Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1923

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1923 Edition, Page 177 of 196
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Advertising GENERAL MERCHANDISE Husiness is business, men are men, Working, loving, anti dreaming, Toiling with hammer, brush or pen, Roistering, planning, scheming. Husiness is business, but he's a fool Whose business has grown to smother 11 is faith in men and the Golden Rule, His love for friend and brother. Husiness is business, but life is life, So we’re all in the game to win it. Let's rest sometimes from the heat and strife And try to be friends a minute. Let’s seek to be comrades now and then And slip from our golden tether. Husiness is business, but men arc men, And we’re all good friends together. REDFERN-ELLENBERGER “Where Dollars Go Farthest" PERU STATE BANK Our Service is Available To All Members of Faculty, and Students THIS HANK IS YOUR HANK We are Glad To He of Service to You CARL HANSEN, Cashier One Hundred Sixty-one

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11 inniir HOW '10 ACT AT A BANQUET—IN THREE COMPLETE LESSONS BY Tuna Fish, president of the Nail Hole Manufacturing Company Ltd. INTRODUCTION After two torturous attendances at the Annual Freshman-Sophomore Banquet and observing the behavior of our hosts, I feel that there should he something done to relieve their deplorable actions. As a result I have prepared a concise, clear and complete course on Banqueting in three parts; of course, my gentle readers, you must expect to fill in, but no doubt you can, as that is what most people think a banquet is for. LESSON ONE The gentleman should grasp his lady friend around the neck and dance A La Rudolph Vaselino into the Banquet Room. The partners should then give a leap for the nearest chair. This will cause many to remark of their wonderful athletic ability. After bowing they should be seated and it is the gentleman’s chance of a life time to show his ability as a baseball pitcher by grasping a grape-fruit around the equator and twirling it the length of the table. If it hits the toastmaster in the face, the other banqueters should show their appreciation by thunderous applause. This may seem rather gentle to many of my readers, but one can not be too careful in society. LESSON TWO How to cover slight mistakes: 1. If one should drop a quarter of a ham on the table he should toss it gaily across the room. This will cause much merriment as the people will appreciate such ready wit. 2. If one should accidentally drop his bread butter side down on his partner's dress, he should immediately grasp the flower bowl and deposit the water on the lady so as to remove the grease stain. This is really only a small matter but one that many people will appreciate the importance of. 3. A mistake which is often made by people who do not attend more than three or four banquets a year is the failure to help the toastmaster. An example of very quick thinking was observed last year at the banquet of the Amalgamated Fly Paper Trust at which time the toastmaster came near of having an epileptic fit. One young man observed the impending calamity and at once drew a checker board on the table cloth and began to play checkers. The cheering from the immediate onlookers brought all the rest flocking to that portion of the room, and the toastmaster was taken to the ice box without being observed and causing a panic. LESSON THREE How to profit at a Banquet: One should never attend a banquet without the intention of profiting by the terrible experience. 'Flic best way to profit and help out other people who arc apt to be invited to the next banquet is to remove the silverware. The method I have found which surpasses all others is to give hokus pokus demonstrations with the silverware, making all the silverware at your table disappear and then yelling "Fire". This is a rather hazardous thing to do as you and your friend might be run over bv the stampeding crowds, but everyone will forget alwiut the silverware. —THANK YOU— One Hundred Sirly



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