1 hill a seco.n.d time. service, hed by the orch~i;tra. Re- . -Tu.bes TR>!Sted Free By ever.y' college "pard", 'l'oo had, Betty! member ·thiis is Ra.Uy Day,, and help 1 This yea: . the kind.ergarten room 1 II A€1ri.als Erected And eV'€in\ by the iiacu'lty us .atvaii.n our goal . , of 1the Tram mg School will:I have HANEY MILSTEAD We.re held in higih r.: .) H-0rse back riding is ·becoming 11:00 a. m,. cihiurch s'eirvice,. ~ I mu.ch to interes t t•hie gro:w.n-up ias well S·o up .t.h.e - - - to1school they ~t Phone 215 qu,ite popular here of late. T.he greiat6:3.0 p. m. Christi.an En~ia.vor, l as the .l ittlle ;fellow just starting the / That fateful morning. esti di>fficiUJty in riding horserback is 7:30 p. m. u.nion service in this lo.ng process of ediuc.ation. Jm trJpp.e:d. and to the wailk was sent for the rider to connect with the church. Miss McOollum expects to work 0<J:t Witih10ut a bit of war.ni.ng. sad<lle in the shortest length CYf time . . . 1 a p.roject of Indian 11.egends and I.n15c Pra te Lunch 15c Qui et sh.ei fay where she feJl down wiijh the least possible force and at ~~~ \d.ian. songs tha.t h a:d their origin Fountain Service Altho 'twias grow:ing !late; tM> exact time thati the hors.e had the. ~ : ~ among thie ln.di•ans that were found, And Jack, with troubled e.yes of- -, .... ~ERU CANDY· SHOPPE same idea, Not at all did'fi.cult ___it · ~CalS in the Mididie West .d ur.ing the early Saw she had st.ruck her Prop. D. D. Keefer just takes lots 'O'i' ipTacticle ___ _that is I days. He, mu.c h eixcited, ra.n .for a.id ii you are able to "carry on." The first we~k of school the cere(For ·he cou'd not awake her) . . monial begi:nni.ng of the day, when Miss Helen Brooker, Omahia, was the Indian .brave awiaikes the viUage An.d quickly g·o t whom he cou,ld get, Waitch out men, t he invitations for The but~her and .tih e · . I calile,d ·home ?n, Monday b.ecause of at sun-rise, was taillight. .Ailso the the Fall do-rm party a.r.e here so get Thr. > iy worked .awhiJ_le to bri.ng her to, on y-0ur b~t smiles for the1 girls will the, death of ner mother who had cer.e moniails of food and shelter were Get a Hot Lunch With many a, dou.bt and fear. t :aug•m.. 'LL A portron · of_ f oo d , as it is be doing th~ngs u.p right this week. be.en ill for some t.ime. But Jack, .a brave of old Peru, After That Game pre.pared,, .ha.d to be b.urned. in the You freshmen boys be loyaJ t.o your Shed not ·o.ne single Because of Hl.ness .Miss Marie fire whJch cooked it. During the BROWNS EAT SHOP class and give thos.e little class mates And soon Ji1U wias all rig1h t ag.aJ,n of y-0urs a break! becalUSe these .upper Schind.ler reibur.ned to ,h er ·h ome, l<ast ceremonial of the sheater, the tepee (At leiast, said Jac k, she 'acks' we.U) Phone 63. Deliveries at 10 p. m. week-e111d. was erected. class girls "has ways." But it w as best th.at she1 go home, .Allong the ledg.e in the kinderg.ar- ; I So. they t:ook her i.n a Shedly te,n an Indian sce.ne has been bmilt. Ruth METHODIST CHURCH G.ladys_ Ruddy and J Though our notleis were inadvert- A u b urn,.. W .1'll mm . Ok ren.t , H am•b1tlr g,. .A is formed .b.y a hiang- •~-..,--------""!""-------------------. dark blue. sky, h.il / antly omitteid last week, we .are anx- I E R . k W . m g c:;urtain, w e oak ):>ranches . LATEST NEWS! . . owa; ugene . ar1c , eepmg · d :U 1 · 1 1ous to know a!U tihe J\iethod1st stu- W te . n N ls W· t ..,,.~-n I a.n sma c umps ·Of ever-green make I -'L--~ h. • .a r., .1:1.0.n · e on, a son, .p....,.,.ou11, 1.· t• f b k th State Journ.aJ d'111·v~red to ou doo dents Jn l?l:.fW<JU. for t . 1s year, and w·•i· K.n DuB ,. . K •th~" .... a rea11-1s 1c o.rest . ac ground fur · e · ~ · ~· Y· r r IJL la?Il app, oas, el W oue, 1 .IJl Aiit d f h 1 f.or nnly 15 ce~+~ pe~ week want you to come a;nd fi.nd your place A··l.. f h . VI age. one en o t e edge a ,~ u.µUTn were among some o t e . FRANK LARSON Pho 121 with .us in our various churchi act- 1 . k d . . ·'L j sma~l tep.e e has been p~aced, with In-ne a umm woo -<en 1 v1s1tors o.n t,.e cam. . . Allso agent for Curtis Pu.blicatio:ns 1v1ties. We allso desir.ei that those of ·p .us. The.y wat ch e d t h e f ootb"<>l.l'. dJ.an figures grouped .air01U.n:d it. 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'I'reasurer. elected as The following gil'1l.s were . girls, council members: For outsJd~ west east side Esther Ostra;nde·r , si'Cl-e: Qpai Gaines., Hellen Gilbert;; ~v e, F or d•orm;Jtory nue, Mildred J o:d1?'. . Alf.irst flo or, Eva .Kimsey, .LovJSa b€• .t ; sec >n·d fl.o~r, Marian Cat.ls.o.n, Rose Critbfi.eld; third .illobr Marian Dil[er, Edna J.arman. / .Mrs. Dunttin g g.ave .a viery i.aspiration a l taJk on t he qualifications tha.t every g irl .must hav·e 1iO. 'b,e a "one · / h U,llodl·edi-peroonter.' S h e brought •out too neoess.ity for phys.ical perfectl'On , men tal fitness and ~oy.alty to the ' high sta:nsdardsl set ·f or us ib y Olll.I" parents and s.choo1. . A cl ever 1pl a~·Oe.t clo.se d ;tche mee.tmg. It pr·esented t o tb:e freshmen the y e m·'s c-0ming events.

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The .disa.p.p·ea ranc.e• of thei Qu€oen'S down.. Thie .attempt .all) p lace kicking I .neckhc.c has been t hie subject of for the extr.a poi.n~ fai1led. man.y no veil s .and, p1lays tfrom the pe n ~ ·.Leaidii:ng si•x to nothti.ng theJ Bobcats of romantists. But no.ne of them he.Id the Warriors j,n cih.eck for the hflS wrapp.eid t.hris his1lork robbery i.n rarnaii:nder of the qua1ter. s uch myste.ry ·a s Sam J anney in "The k ' The sound,ing of the .time eepe,r s1 Black Fl aming.o". Wie suspe.ct .one .a:nd tihie.n the other wihli!;tle at the ope.ni:ng of the ·fina - there se1ems to be o·verwhelming p.erfod fonind t he ' 'Gillkeso1;1 coached" proof a.g·ainst each s uspeCJt,, but wh.e.n .~eve.n.1 ke.y·edi to their highest pitch. thre reveolabion c·omes we a1>e thrilled lnsptlr.e d bIV t he ir firsit ton.ch of the beyond measu.re and also reo!Leved that ou,r first su pici:ons were wrong. goal line., the Bo'btcats launched .an.Man,y blame Marlie Antoinet (e .for othe1· dri.vei, wit1hi Harris and Hatcher possessi.ng so magn'iffoent .an or.na- againi toting the imflat·ed pig.s kLn. The memt whitle the ;people were st3rV- li.ne open•ed ihio1e~ for th eir b2,ll-carrii.ng. Many admir;e her sense Oif beaud the bfocking backs, Mtiller . se!Iecting . 't f h d .m ent· e.rs .an . ty tn 1 · or . er a or:n.,. . f the But .adl wfll agree that this pi·E~io.us a nd Go.i t, were tal~mg care 0 . / t;r,i.nk.e.t h ad m uch to dn wi.1'.h· chang- MidJa.nds .e;n,ds in grand style. I-~.arns / ing the h.istor.y of France~ ;"<lJminiutive bacildiel.d acei'' for the Prese•nt a.nd past Peru.vians are in- · Bobcats, on a fake reverse,, wriggled vited to joiin i.n 'bhe search for t he ' thrn ~lhe leit side of Mi.dla,nds line historic neckJ·ace w.hen .t he P.~iru Dnn- ! for fifteen yards, to place the ball matic Club preseirtts. "·T h.e Black on the six .yia·r.d line. Hatcher c.ar- \ Fha.miing o" Homecoming, Sa;turd•a,y ried the b.aU across on the fo llowing j · aft,ernoon, 0 .citober 15. W e defy .ainy- f p!1'1Y ·f or the second tou.chd·own. Haro.n.e to name the .lihief u.n.tiil the ;pL3y ' ris ·di·op-kicke.d the· b·~JI t1hll'u the is nearly over. c.rosshars for t her •e.xtra 13th point. Midfan.d's t.ouchdoV:,n c ame in the FRIGHTEN•ED FRESHMEN? la,st thlr.e e m truu,t es of pl.ay. After I rec·eii.vi.ng. the Peru kick off, an '.! with ' B.ei.ng ia bo.y also has jts disadvant- I the br.(ll agai:n, in the.ir posrnss.i.on, age::., and for once th.e femjnine memr ! t hos.e warriors oipe.ned .up withi pa.ssbers of the campus can stand bac.k ing •a.ttaok that swept !tihe1:'1 d·ow.n; the 1· and exh ale :a. sigh of relief, oa· 1f ·fileJ.d and .over the gpal 11.n·e for the t hey .are capab>Je, to chuckJ.e a la extra poii.nt., to m a k:e the scor.e sit.and, Snpra n·o. 13 to 7. (A duplicat:e of ilast .year's Yes, sir! being of the m asc1t1Jline sex g.ame o.n the M'idla:n.d fie ld.). isn't a[l it's cracked u,p to be, especiCoach p i.l keson inserted se:vera~ ly if yo.u h a.ppan t o be a f1~z shrnan. s wbstitutes in.to. !the 1 i.neup in the 1ast Tb.e upper c'lass men a1'e certainly a h !l. lf, with eiac:h one .making a cred.i th,omoge.neous g roup and ran ce1 tah ly aHe s h.owing. Thoe en.t ire Penll line I make the most lonesome forget tile deserves c.onsideraibJe me.ntio:n, in the p a.ngs of home s1chness. T.h:eir m ~ Lh - way they 'functioned th ruo.ut tihe 0

