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~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!!I'="~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Shakespeare Appeals suPT. M. c. LEFLER 'J . 1 coLLEGE LIBRARY ESTIMATES Miss Tear Attends 1Ism SPE Ourna S ANNUAL CIRCULATION S T I to ummer eachers II Supt M. c. L:::, :: Added at Peru s;,,,_,;ght thou.,nd nnd ,;ghty Columbia University PE.l\U, NEBRASKA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1925.

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sc hool s a ddressed t h e students of Peru on Fri d ay , June 12 Durin g the I t hird period he spo•k e ~o the c lasses on .education , at convo~ation to the

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Experienced Journalist Employed for Fall Term

,peare, was presen ted by the Dra- e.ntire student body. These inspira-1 . . . The . above estimate is the r esult of Miss Grace Tear, professor of methiiatic Club, Thursday evening in the tional talks on education were apPeru will offe r a course ,m JOUrn al- a n effort by Miss Jesse Glass head Iileft immediately ' preciated by a ll. • ism next fall. The course is espe- brarian to secu re some knowledge of o'ds in teaching, Mr. Lefl e r is a P e ru man in every I cial.l y ~esigned to he!~ te.achers wi.th . the exa~t number of books circulated after helping with registration to atsense of t he word. He graduated their hi g h school pubhcat1ons. It will, by the library during one week. On from the Peru N ormal a nd received however, be invalu able to. anyone .t Monday morning several weeks ago, hi s deg·r~e from this Teac hers Col- wishin g to enter t he field of journal- all those assistin g· in t he library were . l ege . For a number of years, he was ism. as ked to stamp a record sheet for a member of t hi s fac.ulty, bein il' prinPresident Pate has just announced' each book issued b y the library to cipa l of the Prep school and assistant that he has employed W . Russell any student or citizen. This request in t h e department of e>d ucation. Kin g as a member of the English fac- was carried ou t with all accuracy J Eig h t years ago he left Peru to join u lty t~ beg.in his du tie~ in Septer:nber. posisb le 1until t he library closed Satt he Lincoln schoo l system. Mr. Lef- Mr. Kmg IS an expene.n ced printer, urday evening· of .the same week. The ler is a loy a l a lumnus and is as reporter, an? school teacher. Be- result was a record of a total circui)ro uc] of Peru as this college is of fore goin g to colleg e, he. was a jour: latio n of one thousand five hundred· him. neyman .P:.inter. He. made ~is way and thirty-two boo ks during .the In his lecture to the students of t hro,ug h colle.g e runnmg the hnotype wee k. This week being considered ed u cati on , Superintendent Lefler machine and the press. He is r ated. an average week of circulation, the s h owed that e duc a tion is only possi- ·a s an expert pressm an, arid carries mating the annual circulation. So Audi tori um, June 11 . This was t h e computing the weekly ·circulation to te nd summer schoo1 at Columbia Uni<econd showin g of the produc t i o n , it hie where there is g rowth. F or i!Lus- his union card. tration he showed the unfolding or Mr. King has. worked on sci~e of months etc. We find the estimate Miss T ear h as her master's havi ng been presented as a b.udget t he c han g in g cycles of child life. At t~e larg er d~ili~s. of ~he So~h. ~t reaches a total circiulation of sixty~:~~~:~·from Columbi a and is returnevent on April 9 . no time is the child a little ma"'.' . or Richmond, Virg inia, aeon, eorgia, ·eight thousand and eighty books p· er t k · B.1rmmg · h am, Al aing for the sum me. r ter~s 9< wor on · . Alt hough t he April presentation a littl e· woman , needing more ",. of At1anta, . G eorgia, d Roanoke Virg ini a he year.. . . . her doctorate. ll'as considered a marke'Cl success, w h at h e or she has, but at all times bama ' an . . '. This estimate IS not claimed to be Miss Tear who will be back at · worked m the mechanical department . · 11 t ' those seeing the performan ce for the needing a g uiding and directing .. H . totally exact, but 1t 1s an exce en .P eru in September has charge of t he ;econd 't ime dec lared it to be even h and to help thru this growth. To of the da~he~ · e Twts· on~e p~es~- , indication that the P eru Library of/ methods co urse in 'the department of oetter. be of the greatest service t o the child m1an ffor .t1. e ~ctohnth e egralpl · d . .e1. is some .forty thousand volumes second ed uc ation The ·summer courses, er a1 1es . . . Miss A. Hazel Tay lor. the dir eoe tor, in this 1unfoldment, or to b e a rea I a so am1 iar w1 th e sma 11 rea d an d which are· crowded with