Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1930

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Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 179 of 210
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Page 179 text:

 Vf sO Ov93 ® x i VLo l (w | V' TO v I B 5 1 CALENDAR March 29—Hurray for the Swedes! Harriet Louise Lindstroni now representative of Scandinavian Peninsula. March 30—Galli Curci hurt in an accident! Alas, tis June B. March 31—Students return after dropping in at home to say “hello!” We are much rested after vacation. April 1—We say April Fool to the Blues. Sunday night movies wins by six votes. Several faculty members injured in the rush to the polls. Several students anxious to work out their poll tax. April 2—Broadway has nothing on Peru. We are allowed a “Gambol” on the campus. Ziegfeld has given several contracts. Pres. Pate gives annual announcement—“Please keep off the grass—or at least take a different path each time.” April 3—Sankey and Wiese sign up for reserved seats for “Campustry”. April 4—Revolution in the high school. Pettinger warns all student teachers to carry guns. “Nop-top” challenges Paderewski to do better. Raymond occupies a box seat. April 5—Dick goes fishing—Miss Tear and Dr. Brown caught carrying the mail. Dale and Dean play bridge at the dorm. AVENUE STORE A uthorized Dealer for REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS COLLEGE SUPPLIES CONFECTIONERY GOOD EATS FRUITS Call and See Us Opposite the Training School H. U. LANDOLT Phone 78 Peru, Nebraska Pagt 167

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CALENDAR i February 28—Phi Lambda Alpha dance at Auburn. No more towels chewed; "Dutch” has gone to Florida. March 1—Billy Vance has a fine collection of wind-blown hats. March 5—March winds have a bad effect upon girls’ skirts. Mary Alice loses hers on library steps. March 7-8—Regional Tournament. Coach Williams gets shock of his life Peru goes to Lincoln as runners-up. March 9—Red L, our night librarian, takes another girl home. March 10—Watch Kerner. His latest vacancy stated "applicant must be married,” and Frank wants the job. March 11—Zook tires of bachelor cooking. Enter Mrs. Zook. March 12—Don erects a box seat in the auditorium. March 13—Ghosts in the dorm! Freshies pile furniture in front of door. . March 14—What nifty programs Ruby has for her recital. March 15—Home Economics fraternity formed. Bachelors not admitted. March 17—Dean Delzell wears an orange shamrock ? ? ? March 18—Grossoehme finally wins—the ath. field will have lights. No excuse for Sunshine to skin her nose now. Aha, Herby!! March 20—Several eliminated from classes—Dramatic club initiation. March 21—Back to "Second Childhood” or is it spring that makes us act this way? Dorothy Worley seen playing with two sweet dolls. March 22—Couldn’t even sleep this morning, but we don’t mind—we’ll soon have Spring vacation. March 23—Girls! Look around. The Queen’s Husband is announced on the campus. March 25—What?? Do we see Norton and Hudson beating the high school maidens’ time?? March 26—President Pate announces Spring vacation will start tomorrow. March 27—The big box on the dorm porch is not a coffin—but the wrapping for the new radio. Sunday nite dates no longer a problem. It won’t be long now—Spring vacation. March 28—The Sophomores stop at the "Fourth Wall.” 1 r i I A An Past 166



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SINCE it is not possible to return to old Peru each year during commencement week, as most of you also will find in years to come, we desire to take this means of sending greetings and congratulations to each member of the Class of 1930. May your future efforts bring the same joy of worthwhile accomplishment that you now experience from successfully completing your program at old Peru. It is a pleasure to be able to serve you by subscribing for this space. We would welcome the opportunity of further serving you by underwriting the increased earning capacity your education now gives you against loss, should death come too soon, or if you should live too long. LINCOLN LIBERTY LIFE INSURANCE CO. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Organized and Managed by Peru Graduates IRA CROOK Vice-President Class ’ll JOS. ALBIN Secretary Class ’io II. L. SCIIWENKER Actuary Class ’15 CLARENCE HOWIE Insurance for Professional Men and IVomen Department Class ’16 E. E. GOOD Director V. V. VANCE Examiner CARROLL LEWIS Local Representative INSURANCE IN FORCE, £21,000,000.00 ASSETS OVER £2,500,000.00

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