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(Conti.o wed from first p age.) s eilb as wehl $ O'bjects maale b ,y the c.hri1d.ren. Ribbo.ns weT'E!l g.iven :for the best ar ticles o,f sie:warng, objec.ts made in \ mainual a r ts, arrangerniellt of flowers, dresse d d'olls, candy, cake. vege•.a.hles , \ fru.ll, and pets. S ome unusu.~i d.i.s-pb:ys l-n.c lu.ded a tatble .o.n which true a;~o -mechanics c~·ass hla<l arranged the parts of an a u t.omobile e.ngjne. S'ome t nys of twe.nty-fivei years ago, exhibited hy the ki.n·derg:arten, and a display of geo.Log:ica!l .speci m ens loaned PY Eula Johnson. The p et s, aJt.lwugh somewhs.t subdued by the hand and the throng, attr.acted mu,oh attenitli'on. The dogs :-\' . c ats, chickens, :du.ck:s, .an-0 r abbits dr~w a continual crowd. Espe.dally ENTRANCE TO MOUNT VERNON HALL the very yout.hifwl were there, pausL ong years ago, before the state d €dded to have Norm.a/I Schools, o.n ing /tong it'll1.0ugb at ce-rt ain cages to give spectalflor.s som~ clue .as to the oct is nmique to say t h e 1eiast. The.v game. Th:e ba.c,kfield, lied b.y Oa;ptain t he site of Mount Vern on H.all sto.o<l t'he flirst callege, a church sc.hool, owners. c·ertaioly hand ou.t .a i·.o.yal welcome to Homer Hatcher, aiffo·rded se.ver.a;l fin.e Even the Bobcat made his aippearthose who h av.e n ever .been further · thri~ls for the bleacher ·fa:ns thru which w as d.istroyed by fire with oinly the ap.artments oif Mr. GiLhert sur- a n ce, but -a sig.n 'Beware' amply pro<' W~ v fr~m h'O me .t han around · th out the game. tecte;d the pul:>lic. co1.'; e·r. ''How nice!" you say. W ell, The mu.sic orf the spirited college i viving L11e blaze. This e' n tr:amce and s.urrou,nding • ro'Oms w.eire bu;Ht T he f.air showed tha't\ among the in this is a free wu.ntr.y. bi>.n<l., with the st11aiins of "The Old fluture citize.~ of, Peru wi)l undoubt.. An.y w.ay, as I was saying, the Gn•y Mare," (pra.nCiing down t h e j 1897. The runing room ain.d ot.hel· aidditio ns came a1J .a, !later id.ate. Mt. edly be tale.nted and we\1.1 prepared second d ay after registration the , fie)d) seemed to i.nstHI thait .old Peru members ·.o·f m a n.y professions .as me.n p l.an.ne.d nn info1·nH1.l campus ! 1 Ve rnon entrance for th.ii t.y-three years was the ·only dormitoi'.y !PO.rttia·l round up, similar to. those of tile I we• ll aa ibiaippy, depe.ndablle, and re1 sourceJfuJ men a.nd women . west. (all .the yearlings)· The o.nly / welcoming did g r a ds. In 1929 Eliza Morgan Haill was compUe1Ieid .001 the .no ·rth., diffe.r.ence is that the campus rou.nd

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PEDAGOGIAN PERU, NEBRASKA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1932.

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Bobcats Ho5fs to . Home.coming Alumni. IPERU GRIP MEN

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moon by a golif ball .As . ., J L .- dmlitted d th th ' th t young W 1\ltallll, r. ,,,.. a For Quality ma.de its. revolution aroun e e ar ' a . I . 1950 and tll,at 'he b e f th to t his schoa .m · ; the various phases o e moon were ' · b all ..~a~ of that ye.a.r. on :the :fioot - """"'"'" and Groceries, Shown. Wlli am (,ai.U) Thomas w'ho wias a student fo• Per.u l ast ye·~r, sent a card and Vegetables. Try Because some o:ll thie chddren had .f California sbati:n,g that he . d th rom h pus for ,naver seen how bu.tter is ma e, e wOU1ld be present on t e c.aa:n • third grade social science clasli de- Homecoming. He h as ~ spending ciilJ.ed to make some. the summer on t he Paoific Coast. •· F-00.ds We Eat" .has been ~he recent 1Un:it :of work i.I~ this clas,s. The ·, Phone 115 - 114 butter making e1xperimi€1lltl arose out ~ o,f the. study .of .dairies. Mem\bers of the class brought milk --Published Weekly at Peru State Teachers Collegeto sch~ol. It w.as churned illlto b.ut- ~·""'..--""::::,,..t-~..- ~-...-:::><m­ Fntcred at the Postoft'ice of Peru, Nebraska, as second cl.ass matter. Sl.00 t.eir and then molded. The children Hair cut 25c; Shampoo :Z5c Bob P.unches hurt h is h a nd in fo·o tcarried sandwiches spread wi:t.h the Nice line of Hai.r Qil Cheap butter to •the gr.ounids hack of the .ba,Ll prax:tlice last week~ s~ D.a.na the Year-5c single copy. BOBB KNAPP trainci- bu.ildJing. Henei t hey had a Snider is taking his place m i the On the pa v:emenit :niext to picnic and proved the sudcess of d-0rmitory kli.tchen, Swanson . H all .Aftler spending the ,week end .at their experimeait. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF --------- - ---------- - ------ M. FLORENCE MARTIN thiefr homes, Doriis Wfeih b, Paw nee P'aeultoy Advisor ----------- - ----- - -- -- --- --- - -- - ---------- J. W. Tyler and Emma Hunre~er, Hlumh ol~t How to make its play house lar- City were inju.red when their ,c ar wreck~ STAFF ASSOCIATES ger is. a pr<>blem Which the first be.tween HUllllboldt and Per u Jd-0ndaiy · Albin Larson g 1~ade. is attemptlin&" to so.Iv~ PHILO-EVERETTS Wilma James Si,nc,e t he children .need mor~ ro·o.m morni.ng. The car w'hkh t hey w ere : passi:n,g suddenily swer.,ved out i nto , Get Your Pinsp Now! Anne Jens'ell -- ---- - --------------- -- - - -- -- - --- -·-- -- - -- Haney Milstead t hey .hav.ei idietcided to 1b.uild :a.n adthe road. To avoi d striking i t Miss ~ .Sp.e cials on School Suppli'e!S d/iUi-0n t o thei.r house. They :a.re f~ Carolyn Ca lder -- --- - - - - - ---- - ------- - - --- - -- -- --- -- --- - Irene Andr.ews planning the kitchen,. It will be made Hunzeker ~as for~ 'to tiu.rn i nto a at Ml T,llnes. U. js as importten foot ~tch 1bleside the r.o.a<l:. ant to kno.w w,h ere to buy,, as -Marg.aret Winter ------- - ------·---- -- - -- - - - - -- - - ----- - Dorothy Eckard orange crateis and covered with Miss Webb sufie1'€\d •an eye inj ury . .it is to k.no'W! what to buy. hr.own p aiper. The room will have a Thelma Arm Broly.er - -- - - - ---- - ----- -- - ----- - --- --- - -.- - -- Roland Edie doo.r and wfrnd;ows .but -the c'hild~n Al<though it is .ver.y serious, doct ors .report she will .not l ose t he si g!h.t. · · ~ t..will Wilma J a ck~ ______ _____ __ ____ A1le:en Cox ____ ___ ________ ____ Fred R o h rs .have n-0tJ yet . de:e;i.ded -how "' ·r Miss Hunzeker is rep'orte;d to have 1 make them. A st-Ove a:u.u some c1-1 s had _a ib~oke\11 bone in one. hand be~=============================-- are a:l.so to .be co.nst11u.cted. side.s sJight internal i njuries. It tak-ef! a spark to start a fla me. S'chool spirit, the, kind .y-0u want in (Where your m one'J buys more) t he .M'iss Peterson ente:rta.ine.d Eleictio.n of officers for t'he eighth your school is w:hite1hot,, roaring, co.nt.?.g;ious. It em)Jr.ac;e;s every student . members of the libriary . f orce o'l it makes ever,y fe1low t hink that sc.ho.o,l .acti vities a r>e wo r.th supporting, g,r.ade b1•ought th~ followmg J'les~lts: Thursde.y eveni.ng at th~ c'Wcken di npres1dent.; Harold Fish. . t h M th di t Church and stu,die..s worth keeip/i:ng. u.p, and te 1ms w-0rth playing on o.r chie,ering for. J oh.n Rhodus, . .d t M'o t Gene I ner g~ven ,m e e o s · er., . v1c~ pres1 en ; n e . Dr . .B . . K Baker of the educat ion Bub if we haven't that kii.nd of roarin.g-.filame spjrit, ..remember this, th.at ·White Elephant Lunch Games, Secreteiry.; Lloyd Jo·nes, treas- d . .......,_ t add d th p Kli .an auto cylinder won't explode without a sp;airk plug a nd that thei bii- urer; Lo.nein Dunto:ni, rep orter. .With ,ep.~r~uC=ln'-' t. e t e tieru • 5c Hamburgers 1 uu a 1 s .Das elme;e ngts ,. H e gest char g,e ·o f dy.namjte in thet world< w on't, go off wijthout a cap <>r fuse. the g.llliidlance ~ theae leaders the wams (Buyem . by the sack) ev o.pmein in If your sc'h-00J h.as .a load .of dynamite but no detonator,, how ahou.t .b.e.in1r .class is looking forward to a year of spoke o,n 'Recent Ice cream Cold Drinks worthw,hilie .ac.t ivities. Psy chology.' t he spark yourself? Be.tt er r...t, how aibout rounding up a whole groµ p ' The regular, .annual student drre£t - · ·- - - - -- - -- - -- - - - - • of sparks .and .thein atU explo.diing togiether'! You'J; .be su·rprfaoo at the OT!ies w hich giVIEI t he n ames, classi~--""'...~,,.._,:;:::,,..._..~..,..0::::::..--~ Ii , fication, home and Peru ?1eSidences way the- fl ame wm spr l:'ad! Dry Cleaning-, Pressing, Rew ere ;is.sued l ast .W ednesday. The Pet'U has that d.,vnamite so aro use those. littile spa,r ks of lo.yad.ty that . 'paiJ'b;).g, Hats Clean~d; Block. lJ II ! ree .distributi:on Qf these idiirectories lu rk in your heiar.t an.tl start the explosion t.hat WliU causi a r aging, vast Peru CJea.pers A Tailors ~,.:::;:,-,..c;;::,,.,.-~-...c;:::,...-~-t!!!-~ t o all students a:nd residents of Peru fl ame:_ A _flame that will proclaim to all Homecoming Alumni .a~.d visitors 1. A. CE.JX:A, Prop. as well as t o . other interested persons tl..ll.t ':Peru 1s t he same yester day, tod ay a nd tomorrow so f ar as pieip. and Bernard Galloway is coach at I.r epres.nts a heav y e xp.einse which. i.s . Phone 62 Dorchester, Nebraska. ·\made possible t hrough th.e adve rtisin g. ;,.._ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _...__..;:( e nt husiasm ere conc:erned. Eugene Rarick is coaching at . Weeping Water . William ArmMethod1st Church 9:45 a. m.- Church . School. . \ strong is superintendent there. ·~ __ 11 : 00 a. m .-Mornmg Worship. . · - 3. E. 'FORSYTH. Sermon : "Seasons of the Soul " ,. Emor~ Priefert, for~er Peru Prep I (J. W. Henderson, Pastor) Music b the choir · coach, is now coaching at Table . . , . - , . Hardware, Plumbing, lleatiog Services Sunday, October 16. ti . Rock, and is a teacher of Manual 6 . 3 (} PY m --J . · Church school at 9 :45 every Sun- 1 · · · umor g~oup mee ng, ' Arts. . also young people 's discussion. / · .. .. • Electrical Supplies day 7·30 P . m .- Even·n . Thmornmg. · l f · th . i g umon ser- 1 Marie .Johnson is also teaching at POT BOILERS GIVEN AS I N I•T JA I, ere is a Pace or you m e vice in th Ch.