t ff f·' th . best m the state, 1s we students, are t t having been on e s a o e . . . f h ,, to be congratulated for the s u ccess teac h e•r, is one o t e grea es Gainesville, Fla. and L a keland, Fla. certainly do es not ex1~t mthv atmt.h ha ndled by C. A. Sp acht, Mrs. Mae .M. of the play . ac hievements of life. · · · It is well to ment10n a · · ese Beck, Mrs. Mae Morley, and Miss f . I t' . I cl about Students heal.I·n g this lecture could p apers. And as a journeyman printer· The settin g for the comedy was 0 1 he worked on several country ·"week- fi r:ures cnf·cub a kon me u e · Elizabeth McColl um. . . · three types 0 oo ·s. First this inoriginal and artistic. The costumes realize t hey were in the presence of a maste•r teacner. By noticin g· his lies al.on g theDAtCianticFslea~doardFfrom eludes t he ordinary stack books were beau tif ul. The characte•rs with· b. W ashin gto n, . . to on a. or a d . SUPT. J. H. BEVERIDGE nut exceptio n were well portrayed. in spiration a nd love for su Ject one . h th . t ' . la tat Uni issued for two weeks 'USe, secon it ADDRESSES PERUVIANS c ou ld realize why Mr. Lefler had year e ran e prm m g p. n ·h. ' \ includes the Junior room books \ 1 THE CAST versit y Of Florida; and d.unn g is co . h'l d d. ma n f> himself n atio n a lly known in t ct a d a pted espec 1a.llv to c ' rcu in g of 0 h lege co urse was always connec . e ., 11 'd also 1. ·sued for · Sup t. J. H. Beveridge ma a n Ol·der of fl·rst appeara n ce ' i' s c h o!"en line of work. two wee k s use, wit h the · college newspaper, having " . .0 • b k k gave four addresse•s before t he stu~olinus, duke of Ephesus_ Olin Elliott At convocation Mr. Lefler showed been c•ditor for one term. All in all and third it includes th.e oo s .nown dents of t he Teachers College on June .l\egeon , a merchant of Syrac•use __ t hat t h e respo nsibility of . teachers he comes to P e.r u with a know\e·dg e n.s reserve boo ks which consist of 18 and 19. T wo of these were general --- - - ---- --- -------- Welcome vVills was g r eat. He illustrated .his )p oint of the press that rnv1tes respec. . . t reference texts, novels, phamp hlets talks at convocati·o n whi.le the othei· Gaol~· r - -- - ---- - -------Ward Shafer (Continued on fourth page. W . Russell Kin g h as hi s A. B. from and bulletins fo1: class r oom wor~. two were on topics of speoeial in terOffi cers Mark Delzell , Harl and Taylor the University ·of Florida. He has T1hese books are . JSsued and called rn est to the stud ents of education. An tipholus of Syracu s e _ _J e re ~ic k~l EIGHTEEN GIRLS AWfR.DED . worked approximately a year towards on two hour p~nods thruout the day. Superintendent Beverid g e is one of A Me rchant ____ ______ Arlene Ritchie ·THE COVETED "P" his · masters. At present ' he is at- 1 Th e co llege library offers other ~~- J t he best known leaders in eclucaDro mio of S y rac u se, serv a n t to Anton din g the School of J ourn alism at porti.rnity for the student and citi - tional work in the Uni ted States. He tipholus ______ _ _ ____ Cec il Coatney Ei g h teen li;?tters were awarded to University of Missouri. For the past . zen 's re~ding .other t~an the books h as been president of the Nebraska Adrian a, wife to Antipho lus of members 0f t'i .e-· Girls' Athletic Asso- t hree years he h as had charg e of whose circ ulation has JUSt ~een m~n- State Teac h ers Association a nd head E~ h esus - ---.-- ErnestinMe · 1aRobertson c i ation. ~atmg d Pate b the En glish d epartment of Leon tic ned.d T.he bound cl b f magazine. t he c1v1l war of the ·clepartment of Superinten dents Luciana, lwr si s ter - - - - 1 re Th e g irls received their letters Y cn unty hi g h school , T all ah assee, Flor- from, urm g an e ore an d Prin cipals of the N. E. A. His Antiphol us of Ephesus, twin brother ear nin g points in the different sports: icla. Rememberin g that T allahassee to t he present time num~er several work in ~rgani zin g an d improvin g of Antipholus o f Syrac u se soccer, volley ball, basketball, base- is the capital of Florida, one may hund red vol~mes. ~he~e include the t h1;:· ge neral work of t he Omaha C l arence Grandy ball, track, hikin g, swimming and conjecture that h e• is a teacher of most expensive periodicals and the schoo ls is kn own and studied thr.u Dromio of Ephes.us , hi s se rv a n t a nd (lan c in g . ab ility . In 'co ll ege Mr. Kin g was ac- I be£t reco gnized ones in the da~ of the entire co untry. Pe.r uvi ans are twin of Dromio of Syracuse In t h e fir st four sports, points were tive in forensics and athfe tics. He t heir print, up. to the present time, very fort un ate in bein g able to come K e nto n Poynter d by class teams. One hundred was a varsity debator among the and are conveniently located for the in co ntact with an educator of such ea1·n e Th h I f B?. llhazar. a merchant _ _Omer SBp1er<l·7s a nd fifty points were earned by each best. In trac k he was a very good I l'ea der's instant use. e s eves o calibre. 1 ,\J>gelo a cro ld sm1·tl1 - - Stew art a He once held the I refe ren ce works, includes ·encyc ·oJn hi s Thursday morning address, 1. 11 d i·vi·du a l o n t he winning te am, one distance runn e r. Ph.. ' b _ __ Mi ld red Kleps~r treatices, m - Superintencjent Beveridge showe<l 1 d points we re earned by each two -mile record of the South; and t he ,. ped ias, dictionaries, iy ne -------· to DromJO on t he losi ng team, and mile and two-mile r eco rds of Florida., decies, re lative to every de.partme nt that every student should gu ard and Li ct• a servant a nd wife W inc.1v I . A f I f th 1 e .o Fern are ·I u b stitute received fifty pomts. He coached a most successful track I of art and li terat•ure. . .~ develop hi s or her physical, mental, · 1 of Ephesus - - - - - -_-_-C-l -are - - nce Spl\Ke ich · earne d f o:r m · d IV! . ·du a l team his first year o.ut of college. I best pictures, n:iaps .and drawings e1i '111·cal, and c.Ultur'ill welfare. The Pinch, a mai::ician a(l eac p · t s were Bue n a :ne oin s 1 · track, tennis, swimmin g, P eru welcomes W. Russell Kin g as I at hand for every ones use. p hysical bein g should be in order, so Aemeli a. a n a bbess --- -Mark Delze ll woi.k o n ydind cing an addition to the facu lty. He will ! . Last of all the newspaper reading one can work long hours, sleep well Stag ana o- er -I ·1 · 1110- an an · bl t· Th . · ' t director e m, ',... _ _ _______ - - - - - - ___ Z ay d a Ak in s 11 This · .,... i. s t h e f Jr . st time that letters h ave the newswr1tm li st deserves honora A. · g classes, a c ass · · · e men h 10n. •this and eat three good meals each day. · of Pro fe sso r n ? warded to members of in fr eshman En g lish an~ a cl.ass .rn phase of the libr ary is per aps w1 - The mental welfare should help m Mi; sic und er direct ion ''ave Athl tic Association. With American hi story . . He ma1ored m his- out a doub t the most popu\a.r of all gatherin g and distributing orderly Jhdra. e ll ple•ased the Gir ls . ·t t h e direction of tory in h is A. B. course, taki n g his 11 an d well it may be. For the library t hinkin g. The ethic al and cultural Th D t' Cl ub is w noel sta1 m · \ C JI ' b d ·1 e r am a IC · e n tu re, so '1 !?' . Pe u is creating an degn.oe from the Te ac hers o ege. takes fou;r of Nebraska s est ai Y welfare gi ves us the proper r elat10 ns 11 it\1 1· t· ~ Sh a kespe ari a n v · d \ ·· ls' athletics, · r · b f K D It p·· Ch· d ·1 · d t · ~ . has deter m in e g Jr . ed on third page. ) He 1 ~ a mem er o appa e a 1. papers ,two 1cago ai 1es, an wo wi th our fe llow berngs . . much so, that it. . a rly. (Coutin.u · \ New York papers. Also there is on ! Then in order to succeed one ·11 t lasc:1c p l av ye · · ·· · · t kl I d d p reoen a c · · t he hst several prommen wee Y shou ld acq uire skill , ~now e ge, an issues from over the co un try, t.o say , att:it•ide. Th e last bern g one of the nothing of a g reat ·number ·of local i i:rre\! test q u ~lities of a real teacher: \Hc ldy and dai ly issues. There are Each student is en,titled to an 1111'0.V iews and misce \l an.eOUS editions stitntiona\, scientific, cu ltural, and · m ailed. to t he library too numerous to reli g ious inheritence. The worthmcn t ion . Of course in add itio n to whil e .thin gs of eac h of these are du e these there are n earl y half a hun- to every one w ho can q ualify as a cl red current' periodi cals, of the student. :•. · monthly an d week ly type. Before the e<l ucation classes, Mr. W hen we . w ho h ave not stopped to Beveridge showed that the possibili1 tb ink of just w h at a library of t his t ies of t he fundementa ls of arithkind means to a co ll ege and town metic have not been exha.uste•d. The lik e P eru we should be well p leased possibili t ies were shown to be g reat wit.h t he 'fa cts w hi qh show ~h at with 1 and shown in a very interestin g way . a total circul ation of near seventy On Friday morn in g- he showed the thousancl books annu a ll y, and with relatio n, or wh at it shou ld be, beth e other reso ur ces which th e li brary tween the super viser and teac her. He pro vides for stud y a nd enjoyment,' showed beginnin g .te~ch ers that they t he li.brary in t his co llege is a uni t// should not fear prrn c1pals and sup.erof learnin g with which n.o t so many intende•nts. The ~d dr ess on t h e lnnd Nebraska tQw ns have beef! so wel! .. of teac hers that 1s wanted was ex.t (Continued on secon d page) cellent. f'ROM " THE COMEDY OF ERRORS"

