Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1912

Page 189 of 234

 

Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1912 Edition, Page 189 of 234
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Page 189 text:

“The Hills of Peru” A Geographical and Historical Sketch By LOUISE WILHELMINA MEARS Hoad of Department of Geography, Peru State A ormal School From the President of the Pern State Normal: I have been delighted with your book. "The Hills of Peru." Aside from its mechanical perfection. and also its value from the standpoint of a history and geography of Peru, it is a work of very high merit from the standpoint of literary art. As one reads the "Steamboat Days." and the "Old Landmarks." he cannot but live over again with the Peru pioneer, the "Good Old Days." You have succeeded as few writers arc able to do. in striking a strong popular chord, by your sympathetic presentation of the pioneer days. The book is properly balanced in its interpretation of truth and beauty. I shall be glad to commend it to anyone who knows anything of Peru and its environment. J December 4. 1911 D. W. HAYES L For Sale at THE PERU BOOK STORE and by THE AUTHOR Peru State Bank Welcomes and appreciates the business of Faculty and Students. We are with you in your efforts to boost Peru Normal. We have excellent facilities for handling drafts and checks on all points, and give courteous and prompt treatment to all. Here’s Success to Class of 1912 wherever your lot may fall. President, Vice-president, Cashier, WM. TYNON. C. R. WELDEN. R. W. KELLY.

Page 188 text:

QDrtnlm —(Urnitinupit 19— Miss Ellis and Miss Woods do not sit together in Chapel. 20— Lapp doesn’t go to Doanc—the fate of a married man. 21— "I wish I had opened that letter before I sent it back," by Mary Peck. 22— Miss Stoner doesn’t sit on front row during chapel exercises. 23— President Mayes late to Chapel; the janitor finally admits him. 24— Professor Delzell locks his keys in his desk. 25— Thacker relates past experiences. "I am not the one.” 26— The first snow. It leaves in April. 27— Ross House sings his customary solo while leading chapel singing. 28— The girls wonder whether Tyson has a girl at home. 29— First effort of the "Dormitory Quartet.” 30— Miss Carpenter is disappointed in Roettger. 31— Dorm ghosts on escapade. Trial without jury. Mob violence breaks loose. OCTOISKIt 21 Nmnnttlm 1— Seniors have a hard time party. They file through the library terrifying the occupants. 2— Albin takes his seventh girl. Jo Giltner boasts of her fourteenth. 3— Cotner game. Lundy lost an overcoat. 4— Extravaganza. 5— Blankenship and Gladys Taylor prove the extravaganza was advantageous. 6— Ethel Johnston gets up at 5 o’clock to study zoology. What a waste of time. 7— Ethel Nagel, after consulting with Miss Goshen on conscience, leaves for home a day early. 8— Students leave for teachers’ association. One hNuihvd cit hlt liro



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Nnlmttlu'r —(Emttiniirii 13— Students return. A number of couples happy. 14— Pipe bursted. No chapel. Everybody glum (?) 15— Swept out the Peruvian office. 16— Hal Martin forgets to go to spelling class. 17— Mr. Whitenack misses Mr. Wickham. 18— A Freshic asks, “How much credit do you get for attending noon-day prayer meeting?” 19— Rowena Branaman takes her usual Sunday walk to the washer-woman. 20— “Hon” Schott comes to school without a necktie. 21— Miss Van and Miss Snover take turns at forgetting to go to conference. 22— Junior Class party. 23— Eckersall’s scrubs go to Weeping Water. Dean Smith wakes up too late. 24— “The biggest boy (Percy) in school doesn’t know ‘Star Spangled Banner,’ " by Dr. House. 25— Nebraska vs. Michigan. Jean and Weeks go insane. 26— Albin has another girl. Lundy is a poor trainer. 27— Beck makes his first visit to "Our Home.” 28— Everybody thinks about Kearney. “Kearney must be destroyed." 29— Thanksgiving vacation for one whole day. 30— Peru 6, Kearney 3. Largest bonfire ever held in Peru, followed by the shirt-tail parade. November 30

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