· t ' h h ' T'able Rock, Nebraska. TION PLAY school. It is to be hoped that every , . e ns ian c urc : : , . " . . _ __ member of our church will take on . . Thursday, October 20, .chou pracBessie Gillen is teach1~g at Lin. . " a new interest in the life of the t1ce at 7 : 00 prayer m eetmg at 8:00. coln and Glaays Ru~dy IS a memThe f?rty-two peop!e wh o _ ha d .. church and resolve to attend oftenCome to church; enter to worship, ; ber of the Auburn high school fac- 1 been ad1u~ged ~amat1cally ~Ifted Service wibh a Smil.e er this conference year. depart to serve. '. ulty. . were rec~1ved m t o probationa~y RIGHT-A-WAY students are cordially invited· to · Zoe Nicholas secured a teaching m embersh~p at the Peru _Dramatic have part in all our church life - - - - - - - - - - - - - - · position near Nebraska City. Clu~ mee~mg ThW:sday n1~ht. . Shoe Shop ' while t hey sojourn amongst us. Ca therine Rarick coaches draOrn Feiguson, vice-presiden t , m Preaching service will be at 11:00 ' matic art activities and music at mask and robe, administered the M. C. MEDLEY o'clock. ~~~~""'>~.:::;::, Brownville, Nebra-0ka. forma~ oaths. ' The evening service will be in the Ruth Shelley is a member of the t ~~ m;r~duce the new member S · 0 Christian Church, the schedule of Auburn school s stem e c u a group of ol der memRev . Dunton making it imposs1ble JUNIOW HIGH FOOTBALL · . . Y · . b~rs presented, " The Pot boilers," a to carry on with a regular alternatWilli11:m Knapp teaches ~atm and h~anous one-act comedy. The .&. E. rDHNSON, D. D. s. ,Jng of the dates. Three football teams have been Dra~atic Art at Du BOIS, while I mirth produced by the actor s. charThese are the days in which ev- formed by the boys of the Junior Lomse Sonderegger takes care of \ acter portrayal, as well as t he lines, X-RAY SERVICE ery v.qter should be studying his cit- hi'gh school. Thirty-three boys are study hall - ~uty. 1proved truly a good mixer. The PHONE 36 izenshiP' to see if it is "worthy of in the class, so everyone has a perH~rvey Nickel has a position at I c ~st was : the Gospel of Christ/' manent position on a team. Endicott Nebraska. Director .. ....... _. . .Joyce Grubb Homer Hatcher and Ralph Mason When Loretta Harpster went to I Mr. Thomas Pinikl~ Sud ..... . are directing the fall practices. All Alaska to teach this fall she left I · · · · · · · · · · · · · . . Willard S h u m ard Christian Church activities of plays and games· are to a vacancy in- Johnson high school,/' Mr. Woul~by · · . - ...... Bill Hauser lead up to the major sport of foot- which was filled by Dorothy Deer- Mrs. Pencil . . . .. .. - . . J oy ce G rhbb <Loren Dunton, Minister) ball. This makes the game itself ing. M~. Inkwell - . . ... . .. Paul Landolt The church school is equipped to the chief motivating factor of the Iris Hamel is teaching in Tecum- ~ISsRiulvory · · · .. . Dor othy B renner meet the person's need who is seek-1 boy's physical education. seh Nebraska t·~r. er . . . . . . . . . . Geo. Haskins in g_ to find reality in his spiritual Football helmets previouply used ' · Mr. Ivory · · · · · . ~ .. . Truxton R outh life. Professor Norwood teaches by the high school teams have been M a rjorie Arn secured a position Gus ...... . .... ... J ohn wheatley SURGEON AND the young people's class. This is a·t t provided for two teams. in Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Prof. D . J. Nab or s s ponsor of th 9:45 a . m . i Jane Casey is teaching Jn .John- club ?ut lined t h e y e ar's work an~ PHYSICIAN Mr. Dunton is preaching a series I The J.un;ior and senfor .h " h h I son, Nebraska. . explamed ma~y things to the new o_f sermons from the Beatitudes at ig . sc 00 . Ev~lyn Skelton secured ; a posi- m embers.. B ills advertisin the Phones, Residence 28, Office 7 the 11:00' o'clock service · which m~nagem,ent c~ass .a.re. taking u.p tion m Hays Springs, Nebraska. Homec?,mmg p l ay, "The Blac~ Flashould be very helpful to students. I emq.uette ·a nd hospitality. T.he last Catherine Wolters teaches In m ing a , were distributed Christian Endeavor offers ex- proJe.ct was..the s;eirving of .a tea. The Western, Nebraska, and Gertr ude B Atd. the c~ose of the ev~ning Ada I Hours: 9 to n and pres~ional opportunitieS-be there \next ;pr~jeic,t wiJl be :t.he correct dress Beauchamp at Avery Nebraska. ra Y, Ruth Hawxby, Jobil Wheat1 to 5 a t 6 . 30 p. ~· for a hiigh sc.hool g irl. The fifth Leot a Da vis ig at Crai Nebras ley and Caralyn Calder served hot I

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ple that h ave appeared f 1,0 m time to ; Popo --- - - ---- --- -- -- Thomas Collin plays durin g the last three' . . . p h . Gav1ochie - -- - - - - --- -- Robeut Sa.yer Iyears. arts for t e l.e.adii were g iv. . en out .dur.ing summer school and Rossange --- -- ~---- - - V•irgJl Bugbee work o.n the heav.y parts was well ad- Vi1i agers, Hange1rson, v ~1 gaibon :1 s, Ek. vancei:I before rehearsals b~a n. Joyce Grubb, Lorene .Mpothart, Wil1time -in

~~~~ I Al pha ~u . omega, honorary You can fool some o:f the people all of l\ m a t hemat _ics fraternity, me~ Monthe t ime. and all of the people some o.f the d a y ev en1_ng, October 3, Ill ~he t ime, hut t he rest of tbe t i me they w ill mat hematics room. The followmg make f ools of t hemselves . officers were chosen for the year: c ' I P r esident, Virgil Bugbee; ViceLuh plans for the following meetings THE CAST p resident, Nadine Andrews; Secre- :-Vere made. Thei group was divided Felipe Bodier - -- --- John Wheatley ;i.n:to t~o parts: each to have charge of I Nicole - ----- - ---- - - - F-rances Copes Or a: "Pardon me, Mr. Sprag~ but tary-Treasurer, Ora Ferguson. The aim O·f Alpha Mu Omega ls some rnte11-estLl!g meieting. The first Clothilde --- -~ ---- - Ge.rtrude Flinn last n.ight your daught er accepted m y t o develop and promote interest in grou,p willl plan for one the first Bo.urie.n -- -- - --------- Georgei Kuhl proposal of marriage, I bilv-e called the study of m athematics and to week in November. Trigau d - - - -- - -- - ----- G1en Sha.fer inves tig·ate subjects of mathematiTh thls morning to ask if there. is an.y in- ca l interest that are not presented . ·e next !11ee,ting will be held in F1iancQis De JJUSsac -- GR10 rge H· s kin in the classroom . Meetings are held M~ss Harveys .apartment wihere she Eugene De Lussac ---- Or.a F e•rguson sanity in your f.am;ily." every two weeks when a program is . wiJl sp·eak on .her trip this summei·. Di a.na De Lussac _ Virg inia Milstead Mr. $yrag.ue: "ThR,re rniust be,'' con ducted under the leadership of Charlotte De Lussac ---------- ·

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Yo.1:1 g irls who know much ab«llt V (/ th ose football technicalities and ·can't ,! · namembe,r · w.hat Gilkeson told you in (f r, Chapel .might take a. co.py' of t'Qe. ~ed- <:::> ~ - ~ ~~-"">-~ ! agogian along to tbe :homecoming Th e 8 en'bblers- Cl u.u ,_ met o.n Thurs- , . Peru students a.nd fr.ie·nds who en. . game and try· to forgeit the o.rw. elev- d ay mg . ·h t a t th ei h ome of th ep.r . f ac- !Joyed Gock Robm, Childnein of the enth. that of coursf:'<. we _kp.ow interests . M rs. B ak e·r. M'oon, , u It y a d visor, . · The I:vory Door, .The .R:o.yal you, and conce.ntrate ,on th.e. other Alth o.u g h th e c 1u,b JS . s t art'mg ou t F.am1ly a.nd othe,r plays gwen by the . . players... . 'th l f b t d't' ll dramatic dub duI11ng the past . , .,... • WI o.n y our mieim ers ro J 10na y . . . year We thmk 1t ·omy :1ia1r to the other '"h l1 t b v e sma es c1u on th · e campus ie\ach are promJSerl an.o.ther tre·a t IJ.n the me.n struggli.ng o.n. o.ut . 1n . t ense1y 1n . t er.e'3vo:: . •·-d Jn . or1g1na . . 1 Black Flami.n.go w.hich has be.e..n se. t.heJ.·e in tb.e ·one JS . cold ·and grims bre.oak.mg the opponent Wlll.t 1ng. . _ . )lected for the homecoming play. line fo r that one-eleventh. Try conAt ...,_. t h e f 1rs ' t me.eit'mg, eac . h one The Bia.ck Flamingo ha s all the. ~uJS, cent rati ng on the rest of the teiam a~d told abo.ut the type of writing in stirring elements of . .a Dumas novel see how Rt works. Reports of fa1l- which she was most. i.nte.rested. and is set in the .always fascinating 'Ne try to kee.p in line with the times and our pricsc ures will gJadly be published. A review of last year's work and · background of the Frenc,h Revo1uare right. See us for your silk hose. We have _the fun 1\ollowed. tion. Thie,r e are comedy and tragedy, "Rdlins r.u.n stop h'osli er.y ", also for your other dry goods Eac•hf member is a promi~.ing, young .m.yst~ry, mefodrama and romance all war.. ts. BETA BETA BETA aiutho.r . Watch closely! In t'he nea.r combined. , Phone22 --future .you may be neading some 1. The ~lay moves sw:iftly from one · Phone 2i General Merc.h.an;cUse• A meet ing of thP. T r i Beta honor- work of these ardent and earnest , mterestmg scene to an·oth:er. Fvom L. D. REDFERN ary biological fraternity was held young people. . 1~he moment ~he curta<i_n rises reve.al· in the f aculty r.oom at eight o'clock, mm a scene rn an eerie castle, mys- ; 1 P. S. E ts. we have 'an up to d:tte grocery store. Come in October t hird. C tetry, murder, comedy, duelo, romanr.e., I Minerva loo's brief me.e.tling conTh e o ffi cers f or this year were hypnotism, music, arul feats of mag-.ic ch osen at a special meeting and roisted in tlhe making of plans for the ---------------~----------------!. took their offices at the regular year's work. J3ecause of the small follow in rapiid order to a climax in - - - - - ·meetin g . Those elected were: Hol- number present at this first mieeting which a typical F·r ench Revolution l ~-------------------------------lis Hutchison, president; John election of officers was po.,,tpo.ned. mo.b arriv·es d•etermined to burn the. LATEST NEWS! Wheatley vice-president; Paul Lan- Favorite books wer.e d.i scussed, and . r.astle a.nd klill 'the a~istocratir. i~- 1 StJate Joumal d.