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S Peru atu, Entered at the Postotflce at Peru, Nebraska, as· second-class matter. · day night by one_ of th: - - -- --- - - - ·- -- - - --- -- - - --- · I For t he first time in a n um ber of best m i xers ever functioned in 1L · Published Weekly by the Peru State Teachers College. . "Get a.~e Icollege gymnasium. ye ars, Peru summer schoo1l st udents COL L E G E CALE NDAR $1.00 per year. Single copy, 5 cents. organized by class es r ath er than by Friday , J u ne 19. I q u ainted" might well have i. '~. H 0 dRob in t " cr-MonUl!" coun ties as had bee n the custom fo.r Y. W . Cabin et Mee rn ,,, t he slogan for the gay affair. 1t1an If you do not receive your Pedagogian leave notice in the Pedagogian years past. However county orgam- 1 d 7· 00 J u ne 22. many students, who on arriving 'Vi box in the Administration building. zation will be m a d e by _groups w h o R u ; :i· Lffe' Meeting- T u e s day, stran gers to each other, dep~ so desire. . · · I THE PERU PEDAGOGIAN w i t h a feelin g that they knew eve 6.· 45, June 23. p ry. Editor and Manager I ednesda y at Chapel time D:a n MERRITT WHITTEN Y. w. C a b inet Meeting body in eru. Assistant Editor De lzell took charg e of t he orgamza - 1 NOEL SENEY sday, 6 :45, J une 24. At the d oor each person was gi· Wedne d y J une b Ve• Campus Editor tion of ou r summer sch ool attendROSS McDANIEL Gentle Jiu lia-Thurs a , a s li p on which was to e written h: Sports Editor ance. Mr. Delzell an~ounced t hat GLENN GILKESON 11 a me a nd his teac hing address. Afan~ 25. . d Orga nizationa Editor t here h ad been a number of reJ. NAIMAN Sup e rin ten dents Meeting . ac y uainta nces were ma e Ly looking Socia1 Editor q uests both fo r county a nd class or, BERNICE McDANIEL Thur~day, 6:45, Ju n e 25.. at these slips pinned on each Person Fille rs Editor ganization. In ord er t h at both plans I' GRETCHEN WARTENSLEBEN Mr. Smi t h ey, Baritone- Friday, Perhaps the pe~son who became hep .Personals Editor . mig ht be submitted to t he student ROSCOE E. WRIGHT J une 26. known was Will Beer from Saloo Adviser body, t he dean c a lled fo r a ~~te upE. C. BECK Y. W . C abi net Meeting-Mon Co u nty. Mr. Jindra of Wilbur, 1 ....,,.,,,,...,======,,.,,,=============,.,,,,========,,,. on t he two pla ns, f o• org·am zm g. day, 7: 00, J u ne 29. line County is very closely conneti HOW TO RAISE YOUR SALARY / Wit h a considerable amount . of / R u ral L ife Meeting -Tuesday, ed w i th him. heated electioneer ing for and agam st , 6:45, June 30. . The college orc~es:ra comp~sed of Did you ever notice t hat the f e llow who complains t h at t he others have t h e p lans, by t h eir respec tive s u pSuped n tendent Meeting Waldo Willhoft, V 10lm, ~aph Hunter t he p ull, is t oo often t he one who cannot be hd.isted to any eminence by p orters, t he voting· proceded , a n d Thurs d ay, 6:45, Jul y 2 . Banj o , Cubert Hall, Clarionet, Birdi, combined pulling and pushing? He ffs t he f.ellow who lies supinely on his fi nally ended wi t h a decided majortOrp heum- Thursd ay, J~ly 2. Baldwi n, P i ano, played during th; back and t hen tells the world ·that someone 'is sit ting o n him, t hat he is be- t y of t he student body voting for S u perint endent Meeting arri val of the g uests. · ing held down. class organizati0i11 in oppositio n to T hu rsd ay, 6:45, J u l y 9. G!·o ups were formed by number; The fault, dear Brut us, is not in ou r stars but in our selves t hat we t he old ciustom of organizi ng b y c o unDisraeli- Friday, J uly 10. Lea d ers taking char·g e of the;, a r e underlangs. t ies, and out of state, g roups. Anoth er Sup eri n tende n t Meeting g ro.ups le ad the m in playing th, T he surest wa y to get mo r e is to e arn mo re, to be woth more. vote was t akeri immediately to d e Thurs d ay, 6:45, July 16. game, "Do you know you know YOU; termine how m an y wanted l;>oth c l ass Superin ten d ent Meeting nei ghbor?" If anyone did not kno~ BESIDES T HE IQ and count y organization. This idea Thursday, 6 :45, J uly 23. his neighbor he soon became ar. app e ared r ather p opular, so· it w as Dorth y V erdon of Hadde n Hall qua i nted or became the "It." W e ar e a ll interested in tha t mytserious somet hing denom inated by the . t:xpressly decided t h at count y organ- Friday, July 24. Omer Sperry acting as announcer t€Jrm IQ. The most of us believe that t h ere us something learned by measur-1 izations mig ht also exist if any _ i1'g what is t ermed n ative a bilit y. But there tis something just as important g r o ups so desired. · Superin tende n t Meeting i nstru cted that each person shou/~ Th urs d ay, 6 :45, J u ly 30. j o i n the county i n which he or shl as t he IQ t ha t is too often overloo ked. However the seating in t he a udiWhat is j ust as importan t as a high IQ, we belie ve, is _good h abits, par- to ri um was a rra n ged by c lasses. ! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ! taught. Pl acards with the name ol t icula rly, so far as t h ese comments are concerned, good study h abits. No ! Seniors, J unior s, Sop homores, F r esh P ROFES S O R HOLCH IN PRINT ' the counties were distributed abo<:it matter how hig h t he IQ, if t he student lets llis mind go gath ering goat ·I men and Hig h Sch ool, were ask ed to the room an d the ·groups gathereo fe athers or if he h as an ·insupera ble aversion to .all kinds of profitabl-e labor, I assemble in groups in assigned par ts In t h e June issu es of E d u cation under t h ese placards. Each group• he is f airly certain of fndin g his nkhe am ong t he isn' t-it-too-bads. \of t he audito rilum. Rough ly classi- Magazine a nd t h e Educatio n a l Re- was to p lan a stunt of some kind for Some hou r fo r yo ur de lectable enjoyment reread William J ames's ! fied ,each individual eventually