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Page 183 text:
Nebraska’s Beauty Spot
WHERE LIFE IS WORTH WHILE
The metropolis of the Missouri Valley. The prettiest city in the Middle West.
The city whose schools rank with the best. The City of Good Government.
The City of Advancement and Progress.
The Nebraska State Teachers Association
Will hold its annual convention in Omaha on November 6, 7. 8. 1912
TEACHERS—You who direct the destinies of the future and mould the little minds that they may become the leaders in progress, come to Omaha—
Visit Omaha’s public schools where the teachers are happy and contented—where $500,000 is paid annually in salaries.
Come to Omaha rvhen you have an opportunity and become belter acquainted.
Page 182 text:
11— Students pour in from all points. Krebs meets Miss Benson at the 4:30
12— Registration begins. Preps are initiated to Peru’s wonders.
13— Moyer arrives.
14— First classes in campustry recite. Fulton is dean of the department.
while singing, “I love you truly.”
17— The Missouri rises, due to the tears of homesick girls.
18— Hoyt loses his skull cap. Finds it in his hip pocket.
19— Seniors begin to expound ideas.
20— Is Miss Hauser looking for a position so early? She at least received a let-
ter from Geneva Public Schools.
21— Professor Jean makes his public demonstration. Some ladies think.
22— Olmstead tells how glad he is to be in Peru.
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Page 184 text:
15— Philo reception. Mr. Kilzer meets Miss Wahlstroni.
16— Y. M. and Y. W. reception. What was in that locket Edith Cornell held
while singing, “I Love You Truly?”
23— Seniors feed in woods at 7 A. M. Stag social.
24— Professor Jean goes to Dorm without comp. Miss Stoner?
25— Sophs find a watermelon patch. Was the joke on the girls?
26— L. Mewhirter promises Coach Thacker to quit conversing with the damsels.
C. Mewhirter quits the practice.
27— Miss Goshen elaborates on matrimonial problems.
28— Moyer taking strolls to cemetery hill, is bothered by intruders.
29— "You can't be ‘it’ in Peru unless you join everything,” by Jo Giltner. She
joins everything but Y. M. C. A.
3°—Miss Dalna Brown performs the “prone fall" before her High School class.
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