€flivered to yo.ur d ao r dolt , secretary-treasurer. plP,ns madei :for a party to be given I mates. How the mob 1s :hwarted .in for only 15 cents peir wee)< After a short business meeting, soon. ' an unusu a l mann.e.r furmshes a fltFRANK LARSON - - Phone 121 1' Joh n Wheatley introduced the new __ " ·I ting conclusion. A!lso agent for Curtis Publications sponsor Dr. Winter. Dr. Winter Snappy .names, p.~p.y leaders, com- / Costumes,. properties, and a set de- 1- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - • g a \e a sh oTt but very interesting talk on t he large field of interest petent off)cer.s! In .a word Peru , s.ig.ned .a.ppr.opriately for the Fnench ,, r : .. in biology . He pointed out the fact Players h ad a meeting, wh.e1·ein a I Revolution period are being construe - I SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN tha t n o matter where- one is or gr.eat deal w.as accomplished. ted by t.!ie dr.amatic clu.b committees SPECIAL ORHERS PLACE ORDERS s wher e he goes, he will find someone Evelyn Brecht talked .and r.ead the under the supervision of manager ONE DAY .IN AJ)VANCE. · who likes t o s t udy nature . clu.b's co.nstitutfon for the enlig'hte.n- that were active in the productio n At t he cl ose of this talk the meet- ment of its en tire membership. last year of the period play, The Ivo PERU BAKERY lng was t urned over to the social Having been pr ~v ious ly divided r.y Door. -committee the r emain der of the ev- into four <:T r o.ups, Lhe membe.rs then The stage setting has •bee n edning ~eid ·ng us ed a s a get-acquai_nt- asse"1 1bled with ~hei r le.ider.s t P choose dev.ised to give the p1a'r afl possibl e eing per10 . 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T: · J:~~;01~ · ::::::: '.:::::::::: ~ : M:iss M.asheik had v~r.y :f.1in6 intoh .natkm, and eac.h of the t'hree.'.numbers P. S umard ... .. :..... . ..... 2 11 T. W.o odruff . . . . ..... '.. ._·.· . . . . 6 13 were· wel_ I ;interprete.d. . P. Whittemore · · · · · · · ··· · · ··· · 2 7 . 'l'hl!li program w.as. T. \\'.'arren .... ...... ..... '; . 6 9 A ·La Foi . ---------- Go1termann. P. Gilbert · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 7 5 4 B The Swan ____ .___ _, Saint Saens T . Sterett · · ... · · · · · · · · · · · · 5 7 · 6 · (f,r om -"The carn~v.al -,<Yif ·the aniDOUBLES · · m a.Js,n) · JTY HAVE JOYOUS TIME P . West-Shumard ... ... .. ... 3 2 c· Th H l , p. . FACUI T. R. McMullen-J. McMullen .. 6 6 , e ar equm .:...: ____ __ opper. I· ... P. Perry-Galloway ....... 9 3 1 (from.. "Sc.Emes , from ,. a .Masksd { (Conti:nu_ed from first. page~ ) T . L a i ng~ J. ac....,on •-.. ... ... 7 6 6 Ball'.' .. ) _ . · · · lWS of like fame. Miiss Tear gave a P. Wliittemo're-Gilbert .... 7 5 · 2 most enthusiastic' · soicialist sp.eech, T . Minter-Hendricks . . .... 5 ·7 6 · · . " . . b~t en<Leid .all .belief$ that she might Hot dogs will be sold by the W. A. ·L d h t.•t• l . b ....')T"'W c'ELLIST PLAYS AT ".HAPEL A. at all h'ome football games. The ' hi iw,e ciw.nge e,r P0 • 1 ica vnews Y '''"" '' demand for these sandwiches· was : declaring that she couldn't be .a r.eal greater than the supply at the last sQ'Qialist and t>alk wjth .a .iiu.11 st.omach .Miss Sy:lvia Machek presented a game, but larger quantities will be - Socialists .are always ·emaciated. ver.y fine oeillo p.rogr.am for convo- provideq next ti~e. Money ·earned One member .f1<om ie\l!Ch f-.amj)y was .c ation Wlednesday, Oct. 5. She was will be .applied on the trophy fund. required to make a poli'tlical speech 1 . f onth the .neiason f or '~AIS "'' v1ey.rs. . I se ttmg j Man.y .clever speec,hes wer.e made, all , THE PERU DRAMATIC CLUB · of which onJy makes ha.Pder for the poor vote.r to k.n·ow for whom .t o cast ' hiis baillot ri.n thle coming election. "Lion Tame.rs" were u.rged by PreTHE BLACK FLAMINGO. s.ide.n.t P ate. to sho:w true loyiailty to BY SAM J ANN•E.Y their organizatio.n. MT. Pate directed Comedy and tragedy, mystery, m·e lodrama and his sp:e.ech et;pe,cially to t he neow memromance, all combined in the fascinating background of bers an.cl.. urge d their. wives to enthe French Revolution. COLLEGE AUDlTORIUM courage th:e!ir .attendance. Did .Mt;. Hayw:aord bu.y a .b-owl of b:e.:>.ns to share with Mr. Kahn? ,Bac'hA.T 2:30 P. M. 3Sc All Seats Reservel elers !hav.e done such things! 4. Development of college mor1 a e 5'. . Loyalty. 6. Confidence and self-control. 7 Service a nd self-sacrifice. 8 Respect for rules. 9· Team play · 1 li · · 10. C ean vmg,

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Perhaps the most interesting . Monday, <?ct. 24-7-8, Kappa Ami.- part of the Dra matic Club play The Black Flammgo, presented cron Phi; 7-8, Schol~rsh1p Club; In a close and· hardly fought Taking to the air with a literal "The Black Flamingo" was not the I Saturday afternoon by the dramat- 8, Pi Gamma Mu; 8, P1 Omega Pi. conflict, the Elmwood gridsters de- birrage of passes, the Maryville presentation of f t , but i n the many ic club, under the direction of Prof. feated• Peru Prep by a score of 6 Bulldogs tamed a fighting , rending hours of bard work and planning D. J . Nabors, as a part of the Homet o Th t Bobcat eleven, before a large which were nec~ary before th~ coming festivities was a splendid. . . o . e ussle was devoid of sen- crowd of loyal Peru alumni stuplay could be given. example of a successful stage pro·. sational plays, but some hard, dents and fans to win the annual . The set f-Or the play was an ex- du~tiOJ?- · The pla~ its~lf, ~!though straight, football was produced. Home Coming tilt on the local act duplicate of the original set in n8:ibo.nng a few. his~orical maccur. Coach Edie's Kittens started the gridiron here Saturday night, Ocevery · way possible. The only acies m ~ome of its lmes, was a welfireworks of the evening h tober 15. change was in placin g the balcony fome ·~·elief from the hoard of prob- Jindra's Band Pep Leaders and Rally the inaugural play they ~0~~1e0t~ With an invincible Bobcat line behind, rat her th an in front of t he e~ ha~~ and the too freu~nt plot Sp~akers Assist ed a pass good for 36 yards Leahy stopping their running attack the small windows over the door to : ic a e:r:ripts to .hold a mir~or up flipped the oval with the ~ersatile Bulldogs resorted to the only ~cor'the· Inn. Much ingenuity was t~~o~~eu~:tr:~~~~g ir~~!ti~i~~~l With band music, cheers and Ve!vi~k on the receiving end. At ing avenue remaining open to needed to make use of t h e m ater- rich' or the suffering of the poor in speeches the spirit of a .. real th1~. Juncture, however, the Prep- them-the air. Early in the first la.ls on hand and to. keep t he ex- our modern world. Homecoming was stirred up in ev- ste1 s offense bogged. and Elmwood quarter they started passing and penses as low as possible. Th tt· Id tl h " h ery loyal Bobcat in convocation took the ball on their own 33 yard through the course of the game, Much credit is due t o Mr. Na- h d be se ting, afn dc~t e, w .1c Friday Oct 14 ' line. From this point the game atte.mpted twenty-five passes , a een rans orme in o an inn, ' · · · l bors. wh o ~oac h ed t h e. pay, an d was so convincingly real that for Coach Gilkeson and Coach Lor- assumed a different aspect as the eleven of which were incomplete, to th~ vanous comnuttees and two hours the audience almost be- beer with the entire football squad H~ffman ~oached eleven started a twelve were complete and two incorruruttee - m a nagers. F~eshmen lieved that the world was actually . we~e on the stage. The students dnve. stra1g1?-t down the field that tercepted by Hatcher, Peru Capmembers of the club put m many . turned back to the exciting days / cheered them as the curtains were culminated m a touchdown. Hol- tain. By returning the first of h ours on cost umes and scenery . . d. t 1 f ll . th t . drawn back "Tom" Co11ins cheer lenbeck, star half.back for the Elm- these intercepted passes, 50 yards, The outside expenses of the club \ ~~~;e 1:a~tlneo i~~~~- e s ormmg leader, lead ·the cheering and sing:.. I wood la~s, crashed over from the Captain Hatcher, in the second for costumes were· less than ten During the opening scenes the ing of good old Peruvian songs. · 4 yard ~ne. quarter, made Peru's only touchdollars_. The rental of some swords sound technicians became so ambi- Coach Gilkeson told of the team's E~rly m the second quarter, the down and the first score of the an~ wigs was extra .. The set was tious to create a thunder storm that condition. He expected to put be- Jun.~or Cats made another serious game, I;>ut failed in his attempt to bu11t from sets used m several for- their noise drowned the voices of 1tween twenty-five and thirty men scoring t hreat when Rossen, Peru place krck for the extra point. Less mer plays. Some of the scener~ has the innkeeper and his wife, John out on the field to play real foot- · guard, blocked an Elmwood punt, ~han two minutes later, interceptthe dates of 19~4 an d 1916 writ ten 1 Wheatley and Frances Copes, and/ ball. He gave two reasons why ev- I and Peru ~ecovered on Elm wood's : mg a .second pass on his own 15 on the back of it ;, There are pa rts Bourien, the blustering swordsman, eryone should be at the game : first 15 ~ard I:ne. On the first play I yard line the P.eru Captain, thril~f ,!Jle se~.s from T?