fo und view we are p leased to see two ar- t he enterta inme n t of the rest. Som; chapter on h a bit. It may serve to encourage some g ood fo lks whose IQ \ his way to his or h er group a nd t he ticles by Mr. A. E. Holch of t h e Bi- of t h e counties displayed rare abilitr may be below genius; and it may serve to stimulate some indifferen t _Very- seating began. olo g y departmen t of this college. In in t h eir entertainment. Superiors. Formerly as h as b een stated, stu- Educatio n for June Mr. Holc h h as an j The wish that we have wished sinc1 dents were organized by counties or article entitled "Student. acti~ i ties in . Radios w ere invented, that we might DISGUISI NG DISGUSTING DOSES "out of state" g r oups, assembling on t he Hig h S c h ool." In t h is arti c le Mr. 1 b e ab le• to s e e t he performers, Ill! t h e campus early in t he summer ses- Holch gives us t h e resu lts and i nfor- 1 g r a nted by Iowa's Radio program. I' "The world moves ever onward" and the marc h of education demands sion ; where e ach stJudent joined his mation secu red by a questionaire was so realis t ic _that we could actu&!l) ·t due from t h e ped agogu e in t he matter of atten tip n to detail and im- p articu lar c ounty or state g r oup, 1 s f . wh ich was submitted to one h u ndred see t h e entertarners befo11e our eJE provement in technic. In the teach'ing p rofession as in ev:ry pro ess10n h eralded by a b anner oif 'some sort. superintendents and princ ipals in N e- i Henry Fields couldn't have looke.i new ideas are everywhere in evidence. It may be do.ubted, as 1s often stat~d, T h e ch apel seating was then mad e by that m ethod h as not k ept pac:t: with t h e s e; but it i s tr11e that. to many In- co unty, and records of attendance braska. a nd .Colorado . .T~~ di~cuss~ on j mo re lik e himself if _h e had beenhera reQ"ardmg stud ent ac t1v1t1es rn hig h The Otoe a nd Cass county bm structors, the g iving of assignmen ts m eans less t h an_ it should. ~n~ yet .t by a d visers or co11inty officers school and the answers s ubmitte d are ! le d by Professor Clement~ blmd t here never was a time w hen t he assig nment was as imp ortant as 1t 1s to- d uly chosen and elected by t heir both full of informa tio n and inspi ra- i forth in all i t s harmony. Our hetlt! day. Time was wh en ob noxious doses were considered esse~tialh to int el- count y groups. · This p lan of course tion and · we recommend those who were moved by t he beautiful still lectu a l development and spiritu a l discip line. T his absu r d no.t1on as given meant a closer unity of county aw ay to t he fact t h at an assignment sh o.uld oo t h oug h t evokmg a nd ag r ee- g ro1'.lps, but it a lso meant t h at stu - will teac h in hig h schools a n d other- notes. R ichardson co un t y displayed so!:! · T he time is gone when t he virtue of an assignment depended upon dents h ad a narrower path oif associ- w ise to be s u re and r ead t h i s v a1ua- ' a ble. · · h ole article. s ld ll in M ili t ary drill and obeyin. the d isagreeableness of its fulfi llment. The student of t?day 1~ wiser, .e ation and aqu aintance at the c h apel The second article in t h e Educa- ord e r s. No doubt they will rw! exp ects more. He is no longer to be· duped. Thie 1:auseatrng assignment 1s hour and otherwise. Also under the tiona l Revie w enti t led Administra i amo n g· th €• best students because 1'. as o ut -0f place as is a dash-board on an automob1le. . old plan a student was forced to comTh dagogue is k nown by his assig n ments. Half of h is success de- pletely overlook h is class standing tion of Student Activiti es, a lso dea ls the latter trait. e pe · d 1"ff'1cu It with studen t activities, also a teachJo hnson co u nty was excused k pends on his ability to d~sgmise disgust'in g ~oses.- Of course 1·.t 1s other than at registr ation time. Howto completely d isguise t he u npleasant and disagreeable task, bu~ much can ever it is surely not w it h any view to er's standpoin t, and gives us some in- th e ir in ability to give a stunt. John be done in this direction 'if suUicient thou g ht a~d care be given to t he discourage county org anization t h at valuable pointers in o r ganizin g an son county had a stunt planned k subj ect. . · ·f the new plan was adopted. On t h e extra-curricular program for hig h needed a football t o· enact it. '111 Be the pedagog ue eve r so wise a~d be ~ doses ever so a~propriate 1 contrary cou nty organizations are schools. In this artic le Mr. H o lch h as most curly-headed man in Peru Wi! h t k not into consideration the t ast e of his students he will sooner or wholly to be encourag e d as a b usiness also shown us the valuable side of sent after the football but be nevew la~era f~nd q imself s urpassed, and supplant ed in the posi~ion, he is by r ig ht and socia l oirganization ·on the cam- our studen t activity point system in t u rned. Moral: Never send s curi: of wisdom entitled to, by t h e less deser vi ng, due to hi~ inatte_ntion to such p us. With t his 1understood; it is as- P eru College w hich we may not have headed man after a nything tlS lo"' a vit a l matter as t he giving of agreeable t houg ht evokm g assig nments. su red that we can look foirward to hith erto appreci ated. If the prob- as t h e feminine species of manbir. the new plan of organization as one lem of student activities has been reig n s u p r eme in Per u. COLLEGE ORPH EUM, J ULY 2 PEDAGOGIAN DATES Pawnee Cit y cleverly admitted th! which will introduce class, loyalty, both ering you, w e would suggest this to t h e they w e re not going to give a stl!li' uniform org anization, school pep and article as a valuable g uide Th e P eru Pedagog ian will be issued N e ma h a •s imit ation of a· b. ·"bs; The annual summer orpheum will better convocation attendance in to