Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1912

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1912 Edition, Page 195 of 234
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tU'rrmltrr —(Enntmurb 14— Clare Mewhirter announces his intention of keeping the same girl all term. 15— “Pud” Anderson late for breakfast. 16— Foot-ball reception. 17— Lundy goes to Auburn again. Why? 18— Basket-ball starts in earnest—schedule completed. 19— Shaver and Moyer accompanied by-------and-----------attend the mov- ing picture show. 20— A crowd returns from Auburn when the day is young. Miss Fagg announces a falling thermometer. 21— Packing versus study. 22— Christmas vacation begins. Owe tiiiHiIrc l clt hty-ctffhl



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January 2— Leap Year. The girls begin immediately. 3— Notice the new diamonds. Domestic Science the popular subject. 4— Professor Rouse “cuts" Theory class. 5— Debate at Everett, “Should women propose?” Affirmative won. 6— Miss Tynon's “New Grippe Cure.” (Thumb Tacks). 7— Y. M. and Y. W. crowd go skating. 8— The Wahoo bunch find coasting danger- ous. 9— Mr. Emmert had a comforter all over his face. 10— Miss Elvira Johnson says she’ll be Good. 11— It appears that Jean can never leave Peru single. 12— Grace Teich tells the experiences “Mr. Clements and I had on our way from Philo.” 13— Coach orders chicken. He pays the bill. 14— Moyer goes to church. Surprise is shown. 15— Chemistry exam. Junior girl asked ques- tions—Prof. Hoyt says, “Pump is dry." 16— Miss Mahler wants to be a boy. 17— Gifford seems to have realized what leap year means. 18— New students arrive for second semester. 19— Did Noel Tyson’s dream come true? 20— Cassius Kennedy visits mamma. 21— For sale—A “Bible,” seven years old, as good as new. Inquire of J. H. Dorsey. 22— Hortense Inks thinks Frye is nice but too short for her. 23— Miss Detwiler’s picture arrives after Senior panels have been sent in. Graduated first semester. UKUTHA DKTWII.KIt. 12 .lanunry 23 One hundred 11 luctii

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