~, Ro:yal Fa m- George Kuhl. However, after the to see a battle of a life time, sec- . Velv1ck kmfe~ through tackle to led the crowd w1~h an 82 yard dash cy an d . Cock Rohm ;b emg used. st oi·m, things began to be · really on d, to give the team the support 1 the 9 yard lme. The following up the field , which was · stopped . Dramatic Club members who are interesting. And when the nobil- of a good strong cheering section. I play, h?wever resolved the Peru ' three yards short of a second Peru m the Art department ?-ecorated ity, fleeing from the mobs in Paris, "We do not want . the team to t~reat mto a mere gesture as Vel- i touchdown, by a thoroughly-frightt he se~. George .~uhl pamte~ th~ came to the inn and asked for lodg- die for their school" said coach v1ck fumbled, Elmwood recovering. · e~ed Bulldog eleven. Unable to large sign of the Bla ck Flam.mg?. ing, they did not suspect that they Lorbeer," what we want are good The Ein:wood team failed to chck on the next four downs the Ot hers ma~e t he castle walls with were the intended victims of the men to fight for the school." He · make a smgle .first down in the Bobcat machine surrendered the (Contlinued ·o.n last p age.) plotting innkeeper, and his ugiy ; expr~ssed the hope that the spec- \ second. an~ third quarter, while I ba~ to the Bulldogs, thus losin g wife and the bragging Bourien. An tators would not start calling "But- I the .Peruvians made two. The their second opportunity to score, en tire family came at one time- tons" to some Freshman . on the B.o~kittens got off to . a~?ther aus- a~ the half ended, Peru 6, MaryEugene De Lussa c, a distinguished field. "Every man is going out to picious sta r t on the m1t1al kickoff ville 0. . . . gentleman, played by Ora Fergu- the game with a determination to of the second canto, when on a Early m the third quarter, with son, his son, Francis De Yussac, win," he said. \ r~v ers e , i:eahy returned the ball to : a series of well-executed triple George Haskins, and his two daughCaptain Hatcher said he expect- . Km.w oods 35. yard marker. Here, a~ di la teral forward passes, Maryters, Diana and Charlotte, Virginia ed a good fight with Mary- agam, ~he Kitten~ were penalized ville placed the ball deep into Fi.fteen Hundred Joyful Fans Wilt- Milstead and Genevieve Drake. The ville. Peru had won one, lost one, and failed ~o muster the scoring (Contlin ued ·o.n last page.) ness Hotly Contested Game m anner, · the costumes and the and tied one game in the past punch for victory. -j speech of these four people were three years. He hoped to see a real Peru a~herents were again Groups of excit ed, hilartous peo- highly complimentary to the char- crowd out to the game. hehartened m the fourth quar.ter, ple swarmed· over the campus to I acters they were portraying. "Tom" Collins then called on w en three con:iplete passes interthe a thletic fi eld. Cars dashed / During the first part of the first Professor Steck of the Music de- ~hersed by a line play, advanced madly t o choice situations, only to act most of the people in the audi- partment to give some things he e ball some 35 yards. An inh ave to seek fu rther for parking ence suspected that the play was considered important for the spec- \ t~cepted pass checked this final space far down a line of vehicles. going to be a bit too serious and in- tators to watch for . Professor , e ort of the P:epst~rs. Campus and Down-Town Decoraticns Th e triumphan t beat of the band volved for a hot afternoon. But Steck remarked he did not know · Elmwood tallied erght first downs Were Appropriate urged everyone to hasten to the along about that time Popo, Thom- why a music teacher should be as compare~ to. Peru's six, but six _ __ scen e of a coming victory. . as Collin, and Gertrude Flinn as called on to . talk about football, ~~ E~mrood s eight were made in Some very interesting decora The first view of the gridiron \ Clotholde, a 1789 flapper servant, but as the game had always been e rs quarter. tions have been ma de by rooming gave t o return ed alumni the feel- broke up the dignity of the occa- 1one of his. favorites he would tell . Ff~ Pe!u, Kels_o and Leahy shone houses for students in honor of ing of complete fulfillment of joy- sion with a high geared scene, what he always looked for in the m . e l~e, while . Hazelton and the Peru Home-coming. · ous a nticipation. With martial which in substance demonstrated a game. From his boyhood days he Vel~~ck impressed m some rather The winner of first place in th e step t he band was t reading the womans influence on an eighteenth had gotten the idea that all men ~e ~ocre ~ackfield work. Hollen- 1 decorating contest, the Collin path soon t o be taken by the play- 1 century man when she appealed to on the offensive team should be ec ' spmdle-legged Elmwood ' House on the Avenue spoke a ers. Ch eers an d laughter greeted his stomach with a roasted pig with down when the whistle is blown. ~ac~h bor~ the brunt of the attack I "Welcome Alumni" fro~ the porch the ears. Movem en ts of groups on / an apple in its mouth. Without getting into Coach Gilke- 0 ~ e wmners. ! which was artistically arrayed i~ the bleachers ca used rapid blendThe. hypnotism scene, with Dana son's territory by telling football ni hte ~a:°~ was played . Fri.day blue, white and green de.corations, ings of colors and designs. The Schneider, who had bee~ ~~ue.r- rules he would give this one thing / wd ~ 0 er 14• and a fair sized touched up with white flower-like 'fl.ame and glitter of the oaks wer e ading as. a priest, and Vrr~ma Mil:- to watch for in any game, to ~e~din viewed the noc~urnal. pro- . pompoms. Occupying a prominent blurred into a soft bur nished gold stead domg most of the actmg, pro- watch and see how many men are gs: The weathe1 was ideal. position upon the center porch post by the glow of the moon and the / duced some very tense moment~. 1 left st~nding on the offensive team The Lme-up: was a life-like "Bob cat," the floodlight s. · I Probablv the most interestmg 1 eacfl tim~ the whistle blows. Many ~eru (0) Elmwood ~6) clever work of a young student Arms were waved to coming ac- 1and finely_ executed sc~ne came ) laugh~. will be gotten. by watching elso Cc) .. . . L. E.. . . . .. . . Haith there. The blue-trimmed trees quainta n ces. Frien ds were called when the mob, led by Virgil ~ug- 1 the tncks. the offensive team use ~~~r .. . . . . L. T ... . . . . . Fellows ' next to the walk bore t he comby name. The gaity of the scene bee, the fiery Gavroche, broke mto , to keep gomg. qu1st . . L. G. . . . . .. . Wilson . mand to "Beat Maryville." The increased. Ithe inn. They were almost re~dy j ~~~e · · · · · · · · · · c · · · · · · · · · uehn boys of the Cole House aided in With t he rush of the t eams onto '\ to. do violence• when they v:ere I KEARNEY FACULTY MEMBERS G d n · · · · · .R. G .. · · · · · · ~1lk1ns achieving the pleasing appearance the fields all spectators ceased be- frightened away by the mysterious I PRAISE PERU HILLS Ko? . . .. .. . . . R. T. . . . Fleishman of this place ing an dividuals and became two . fiddler, Trigaud, pla~~d by Glen H~~~~~ · . . ... . R. E.... ... . Lordnz The boys ~f the Green House 1Shafer. Another exc1tmg moment distinct loyal compact bodies. Aweek ago four of the Kearney v 1 . n · · · . Q. B.. · · · · · · · · · Hall took second place. Here blue The ~heerl~aders p ersonifying \ came at the close of the play when ' faculty visited Peru. They were Levick · · · · · .L. H .. · · · Reeder (c) streamers formed a lovely backthe spirit of P eru b'y the blue and , ~ secret passage, disclosing the hid- ' enthusjastic over the beau~y of ~he p:~!~r · · · · · · .R. H .. · · · Hollenbeck grou~d for the white letter "P." white of their costumes, by the mg place of the dried up Bossange, I campus and the surroundmg hills. Offi . · '. · · · .F. B.. · · · · · · · · · West Out m the yard was "P. S. T. C." in eagerness of their voices, and by R obert Sayer, was un~overed, ~nd This is a hif?l~ly appreciated Ref crals. blue and white. On each side of t he zest of their movemen ts, swept . tJ:yt ;1Jstery s~.rroun~mg ~~\~g~ compliment coming from these facUm~7ee~harles Place. the porch steps stood a realistic the crowd wit h t hem into action . 1 c ~ ' ~q~: 1f:h:~~i ~ ic f t~ ulty members of Kearney for they Headr~ines~rei::_J C "Bob Cat" and above the walk songs and yells resounded boldly _erron ze 1 ed n e have one of Nebraska's best landAssistant Li ~n ames onway. hung an effigy. and confidently thr~ugh t1:e trees . mn, ~~s ~fa~k Flamingo will be re- scape campuses in t~e state, t~ough Gaines. n sman-Stephen O. !he ~udges of the contest were Eager f or expression of its emot d xt Friday evening Octo- of course they lark m natures .enMiss D1ddel, Mr. Kahn, and Mr. t ions the crowd hurled itself t o its pea e ne were man' who 1 dowments of Elms, Oaks and Hick- I Hayward . feet as Peru made the first t ouch - ber 21. There e erfo~ance ory trees. The new dormitory for women The campus showed the careful down Voices hoarse with strain, ~<m{d8 ntot datten1t t~o! who will I Among those who came were was recently ded,icated at Wayne work of willing hands which had rose ·in exultation. Arms were .:: gla~ u~f a!n a 0 ;;ortunlty t o see Miss Al~ce M. Robinson, h~ad of Normal school, Wayne, Nebraska. wound the light-postd with the ftung around the shoulders of I t his splendid production th e La tin department ; Miss E. college colors. The archway Ieadstrangers. Friends pounded each · Larson of the Art department; Miss I A new dormitory for women was ing to the girls' dormitory charmother. The band sounded n ew Dor~thy Williams, secret~r:yt to the J also recently opened at the Uni- ed the passersb~ with its c~,iored challenges. Even the freshman Campus News president, and Mrs. Elsre Eleake, versit y of Nebraska. streamers and its lettered Welboys ceased for a moment t heir acsecretary of tfa e extension. Many I come." tivlties of gum chewing. The failearl Hertz was called home due living in Peru and the a lumni will - Down town, Peru banners floated ure of the kick to make its point t o death of his grandfather. Mr. remember Mrs. Robinson , who was Elmer Hertel, superintendent and in the street, and various estabdid n ot dim the brightness of t h e Hertz lives a t Malvern, Iowa . Dean of Women at Peru from 1921 , football coach at Hebron college, , lishments expressed their cordial occasion. Leo Petri was called h ome last to 1924, when she left to attend the l Hebron, Nebraska expressed great · welcome to Peru visitors by atAt the end of t he half t h e usual week, due to sudden death of his University of California to do grad- , confi~dence in his team's ability. 1n I tra ctive window displays in blue (Contfo ued on last p age.) sister. He returned Sunday. uate work. a writeup in the Hebron weekly. and white.

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ed in th Every type of coin mint . e ; ye~r 1867 was shown in the collec· ti001 e.xh,ibited ·by .Mr. Fin~y Mason, Rogie.r Mason's gr.a.ndfather, to the •eig,hth graid.e. genera:! science d'.1'5s. .Mr. M•ason s,howed many rarei coms. Among them we·r e some gold twenty1.five cent pie.ces. Hei had the ten kinds of ,c;oins minted during 1867 ... th~ y>ear of his birth. Sever:aJ Amenca.n hailf pennie.s, some ·o f nickel and some included in tit*1 colo.f copper we""' / ..,., lee.t i-on. A chin$e dollar .bdll printed in the --Published Weekly at Peru State Teachers College-N-erw York banking h()!USe .c~ted muc·h interest.. American printing 1o;n1ered at th, e Postoffice of Peru, Nebrask"'... as second class matter. Sl.00 was .on .o ne si® and Chin.69e on the • othe:t1. the Year-5c single copy. ,, __ , --~ th Arr.ow heads, .bea,ds, and e.1JU1 .,.,e \were atpong the lndia.n articlE$ disED•TO~-IN-CHIEF - - ----------- -------------- M. FLORENCE MARTIN ·l}~ayed . . I • f . --·' -:" · ' , The demonstr.ation o a mac.J~u·e P'~ Advisor ------------------ - - ------- --------------- J. W. Tyler 'supposed to locate metals aroused the ' children's attenltion. At the. ie:I)d of STAFF ASSOCIATES the instrument various r-Od.s were I

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wabs hdield in room 211 of t he Former Bobcat Athletes on cam- trainer uil ·ng. Wilma Jacka ___________ _ ___ .Aileen Cox ._____ ___________ __ Fred Rohrs pus for -Home coming: The meeting opened wit h an inFrank Kerner, Coach Grayson, troductory talk by Miss Brackney, 1 Missouri; Kenneth Gaines, Supt. lhe faculty sponsor. She told the Crab Orchard; Earl Hurst, Asst. aims and e~lained the meaning Baptist Church (Where your money b uys mor e ) Q· coach, Wymore; Wallace Sugden, of the club. ~ I Coach Ruskin, Rollie Riggins, The club chose for their officers (D. S. Coad, Minister) ~~~~"" coach Shubert, Claude Math- t he following: Ethel Etmund, p r esThe . consciousness of work well ews, coach, waodbine, Iowa ; ident; Martha Pisar, vice-presidone is labor's richest reward. ·, High School Operetta Mathews, C'oach, Woodbine, Io~a ; dent. Hollis Dodd, secretary a nd White Elephant Lundi A kerson Adams· Jack FlSh treasurer; Celeste Sabota, socia l Services Sunday, 0c t ober 23, are work will soon be started on the GI en c • . '. · as follows· er, Asst. coach, Missouri Valley, Ia.; chairman; Dorothy Park er, proSc -Hamburgers . High School operetta, to be given Emil Wicina, Wilbur; Elmer Hertle, gram chairman. (Bu.y~ by 1the s ack) 9:45 a . m.-Church school. early next semester. Although Hebron College; Bernard Galloway, Cold Drinks I ce C ream I 11:00 a . m.-Morning worship. early in the season, the work must coach, Dorchester. Art Garris, TeGirls' Club Meets Sermon: "The Completion of Per- be :.mder way, as it is to be given cumseh; Harold Peterson, coach, The girls living outside t he Dorsonality." Music by the choir. f . Bellevue, Kans. ; Duaine Sams, mitory met in Eliza Morgan h all rom manuscript, and few copies coach, Wisner; James Conway, Au- Wednesday, Oct. 12. Mrs. Dunnin g Dry Cleaning, Pressing, R e6:30 p. m .-Junior group study, a.i:e available. burn, Fred Rickers, Supt. Blue explained the rules governing the also young people's discussion. This operetta, "The Fete of the Springs; Harry Niebel, Supt., En- girls of the dormitory and appointpairing, Hats Cleaned, Block. '7 :30 p . m.-Evening union ser- Fireflies," was written by Robert T. dicott. ed a committee to draw up similar Peru Cleaners & T ailors vice, place announced at morning Benford, and will be given under' rul~s for all girls outside t he dorProp. 1: -A .. CEJKA. service. mitory. .. Thursday, October 27 , 7:00 p . m. his direction , assisted by student Jennie Mardis, Cook, 90, who met Miss Ohlberg, the school nurse Phone 62 ' -Choir practice, and a church fel- te<4.chers. with a serious accident in late t ,,. th d f ..... summer and has been in the hos- gave a a ..... on e nee 0 o userv' lowship. The cast will include the Juni· or ing the general rules o f health pital at Nebraska City, was able to and Senior High School Girls' Glee return to her home last week. She asked ev_e ry girl to report any Clubs and the Senior High School Miss Leona Boellstorff, Peru illness immediately, not only fo r First Methodist Church J . E. FORSYTH~ Boys' Glee Club. The leading graduate, passed away at the sana- ~er protection, but for t he protec h torium in Albuquerque, New Mex- tioMin.0 f other:S on the .campus. Hardware, Plumbing, Heating (J. W. Henderson, Pastor) c aracters are not as yet chosen, ico. Two and a half years ago she :.s. Dunrung explamed t he Art Even the world rejoices to see a but advance announcement will be l ft f · . / Craft club to the grrls. Elect rical Supplies young person "making good" in made to give all who are i te t d ~ . or the san~t_ormm. Her conprofessional avenues. But Heaven th ' t ·t t n res e dition became critical Sept. 17 and I . ( ·1 rejoices to see young people "make oppor um Y 0 see the operetta. did not recover. She died Septem- I Freshman Initiat ion ing good" in the one big thing-ber 28, 1932. . ~utton! Butto~! No, d ea r r ea der, ~~~===~~==~===~ LIFE. Columbus in youth and in manIt was while touring Europe in ~~IS not ~he ancient nu:sery game There is no institutional influence hood was realistically portrayed by ! 1929 that the deceased contracted using all the commotion on the : - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - better than that of the Church of the fifth tirade, October 12, in the ' the illness that resulted in her campus. A c~re~ul observer <or any Service w.ith a Smile the living God, to help young life high school auditorium. .' death. freshman) will mform you that RIGHT-A-WAY into the stage of making good; "Life of Columbus" was the dra- ' --is . ~erely ~he _upper-classmen r ethat is why we maintain our matization written, directed, and) Paul Armstrong '3·2 is teaching I ceivm~ their right ful respects and Shoe Shop church school and services. We acted by members of the fifth in the San Francisco college of em- com~~ents from the lowly f r osh . M. C. MEDLEY will be delighted to have every one grade history class. The six th I balming, San Francisco, Calif. It Vivid green ~aps are t he only take advantage of this offer. grade students were honor guests I is a twelve-month course and be- gompulsory articles . of apparel, but ---------------~ The hours of worship for next at the presentation of this play. gins November first. ? the freshme11, singly or c ollecSunday are: · Max Rogers and Dick Clements, , He is to teach Practical and tively: the word 'compulsory' Ch~rch school at 9:45 a . m . open- ' a~ announcers, demonstrated bud- Theoretical Embalming; Gase An- doesn t half .express it. O f course, A. E. IOHNSON, D. D. S . ed with special music by the or-1 ~mg t~lent as masters of ceremon- . alysis Funeral Management. ~he penalty lS severe for not wearchestra. ies. Dick was a1so the boy Colum- 1 --mg the CaP-or for having the bill X-BAY SERVICE The preaching service at 11:00 , bus in ~he play. David Wornock Miss Ruth Shelly, music super- turned UP-Or for having the bill PHO.NE 36 a. m ., opened with spirited singing accompllshed the characterization visor in the Auburn public schools turned down-or for not p aying by the choir of young people under of the adult Columbus. Hope Car- recently wrote words and music for homage to the awesome upper- · the faithful direction of Professor ter, ::is Isabella, and Ralph Hays, a new school song. Mr. Jimerson 1 cl3:S8m~n-or for aI?