solution of your troubles. ..,. seven times d u ring t he summer ses- be g iven the evening of July 2. This Both of these artic l es r epresent game was a scream. t he summer sessions. sion. T wo issu es h ave a lready come show is just w h at t he title denotes, Lancaster county enacted the pl!! To say for it t h e least t he new idea much work and thougl].t on Mr. from t he press, and h ave been p laced an orpheum show, t h at is, a variety h as a lready met with some flattering Holch's part and Peru College both "Ten Nig hts in a Bar Room" )lit: in you r h ands. of vaudeville acts. appreciates and cong r atulates Mr. staggerina realism praise. Th e fo llowing are the dates of the The show is managed by Stewart H~l~h upon h is work and effo r t and In the ; lay, " I a~1 a Prince" sts.'"' remaining five: June 30, July 7, Blades and Jennings Parriott. The a b1hty to represent t his college in / by Jefferson c a<un t y was the old,c~ J.uly 14, July 28, August 4. managers w ill begin r eserving seats COLLEGE CAMPUS UNDERtw_o of the foremost e ducationa l mag story of the trouble~ of a suitor 1Vh1' GOING IMPROVEMENT a zm es ·n t h '· on June 25, one week before t he 1 . e country. These artic le s h e asks Father for his daugh!eP RUNAW AY COLLIDES show is to be given. may be secu red at th L 'b h d , e I rary. Place an was s t riking·ly portrsyeu. Seven acts of vau deville will conT he college campus is underg oing Oth er counties lead by Dean JJ<r A new Ford car owned by J oseph stitute t h e evening's performance. f urther improvement. Concrete side- t hem on your reading· list for the week. ze 11 , d"1splayed a g' ricultural ab'11J 't)' b•' Naiman of Alexandria, Nebraska W a ldo Willhoft's Pit Orch estra will walks are being laid, three large raising calves by hand. .... was severely damaged in a strange f urnish the between -acts music. The p lots of g rou nd are bein g sown to Y. M. C. A , accident last w eek. It seems Mr. show will op,en at 8:00 p. m. sharp blue g rass, and more flowers . a nd Refreshments were served by 111 I h e rs of the facult y. Naiman h ad parked his car· on the with .a two-r eel comedy. Birdie Bald- shrubery a.re being p lanted. A la r ge number of men side of the street at his home on the win and Company will entertain the The Sophomore class of " 24," iunder . e njoye d the A R_ECOGNITION IN IOWA corner one block east of the M'e tho- lover s of moder n m usic with an act the sponsorship of Professor Holch, spirited Y. M. C Wednesd ay eveni~ g .S meehtin g of . dist church, and had left it for a certain to win the crowd. Those who has voted to use $225.00 toward the Arthur M · · peec es by . 1: short time. A little later a Ford car have clambored to h ear Miss Baldwin construction of a concrete sidewalk H aJors, Forest B e ll C lare nce P eru State Teach ers College JS owned by Leo Faunce, started from sing will"have their first opportunity, extending from in front of the anson ,and Mr. W e b e r fe~tured th receip t of a letter from the State j)I' prog ram. The . d . e t I B fl' t he pavement w h ere it was parked T h u rsday evenin g . chapel to the athletic field or as far th vane prog rams fo par m ent of E ducation of oVI pro · r I t• al e1 east of the college on t h e hill and Franklin Jones and Rachel Crocker as this amount of money will con- . te summer . g n atu m 1se to b e of a I'k a ive to t h e n ew c onstitution ,r.t m erestm 1 e . . coasted down the hill ~n~uided, and will appear in a sparkling skit, "A struct it. This w a lk is now being . All yo u n g m e n a m m a tion r equired before anY · r e. · with brakes unset untI! it came to Happy Pair." The Toonerville Trol- built. Alre ady it h as made a wonder- areThcordially rnv1te d to atte nd m a y t e a c h in Iowa ' f II e 0 owin 0 ff' . a ist · ory c ourse 19. will be pO tao!•'• t he. -corne~ where it. tur~ed in and ley that is said to featur e those two fu l change in the appearance of the to g icers Were ch act for the s osen f I ' ·n n·~ colhded with Mr. Naiman s new car. arch -comedians Mark Delzell and camp us. T his walk is eight feet president· R I hummer: F o r e st B e ll o r o wa stude n ts t h at it ~t 1.} It is reported that ~he runawa.y w~s Cecil Coatney, 'is a headliner on the wide making it possible to accompresident'. A a~ Noerrlinger, vice~ the fo llowing requirements in little damaged, whI!e Mr. Naim an s bill. Staben's Variety Ten w ill enter- modate the large crowds that come The r e ti; in rt ~ Lindahl repor t e r (~) The required course in c% tbl car suffered a smashed fen~er, bent tain in the p enultimate act. The to witness our athletic contests. radius rods, a damaged radiator and famed Penuvadors w ill close the show A sidewalk h as also b een constru c t- of Ome r Sp g c a m e: was compose d t 1on .of t h e U n ited States and • uf.l strom . e rry,. preside nt; Roy D hl required c ourse in Iowa state co one c ut tire. Mr. N aiman expressed with music featurin g a xylophone. ed from the ed ge of the campu t ' vice -preside nt· F a - , tJution 0 secretary· E ldon ' ran k B o g l e · cr<J considerable feeling at the uncanny J ere Mickel is making the stage, 1 the st eps, which lead down t sth a nd Ma k' D Hayward, tre asur ' S tude nts wishing 1;he college ., way the de relect passed up several and will be glad to talk with the .ac- bqys dressing room and the swi~min e r e lzell c er; and exsJll1" other more ani:ient vehicles in order tors. Man ag·ers Blades and Parriott pool. g Incude in ' ampus service . exemptio n from Iowa . .pl memo for 7· 0y our w eek's schedul~ t1on may secure both by sa~~,.i to damage his new car. will be happy to reserve the seats. The three l arge plot f s o gr01und Room A 101 · 0 p .m., W e dne sda a hw ork 1· n t h e a b ove course. The . 11 · y, ' a ndbook on t h e constitution "'1 fo llowed .

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Ann~uncement of the wedding · of ~ ' Mr. narry P. Knorr, Professor of NEBRASKA CITY, NEBRASKA Physics of the Central Wesleyan Warrenton, Missouri; . to Mary J. Plaehn, former head of the Department of Speech and adviser of DraBROWN'S AMUSEMENT PARK matic Club of the State Teachers College at Peru, June 11, at Reibuk, 1 LINCOLN SERENADERS JULY 6 Iowa was received here. · Mrs. Knorr has many friends in NEBRASKA CITY Peru. She is remembered here as the director of "Grumpy," as the director j of May Festival and for the help:fi~l co-operation shown the students m STAR CLEANERS , her department. We pay carriage charges one way 1 . Previous to Mrs. Krn;>rr coming to 1 Peru, she was head of the DepartNEBRASKA CITY . ment of Speech in the Central Wesleyan, Warranton, Missouri. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ; :' Many here wish Mr. and · Mrs. WM. WULF, TAILOR Knorr many happy years of married life. CL~ANlNG AND PRESSING

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PERU, NEBR.

NEWS WRITING CLASS HOLDS CONFERENCE Wednesday evening at six-thirty p. m. the News Writing class held a round table conference with super/ intendents and principals who had · charge of small school newspapers last year in their respective high schools. There were also present, those who plan to handle such newspapers in their schools next year. The discussion centered around the plans and cost of editing a sman mimeograph sheet. Superintendents Seney, Bell, Castle and Poynter gave us some v~uable pointers regarding th~ type of paper; from their own experience. Time limited the discussion to expense phases so it is very probable that this round table will be continued at a . later date. To say the least we left the conference much enlightened on the possibilities of smaJl high school papers, and we are certainly much indebted to those who so willingly laid aside their own dlllties to help us out. We hope to have another conference and all intBrested are invited. VINEGAR FACTORY BURNS

