Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1915

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1915 Edition, Page 273 of 284
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SCHOOL MUSIC ON THE Columbia Grafonola The object of our educational department isto give the best service to be obtained. We havestudied your every need and are prepared to supply the demand. WRITE US FOR FULL PARTICULARS- ______________ A 11 inquiries cheerfully answered. Write us — we can help you solve your music problems. Grafonol-as from $17.50 to $200. THIS MACHINE $35.00. Cash or payments. Dealers should ask for contract. This is a very popular machine for school and home. The bins will hold 60 records. Wc furnish this style in oak. ash and walnut finish Equipped with our 6 reproducer. 1 r i ccS9| r complete.$75.00 CASH OK 1» A V M K N T S THE GRAFONOLA CO.. Lincoln, Neb. We have the money You have the home You wish to borrow We wish to loan. (Nuff Said) Sunderland Machinery Supply Co. “The Supply People” Machinery Repairing, Oxy-acetylene ERNEST E. HART INCORPORATED DEALER IN iSjiyli (Brail? § muitU’s Council Bluffs. Iowa Welding, Machinery and Supplies OMAHA, NEBRASKA Tico hundred sixty-onc 05493883

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GIST OF POETRY ? ? ? ? ? How pleasant on a slippery clay, to conic down College Hill! How thoroughly delightful to take a sudden spill! How sweet and how enchanting—a pleasure almost pain— To hear some fellow shouting, “First down! Two feet to gain!” I'm in a io-der mood 2-dav, I feel poetic 2; 4 fun I'll just dash off a verse send it off 2 U. I'm sorry U’vc been 6 Olong; don't l’ disconsol—.S; But bear your ills with 42-d they won’t seem so gr-S; Ain't afraid of roarin' lions, ain't afraid of cats; Ain’t afraid of elephants, ain't afraid of rats! Ain’t afraid of snarlin' dogs, ain’t afraid of squirrels, Ain’t afraid of tigers, but I AM afraid of GIRLS! —V. LONG. Hickory, dickory dock, Hang the old Dorm clock! The clock strikes ten. Out go the men— And Heaven knows when They’ll come again! Hickory, dickory, dock. FOR BOYS ONLY! ipuoij jaq no puejs oj pay otjs j[ A Ot{3llIOS n jb loif p(at|s A OU [ D, —peoj .(pua.ip:-s.Dt|s mood sujj, 3UU|)JBJ U OJ SpIDD UOJ JOi BA ||,0A ANO T •AVOIJS B JO }SOl|3 B SlOif 0l[S JJ ‘.uotpiuos ino puy u,oi[s pej no. m«| 1 a ou j 01 ion p|Sno oqs Suiipatuos s.ij —UBIUOAV B SDIJIOAV 3llU[pCuB S.OJOip JJ THE JUNIOR MALE QUARTET I’ll tell you a tale of the Junior Male Quartet. The joke may be stale but appreciation ’twill get. They all stood up in front in a nice little row. Nellie struck the chord and said the word “Go!” Then— First we heard a holler, then we heard a bawl— When one hit the right note the rest weren't there at all! And thus it did continue; we braved two verses thru! The boys retreated gracefully—McL., Lecce, Frank, and Sue! Two hundred sixty



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FOOLISH? ? ? ? ? A man with all his household goods was slowly driving along the road when a neighbor hailed him thus: “Hello Bill! Moving today?" Bill: “Oh no. Just taking my furniture out for a ride!" FOUR THINGS THAT MONEY CAN’T BUY A sheet for the bed of the ocean. A blanket for the cradle of the deep. A key for an elephant’s trunk. Medicine to make the ink-well. THE MOPETTES Some lands may boast a Pankhurst, and some a Hetty Green, And others have their Antoinettes—sweet ladies all, I ween; But give to me my choice of all—’twould not take long, you bet! I’d cast my kingdom to the winds and choose a fair mopette! I know not which is fairest, because they all are fair; With eyes of blue or black or brown, and lovely lustrous hair; But stand the whole nine in a row with mopsticks in their arms— Twould be a stupid chap indeed who could not see their charms’ They clean the halls and doorway of our Mt. Vernon Hall, And they get paid for their good work—one-twentv-five in all. And then when Saturday doth come ’twould do you good to sec This band of mopette maidens bright start forth upon a spree. Sometimes they "hike" to Brownville, sometimes they stay at home, But I’d be happy any place if 1 could with them roam. Then bow to these nine working maids, our May Queen with the rest, And, if a smile should come your way, smile back again, with zest. K. G. Court right Barton Hill Ranney Burgess Nelson Johnson Gunderson Stambaugh Joe Boyd—“What is the greatest engineering feat of recent years?" Bill Young—“'fhe Panama Canal?" Joe—"No indeed! Wheeling. West Virginia, on the Ohio river!" Why does Emil Kohler go bareheaded? Because when he wears a hat he is h-at-tractivc, and when he wears a cap he is cap-tivating! Nellie Lamb (on being told that Ganzell took Hazel Johnson to the marshmallow roast): “Well, that’s all right—Phoebe gave him permission to go with her." (1)11) he ask if he might take Lillian to the Band-Orchestra concert?) A good joke has been like a free piano in a newspaper contest—we never got any. Tico hundred sixty-ttco

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