-y reason, howBenford.. . Ferdinand, held important roles. superintendent of the Aubur •, ever slight, depending upon the The union service will be held ·in Robert Lehigh gave an excellent in- schools, says ·that the music is ex~ mopd of ti:e lordly individual in h is the Baptist church, with Rev. D. terpu~tati~n of th~ old sailor. . ceedingly peppy and the son will se~on,d, third or fourt h year. S. Coad preaching the sermon. In keepmg with the subject of undoubtedly be popular withg the S~veral first year men will testify We .hope that all the readers of t~e program, Wilda Hazelton re- student body. (as they take their meals for the this paper are · already assured cited the poem "SaU On.'' Miss Shelly secured her 'degree n.ex t few weeks otr the mantlethat there is a welcome for you at Costumes and stage settings were from Peru in 1932. She majored in piece ) ~hat punishment is · sure thls churoh, and a standing invi- designed -by the class. They also music. She gives credit fOr her cally with l!IUtt erings of "Wait 'til tation to our services. perform_ed the necessary mechani- 'success to the Peru Music depart- is generally accep t ed philosophical duties. Hazel Niles was the ment. capy with m u tterings of " Wait 'till PHYSICIAN INSTALLATION OF student teacher in charge. nex t year." _ DORM COUNCIL -TAX _ _ __ __ Phones. R~dence 28. Office 7 1 "You didn't make that!" will TRANSFER Service in AND p 0 -probably be the exclamation made eru. To .and from The girls of the dormitory gath- by parents when the second grade """'-~-~ · · ~uburn, Nebraska City and other Hou.l's: 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 ~red in the Recreation Hall for the boys take 'home the objects they ~~~ owns. . mstallation of the dormitory coun- have just constructed. FR•ESHMEN GIRLS CALL CHAS. WILLS ell, It was a very pretty and effecThese articles made in the free "We don't . INITIATED. Phone 67 _.·J' tive candle-light ceremony. activity class are carefully built th l give a h a ng for a ll =======::==========~~~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;~ in~~Y ~~l~~~gtho;ened the 0mf eteht- The children are b~ing trained t~ cl:ss~f:~~:sJ~~r·gi~ll t hhe upper . purpose e persevere until their work is a c- th - l e a a n g for dormitory council and gave over curately m a de and finished in de- fr e ~pper .c a~~en fo r we are t h e . the light _o f leadership to Florence tail es men now. Martin, the new president of the a· . , j Perhaps you c an fig ure out a t council. The other members of the dre:r~ld Claiborne s a?d Ray .An- I for th ese words; tlhe freshmen ~e School S upplies council were led in by the escor t wort~y ~:e~~barrows lS especially I did, but befor e t he week was ~ve: Fou ntain Pedn's end Pencils, Remington Portable a nd pledged their loya lty, coopera- h as designed ~e~~~~:~ h~~~e B~~~ I rey w~e ft~ced t o s ing another Typewriters. 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Ga ly bound new books Wftlose j Following the Homecoming game title/ fascinate, musty, drab old Saturday evening the crow~ swarmbooks whose names hold a secret ed ii:t o the. b~g gyn:nasmm first Prof. A. L. Hill, head of the charm, books of adventures, ro- showmg their little brown footballs ma thema tics depa rtment, is chair- mance and travel- these Y . w. at the gate for the annual ~ome­ man of the· m a thema tics section b ht to ·ts meeting by means coming- dance. The first st~ams. of meeting of the stat e t eachers asso- ~o~g k the orchestra under the direction 1i ciation district m eeting; which will 0 A 0 ~ rev ;w~mance one of the of Mr. Shubert, chim.e d out, al\ld be held in Oma h a , Frida y, Oct. 28. adve~t~1?es o of a cast~way on an the crowd o! .students ana fo~·mer Prof. C. A. Huck, supervisor of island, and a third of the conse- stu~ents waitm~ fo~· the music to ~athematics in the demonstration quences of the marriage of Chinese begm salli~ forth. mto the dance high school, will give a paper on and English were three types of floodr tohen fJOYf ad very pleasant hour Ge t · th s . an a a 1 o anc1ng. ome ry m •t e econdary school. books c~osen. by Ma~tfu.a Pisar for The music was very good in that - her readmg llst. A distinctly mod- h ll f hos and re echos Every Supt. SpenMr Ledger of Elmwood ern short story "The Departure" a o ec , . . - . th . l will be toastmaster and Miss Nona by Selma Robi~son was read by one seemed t? enJ~Y eID:Se ves, would ever lose control of them- di dnt' feel like pa ying a dollar so Palmer, head of the commercial Maria n Garlson. . wh~ther d~ncmg or Just lookm.g on selves to such extent as to actu- I eould see th e game. She wouldn't department who is completing a Devotional service included the while talkmg to so~e old fnend. ally come to . bl~ws. Only shows even put me under her coat .be- master's de_gree at the University , scripture reading by Mary Russell Ev~~ at that late time on H?mewoman's independence _and . the.Ir ii.acukseets Mt~~eMe astehc·epwndsscoallfetcetredMtihsse of Nebraska this fall , will be th~ and a vocal solo "My Task" by Lora co~mg th,;re were old . friends song leader at the Peru dinnei;, Dickerson The song service was shouting, Well, buddy, it seems 1 tenden cy to take men's Pace m G ockley sold them · and .he· mi~h·t which is always held in conni ctibtl led by Ge~evieve Drake. great to see you ·agatn!" followed t he world. get wise. Hon~stly, I just about with the · district meetin~ . of the The duties and responsibilities by a hearty hand-shake. .. . broke a shoe-string when I walked state teachers •association, the din- 1of the cabinet members were exAt eleven forty-five when the I?ast Mr. Mathews.. I just .acted 1 ner being held .t his year at the ·plai·ned and gi'rls who wer·e not on lights blinked that the close of Catherine Colbert locked h er key l ~k e thre coup l e b e h m.d m: .:--. . . , a d my Cornhusker Hotel. . . th e d ance was near th ere were committees were asked to help. in her locker then undertook to t icket . . . . . . _ It d .d d th t th y W sighs of disappointment for every . · . ,, . . ' - · - ·was eci e a e . . find someone to get it out for h er. ~as Mrs. S_teck ei:ribarra.:;se~.? Oh, Mrs. S . Waugfi, former dean of 'would select some girl in Peru one must have their beauty sleep, She was advised t o find the m an ~~t buid G . 01 t Jist sat~ He~o 1 women at Peru; Mr:s. Nellie Schelee whom it would clothe and have as you know. _ _ _ _ __ who cuts the gr,ass and sh uts t h e 1· i y, f 0 . ca i you t ave he r;;a · - 1· Vance, former critic teacher at a "little sister." CHADRON NEXT mgs o a regu ar ga e-cras er. Peru recently chairman of the windows'. and he would h elp her. From my place ?n Mrs. Steck's : Linc~ln y~ W. C. A. building ~omChadron will open the conferWonder if she was successful? lap, I could see pretty well. The rnittee· Mrs. Major all of Lincoln How to best serve the individ- ence schedule for Peru here (Oct. bleachers were pretty crowded so I ' . . ' • ual girl and how she, herself may 22) in a night game. The Eagles had to give up my seat to a young , :'ere Peru visitors the past week. serve were the problems presented swooped down upon Wayne last Gwen Yeakle is recovering nicely lady because she couldn't very well p . p rt ' at the Y . W. C. A. meeting, Wed- week a nd gave them a 26 to 7 from sitting in a m ouse trap, when sit on ari.y one's laps tfu.ere. Th,e aJama a Y nesday, .October 1~. . scalping. in a vain effort she undertook to Things were pretty dull , what Th e p aJama . . Adoption llttle .SJSter With their first taste of a conpar t y wh"ic h ·brmgs d · i of fa th · t was · see the freshman b oys get paddled with both teams focussing their at..: to upperclass g·irls memoirs of oth- one .ecis on o e orga~iza i~n . ference victory the Eagles will be t he other night. tention on the center of the ath- ! ers attended in the pist and the The ~irls will choose a wor thy ht- shar.pening their claws for the let ic field so I amused myself by i pleasure of again renewing friend- tle girl and work together for her Bobcat game. watching the cheerleaders. Seems /ships and meeting old acquaintan- benefit. . . . -----The dorm girls fi n d it ,a great to me that the old grads could do ces, and to freshman girls marking T~at each might have help m Girls Dyeing In Class shock to have a whole bed to them- ·a littl~ · yelling when . ther came_ the end O·f green ribbon days, was s~lvu1:~ her personal P.rob.lems ev- · some ~f the girls in the Clothing selves. Really when you put three 'b.'ak:k mstea d of leavmg it all to . given Friday night in the recrea- ery . gnl was as~ed to indicate . her class decided that they would like or t otrr people in a h alf bed some.- Marg and Gertie, and the boys. ! tion room of Eliza Morgan Hall. c~oice . of a topic to be u~ed m a to change colors. so they dyed one is just bound t o n ot g~ t enough Along in tfa e second quarter I . The cour£room scene with the de- discuss10~ group. The subJects se- their favorite dresses and really if sleep. Yo.u ~e~er app~ecia te any- heard a commotion _a nd. bless m~ if 1fendants,_fre-~faman girls who had lected. will be anqounced_ later. you didn't know .what had happent hing until it 2s ~aken from you. one of Peru's men wasn't runnmg viola ted rules which the council _C hairmen of the .var10us coi:ri- ed you would tfnmk they were new pell-mell for a touchdown! And h a d .given them appealed before mittees told of the differ.e~t duties dress. See if you can recognize did he make it! Well I'm telling the sclemn and exacting judge, they perf~ri:ned. Each ~irl w~s any of them on the ca mpus. The dramatic department just you! The kick wasn't so· hot Marjorie Mendenhall. After taking ask:ed t o JOm the .committee m can't understand why Mr . Jindra, though. Guess the . old pig-~kin the oath, "I promise to tell the which shew.as most mter~st~d . Cottage a.nd ;1ig,ht hou.sie.keepof all people, didn 't donate a couple "kinda" got too· excited. .A nyway truth , the whole truth and nothing Marth~ Pisar, by descnpt10ns of of violins-one t o be . broken :UP there we were with a touchdown but the truth, so help me upper- new boO~{S ?