1212 J Street

AUBURN, NEBRASKA

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CITIZENS STATE BANK Over 30 years in Peru E. E. 6001>, President

Yours ·For Service Fourteen years of learning what you want in t'he way of service. That's our recordNo matter what car you drive we can give you service

Fisk, Goodyear, Firestone Tires Repairing, Trouble Shooting Magneto Charging Service Car

All Hours

'·Everything for the Motorist" PHONE 20

Thurman's Ga rage

Fire was discovered early Monday morning in the old addition of the cider and vinegar factory. Despite the heroic efforts of the city firemen this part of the building was entirely destroyed. The factory is owned by a company of Peru business men. The estimated loss of $8,000, is partially covered by insurance. By playing a stream of water on the s01uth side of the building, the · citizens and firemen were ·able to save over one hundred barrels of vinegar. Thousands of gallons stored in tanks were lost. The cause of the fire is attributed to a defective wiring system.

Burbridge & Ha w k i.:JS . H Plumbing,

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Shop phone 179.

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Residence pho ne 144

THG H~ST SH0~ SH0r Elmer Rin"er Have your shoes rebuilt the factory way

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My office is now located at the sout h room of the Loyal Drug Store. Dr. L. B. S hren. Hours -9 a. m, to 12

2 to 5 :30 p. m.

Dentist

FRESH 'CUT FLOWERS Caretu\\y packed, at reasonable prices. PC"onipt d elivery is the standard by which• we a im t o serv e ()UI esteemed customers in Old Peru, as well as elsewhere. Corsages a specialty.

THE MILAM GREENHOUSES AUBURN, NEBRASKA

AVENUE STORE SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITER SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE.

ICE CREAM

GOOD THINGS TO EAT FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Opposite Training School

SUPT. M. C. LEFLER SPEAKS TO STUDENTS {Continued from first page.) with the story of the college race track, 'where no corners could be cut and unfair means brought disgrace, and the circus race where the "longshort dog, the dog with the drooping ears ·and tail, and the sway back" could even cut the oval and get the approval of the crowd. The teacher has a moral resposibility that the trainer of circfS animals has not. In one's work he should reverence and teach respect for the home. The home is the fundemental unit of our society and is best fitted to· carry on the ideals of 't he age. There is no 1 advancement without an ideal and one should be willing to see his ideal put into practice. The quotations from Kipling's "If" and "The Man Without a Country,'" fittingly summanized his thoughts. No student could fail to get sdfue of his inspiration or to feel that he had heard something worth while.

H.U.LANDOLT The 8eason•s Newest FOOTWEAR An ideal shoe for school Our as.s orttnent includes numerous oxf ords and strap styles which will appeal to for school wear you

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Pric'ed at' $4. 50 u.p. Fashion decrees white or black. For the newest dr~ footwear either 'bl~k or white ·a re exceptionably \good taste. Satine, patent '&nd " id leathers

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ATTENDS ALUMNI DINN·ER

·Shoe ·Dept. Mr. Delzell attended the Alumni- · High School Dinner, June 18, at Dunbar. One of Mr. Delzell's first teaching positions was at Dunbar.

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1924-1925 Peru Pedagogian Issue 29  

1924-1925 newspaper issue 29 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

1924-1925 Peru Pedagogian Issue 29  

1924-1925 newspaper issue 29 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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