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CARPENTER, FORMER MUSIC SIGMA BETA RHO INSTRUCTOR, IN ALABAMA Now -.....IATirONALIZED .
Y. M. C. A.
The Y. M. C. A. held the first meet(Continu~d from p age 1.) iug ofte.r vacation in the Little The- W. D. Goldsmith, Ph. D., of Southater, Wednesday evening; January 4. western college, Winfield, K ansas. Amzie Grass read the devotional The chairman of the committee on from the fourth chapter of Proverbs. applications , is J. C. Johnson, Ph: D., "Get wisdom, g et understanding; for- 1 of Western State College, Gunmso~, get it not. Exalt wisdom and it shall Colorado. The secretary-trea~urer ~s bring a crown to the head of him w:Oo F. G. Brooks, of Johns Hopkms umremembers," was the thought of the versity of Baltimore, Matyland. In reading. additio~ to thes~ ~~tional offic·er.s t~e After the bus iness of the meeting fraterl)ltY has d1v1S1onal sec~etaries m was taken care of, the young men en- the northeastern, eastern, m1ddlewestjoyed a, plunge in 'the swimming pool. ern, and southern sections of th.e President Grass urged every col- country. ., . lege man who has not signedJ the Alp~a chapter o~ Tri Beta hon~rary membership card to do so in order ?1ol9g~al fraternity w~s est~bhs~ed . that his classification can appear in m 1922 at Oklahoma Cit~ um~ers1ty, the Peruvian. 'and in the five y·e ars of its 1ex1stence Group pictures will be taken -soon. I the organizati~n has ~stablished. sixAn announcement will be given when I teen chapters m ranking educational definite arrangements are made. ' institutions in every section of the 1United States. ; At the last meeting of Sigma Beta JINDRA' ACCEPTS OFFER , f Rho, Bartlett Vance gave a detailed the talk on "Anthropoid Behavior," whi_ch Professor Jindra has accepted offer made to him 1:ecently by the was educational .as well as ehtertamI Chicago Musical College,which gives ing.
him an instructorship at that wellknown institution for three c6nsecutive summers. The Chicago school was very anxious to secure the services of Professor Jindra, as is evinced by the repeated overtures mad~ to him during the holiday season. A distinct loss is felt at Peru in being deprived of the violin instructor's services for next summer, but Professor Jindra will be at Peru again next fall.
A. A.'s Clear $77.50
1st l'roud Mother: l rall my baby Charles hecausc ne's such a dear little Jamb. 2nd P. M.: And I call mine William Dean because he howls sg much.
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Let r.1e demonst rate ckaner to you. A clipping r ecently received in P eru ' !·.i s. Ct• ·r.Jos?,i: I cbn~t want ii. 1 ain't got no vacuums in tbe from the Tri-Cities Daily, of Flor. ~ b"~u;:;e . ence, Alabama, g iving an account of --Colgpte Banter. a big musical p roduction, at the State Nol-ma! School at that place. Miss N. l\faude Carpenter, former!~ of the First Male : A woman's place is Peru faculty, is head of the music de: t.n the home. , partment of that Normal, Speaki~g · Second Male: Sir, a womans of the work of Miss Carpenter and place is in the channel. -Denison Flamingo. her chorus, the Daily says: The State Normal Choral Cl1ub of 125 voices has established itself in Florence is a worth-while musical orThere is a little college in the ganization. These young people have Middle West where all of the students have just killed themselves. applied themselves seriously for the :Possibly the faculty had just past year and have developed a standpassed a ruling prohibiting suicide. ard of ensemble that is comparable to -Cornell Widow . many older organizations. No mechanical details .s eemed too trivial for consideration and the result was freedom of certainty; sostenuto efSolomon: I beg your pardon, but haven't we met before? ects, for which all singers strive, and No~ 639: Yes, darling; we were a unity of delivery only possible married a little 07er three months when a group thinks and feels .as a ago. unit. -Cannon Bawl. ti '.