~e had read made .them ing rooms for rent. So11;thi of and the other to be parnted white and nowhere to go but ba ck to the classmen,'' the trial proceeded in app~ar mvitmg to her audience. Bapti5t church. - for the h omecoming play .las~ center of the field. legal fashion. The ignorance of tl;le Marian. Carlson read a..short stor~; week. Some people are certam ly Guess r wasn't the only ga te- freshmen on such matters as dat- Lora Dickerson sang My _Task. Mrs. Ad<lie SeweO.l que-er . . cra~faer! I got to looking around I ing, remembering names, placing \ The script ure was read by Mary again and over on the other side of \ various things in bed, forgetting R~u=ss=e=ll=. the field was Pete the llorse, hid- p art of their costumes was apalling. '- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Faculty Dames Enjoy Party dep behind a tree. Wonder how he 1j At times ·the jury questioned their , ·could walk past Mr. Mathews! And responses which were very vague ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP . there was a photographer planting and unrepresentative of their knowWhen you are pleasant we are satisfied The husba nds and a number · of ·a camera, all ready to shoot. Guess ledge. Placing of cockel burrs in All Work Guaranteed other f1ien ds of t~e Faculty Dam~ if they got by no one should tell on beds, (for further information on I enjoyed a Hunters Moon party m them. the -best place to find them may be Phone 109 Phone 1.09 J.P. CLARK t he Home Econ omics r oom of the Pete just doubled up and gave tfue secured from a nature study stu- 1 t raining building on October 13. girls the horse-laugh when they dent, Helen Claire Mullen) was conMrs. Marsh assisted by Mesdames r come out to play football between sidered inexcusable. When asked Benford, Clements, Hill, Lorbeer halves! "Honestly," he said, "They if she had had a date with a cerFor Quick and Accurate Re~erence and Steck, made :UP t he commit- didn't know one goal post from an- t~in football player "S?ottie': nonon all facts concernin..:; words, persons, tee for the occas10n . They pre-, @ther." Really though, I'd like to chalantly asked, "which night?" places, you are in dally need of sented a great variety of ol~ fash- know who it was that was running Another freshman girl couldn't ioned games .for the ent ertainment around with the suitcase! Mrs. \ remember the names of fellows she of the guests, a nd enthusiasm \ Dunning said it was a sketch of had talked to. The girl friend of waxed high _in contests and .table \ Coacf\:l. Lorbeer, but does he love. the presid~mt of Kappa Delta Pi, croquet, pmg-pong, dommoes, red hair? wanted a date defined-Well Forhearts, checkers and rook. \ Mr. Jindra sure has a snappy rest. After much discussion it was A table beautifully decorat ed band. Boy! Oh! Boy! I felt like decided that each freshman girl with an eerie jack-o.-lantern sur- Margie but of course I didn't dare should receive some punishment ad- J rounded by ta.11 black a nd gold turn hand springs! This is I . T. but ministered by mea ns of a wooden t apers, held trays of delightful ?c- · l\4'1'. Jindra was the only one able instrument called a paddle. Court / The B es t Abridi;cd Dlc t lo nory because it fs tober dainties, glasses of spa rklmg to get a rise out of the crowd. Say, was dismissed. 1 based u pon W E DSTE R'S NEW I NTER· NATION AL--Thc "Supreme Au thority." cider and cups of fra grant coffee. when he plays the college song, The remainder of the program He rc ls a c01ilpunlo11 for your hours of Mrs. Hill of Cr et e, mother of they all stand up! _ c?nsis~ed of a st~nt . by the new reading and s tudr. tha t will prove its rea l valu e ever y t me you consult it for Prof. A. L. Hill, was a n out-of- town we sure had a 'fine bunch · of fel- girls m the dormitories. A vocal the wea lth of read y Information t ha t guest. lows backing up the line. I ain't Isolo by Lora Dickerson and a piano , is in stan tly you rs. The year books for th e calendar much of a pro in . football, but let · solo by Jeannette Barrett. 106,000 word s on d p hra se s with cl efi n i tion s, e t y m o l ogies , p ro nu nc i ayear of 1932-33 were distributed me tell you Homer Hatcher can With tne fir~t notes of the ortions. a nd use fn its 1 , 26B l'•s • •· 1, 100 last week to the m embers of the smell pig ski{i a mile. He was un- chstra all the enmity of the past lllustratlo11 s. Incl ud es dictionaries o biog raph y ancl geo g r a ph y ; rules of run c tunt io n; use of c npitoh, Faculty Dames Club: These ar- der it everytime. Guess that's why . week was forgotte~ and freshmen nbbre vlat lo n s, etc. ; a d ictiona r y 0 fnr ois n phrase•; nnd othe r tistic creations b earing a mon- h e is captain. And can Peek kick? 1and upper class gir~s returned . to helpful specia l features. grammed corner in black and Boy! and he has three more years their former. ~riendlmess. Durmg SP.e it at your Colleoe Bookstore or Wr ite for lnform,ation to the Publishers. Free specimen pages if vou white are neatly typed . " t o go. Better than Tolly!-We'll f the dance Dixie c_ups were served. 11ame this paper. The frontpie ce reads : Grateful miss Tolly. He sure can . buck a As the clock cl::nme~ twel~.e and acknowledgem ent is m ade b y t h e .mean line, and how! with it came .~he strains of ~ome Program Committee t o Miss P a J?ez, . We sure had the game cinched Sweet H?me, th~re wer~ lovely Miss Irwin and the student t ypISts u ntil the last quarter. It , was a a udible sighs and mto their c~ests for their help in the preparation sh a m e to lose 7-6, but take it from of memories was locked the PaJama =-=!~~!!~~)JJ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ of this yearbook." m e the game was sure some game. I~arty . / =::... The Dames Club has· been in ex · F --------------------------------: tsten ce since 1925. The m em berd Y. M. c. A, NOTiES his high _.of:flioo. He next presente_d SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN ship includes wives, mothers an g-0vernor Roosevelt and comparerl his SPECIAL ORDERS PLACE ORDERS si.sters of faculty men and the __ 1 • te t' ..... p oHtical tr.a~in. ing Mth !tf" ait of presANCE. married women of the facult y. Another extreui<:,>y nn rcE t.nig me.... " ~· O~E DAY IN ADV Meetings are held each month of dng w.as 'held last Wed.nesd.ay evening. idenill. the school year. In September a .Aihout twenty six .young men took Du.ring the course of hiis ~l~ Prof. PERU BAKERY reception is given to new dames, part in t he short :devo:tfo nal whlch ' Kahn .also compared the p.oitic1es ~nd and to the unmarried women on prec€jd>eid: a very iinterel)ting talk by 14o ~me e xtent the .lissu€Jl as p.ut 1 the faculty . An annual party 1s Prof.. Kahn conc.e.rruing the merits and forth by t'he Rep.u1hlica.n and Derr:o- •. _ _ _ _ _ _.;__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _i given for t he husbands and a fam - de.-mer5115i of t he two .major .candj cratic parties which of c ourse ~n- 1 ily picnic is held in May: At dates for president of lfohe Uniited clu.ded some discu.ssioni of the tamff Christmas time some bit of philan- States. Prof Kahn. h andled his 8111b- and general eiconomic i.ssues. thropic work is carried out by the jeict 'in a sc,ho;larly and fai r-minded After c·o.ncludO;ng ,his t al k, M_r. THEY ALL LIKE "JEWELL" cl~e r egular meetings of the ffilatThner. He fiJrst analyzed the! liife .Klaihn· called for qu ci,stii0.nls shsuld SMOKELESS COAL club are held on t he second Thurs- a:nd poJoitticaJ background o( Pl'es- thel'e be any. A n.um.ber of the men day a fternoons of the month. A ident Hoove.r .and p oinited aut those respond;ed. sewing party followed by a social J>articular phasa9 of his experience The "Y" inv1t es anyo.ne who ~s iinPeter Hold·o rf, Mgr., Phone 48 hour with light refreshments 1s and train~ng tha:i; have proven to be ter~ted ouf to the5e programs. espthe usua l pr ogram for the meet- either detrimental or beneficial in ecial!ly t he men of the" sc.hoo.l, ings. The membership for t his A gate-crasher sees m ore and You •OD fool some of ~h e people nil of gets more kick out of a football tbo time. and nil of t h e people some o.f t h e game than does a person who pays time. but the rest of the time they w ill a dollar at the homecoming game .,ake fools of themselves. between Peru and Maryville. Take for instance Kitty Feline, adopt·ed ' progeny of the G. Holt Steck famWe don't believe the upper class ily. Ask her what she thought of girls will have any perm anent scar& tf:1e tghamceat~snm deoswhe.,;~1 tell you "it: was e from the fray this last week end "I'll tell you how it was," Kitty but there cert a inly are some ten- co~fided, Mrs. Steck got all ready der spots. Who would . ev.or believe for the game a nd at the last min·. . " . ute t old me th at because of . detha t our dignified co1lege girls pressi·on, wh a tever that is, she 0 ~~

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