Sigma Tau Delta Contest Ruies Announced
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cri heard that a girl ran away • with a train." "What was her motive?" ''Locomotive." -Ceni1~
"I have a suit for every clay in the week." "Yes?" "This is it." -Blue Dragon. ~
"Why did you strike your h~ band with a rolling pin?" "Well, you see, Judge, I W'a:;ted to try to make him level-headed." -Arisofta . KittyTUlt. ~
"Have you read any lV!W books?" "Don't he silly. I live iD
Boaton." She: Who wins in a chess game? He: The one who lives the
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(Continued from page 1.) loniesL · -P'11t11Ylvuio Ptud BotoL Sunday School Teacher-"And SQ' The G. A. A. met Thursday, Janu ry J anuary 20. Last semester themes are 5, for a short IJ)usiness meeting. The due May 11. the Angel with ·the flaming sword . orgamza · t'ion h ave The shall Theme meetings f or t h is 1. The theme be a n~rrative Speak gently, kindly to the poor; drove Adam and Eve out of the Garbeen changed from the first and third theme. Let no harsh term be heard; they den." Tuesdays Of every month, to the first LittJe Adnock-"What kind of a 2. It shall be not less than 300 nave enough they must endure, withand third Thursdays. out an unk1'nd worri. 50 h d b words long, nor more than 500 words Y. car did he have?"-Life. $77 I It was _learned t mt · a een long. " Our !Prayers should be for blessings cleared on the Christmas card sale. in gener al, for God knows best what 3· .The subject is not prescribed. It was moved and seconded that the The word, "and," occurs 46,277 b · t b h E l' h is good for us. club should hold bridge parties f o,r . A . ny su Jec i;iay e .c osen. .ng is t imes in t he total of 773,146 words the benefit of r aising money. I mstru.ctors will help stu~ents rn the used in the Bible. Verna Sparks is now Mrs. Randels. Those appointed on the committee ! seiect10n of a 'Rroper subJect. . The more anyone speaks of himself, - - - - . . . . . : . - - - - - - - - - -The marriag e to Mr. Randels, lawyer for setting dates for the bridge p a-r4. T.he theme shall have a title, the less he likes to hear another t alk- =~~ at Cambridge, Nebras ka, took place ties are: Miss Root, Eleanor Harajian, appearing at the top of page 1· ed of. J. D. Graves ~ during the recent holidays. / Louise -Moran, Lorraine Mayfield, and 'Judging · ., Attorney at Law 1. Judgi ng shall be done individWe should lflt\1e all our communiI read of a man who h as six wives. Edna Hertz. Insurance Rentals; Notary PubIt w as decided that_ the two losing ually by t h e J'udges, who will r ank the cations_ with m_ en as in th . e presence What do you think of that? groups from the Christmas card sale, t h emes. The three themes scoring the I of G od, and with God, as Ill the presPeru lie; CollectionsNebraska ~ I think that is-ample, don't you? should entertain the two winning hig hest in the judgment of the three ence of men. groups sometime in the near future. I judges wm then be rankea by the ~~ Col. T. J. Majors and brother, W. committee acting in concert. A man whc will live above his pres=<:::::,,..~~=~ E. Majors. left last week for Tucson, . . · Our compamons please us 2. The judging committee shall ent circumstances is in g reat danger I ~ TAXI AN Ii A nzona w h ere th ey w1·11 spen d the . . less from · te the charms we find m their conversa- choose a first p rize theme, and two of living in a little time much be- ~ D DRAY AGE JV b a l ance ' of t h e wm · · ours. _ _ _r. t10n t h an f rom t h ose t h ey fi n d m honorable m entio!ls, at the end of I neath him. '-f each semester. - - -I • Fulton D avenport, who is teaching 3. At the end of the second semes- The "stic ks" is that r egion where . otr· Ph . at Ong, w as at h ome for the holidays. Above all thmgs, always speak the ice one :?- 3 rwgs -I truth; your word must b e your bond t er , th e first p r ize themeS of the two a thief is j ust a thief instead of a ~ semesters will be judged upon by the master criminal. ~~~ .="£>=~~=~~~ =-<:::>=~~=~= committee, and the S~r:,a Tau Delta freshman medal awarded to the stu& When in need of a good u:: A. Johnson, D. D. S. dent writing the best theme. EAT haircut try EAT • 4. Judg ing shall be according to / the acc·eptedfreshman Eng lish standBOB KNAPP PHONE 36
Is the place to bu~ and fount ain pens.
_hav~ your jewelry repaired. School supplies, Brmg m your broken lenses or p ens.
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1. The gold medal will be awarded at commencement, 1928.
PERU PREP BEATS ~ FALLS CITY, 18-10 ' 0
J.C. CHATELAIN, Watchmaker and Jeweler
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P eru Prep won their· second game J EAT of the season by defeating Falls City t ~~~~ at Falls City, Friday night, January l =.c::::,.~~=~~~~c: 6.
The' entire first half of the game was a h ard fought battle for both teams. They took turns in leading
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GO'LDEN KRUST BREAD We have just secured a new first-class baker, and will continue toi live up to our high standards of wholesome foods.
the play. At t h e end of the first half the scor e board h ad decided in favor of Peru. However, the lead was =~~~=~~ far from being tied up. ~ ~
It is time to Rebuild them. Stop at the El~ctric.
The second half started off with a
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PERU·CLEANERS & TAILORS
team work and accurate goal shooting P eru n osed out ahead ~ and m ainPhone 62 We call and deliver Peru, Nebr. ~~~~=~=~<::>-=~=-<::::>=~<::>-=<::>-=~=<: tained t h e le-ad until t,he fin al whistle ' The final score was 18-10. ~~~=~~ ~~~~~~~=<:::>=~~c blew. The g ame was played in the n eVQ ~~·=>.::::::><:=>-;;::,..=><::::,,c=>":::-!.<=>~.c:::><::~=>-~=,..:;:::,..c
F alls qit~ g ymnasium, which is onel of the Best in the state. Both t eams were handicapped 'by h aving iOme of their men out of the c4ntest. No substitution w as made . for P eru during t h e entire game. ThtJ line-up for the Bobkittens was as fo llows:
FROM NEGATIVES MADE FOR THE ANNUAL I
P eru (18) FG Williams f ------------ 1 Cowell f - --- ----- -- '--- 2 R ailsback c --- ---- - ---- 4 T obler g ----- ------~-- O Polston g -------------- 1
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PERU, NE BR.
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When it Comes to Eats We keep everything in the g rocer y line. Pure foods
Mr. W arren Nedrow and Miss Lul a Lich tenberger have recently anf!OUnc· ed t h eir weddin g- w hich took p lace l ast July. Mr. and Mrs. Neprow are NEXT TO PA~AMOUNT THEATER well known to many P eru sLudents. They are now teachin g; however, th~y , expect to be h ere in college again ~~~=<::>=~=~~~~ n ext summer.
and yo u will always be satisfied.
Meals, Home-made Candies, Fountain Service
AJJ kinds of dry goods.
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THE STUDENT'S ST ORE
L. D. R ED F E R N
1927-1928 newspaper issues 10-12 for now Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska