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Service Since 1897 Manufacturers of
Out of Town Trips of TREASURE-CRAFT
Groups Requested JEWELRY
Call AND STATIONERY
CHARLES WILLS Ted Kalderie—316 So. 50th St.
Phone 67 Peru, Nebr. Omaha, Nebr.
You (Jan Always Shop to Advantage at THE REX ALL DRUG STORE
Dependable Prescription Service
School Supplier, It. C. A. Radios, Norge Refrigerators Our Soda Fountain Is Up to Dale and the Service Will Please You
“The Butter-Nut Coffee Family"
F. M. L. C. Merrick DRY GOODS
High Quality Jewelers CLOTHING
Auburn, Nebr. J. C. PENNEY CO.
F. M. MERRICK, Optometrist Auburn. Nebraska
Eyes Examined— Glasses Fitted SHOES
Auburn, Nebr. READY-TO-WEAR
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1. Wc did Pat. Wall stubbed his toe at a dance and tripped Hcav Loken.
2. Tarkio presents “Hedda Gabbler.”
3. Hoggie Fenderson believes in Fords.
4. Vickers vs. Button. Earthquake hits 3rd floor.
5. Heck Jr. and Grossochmc have same idea about out of office hours.
6. Style show.
7. Adele chews gum in class. Why Adele?
8. I. Q.'s and convocation, “Growing Pains.”
9. Kats doubles up on his evenings. College Dance, swell.
10. Grand to feel free and messy?
11. Bob Cat closes—No more water hearts.
12. Sailors vs. Christians—Redding keeps time.
13. Harry loves her—he told her so—long distance.
14. Wirth wears his overcoat to go to Coatncy’s class. Afraid of absorbing too much — knowledge.
15. Crawford loses a bet. Peaches and Cream. Ruby loses something, too.
16. Mac has a heart to heart talk with Cue Ball over telephone.
17. Oldfield likes his bread toasted on all four sides.
18. Deb Walker tries to collect a 2c fine that isn't due.
19. Swellcst moon ever shone on ath-field.
20. Doc Winter comes to his 7:50 lab.
21. Dramatic Club gets a new bunch of actors—bad actors.
22. H. Irvine shows “The Foolish Virgin” around Peru.
23. Play contest in full swing.
24. Sunday. Foster's favorite funny page character is Wimpy.
25. Willie Vaughn dances back of dorm.
26. Who knows who the May Queen is?
27. “Signs of spring'"—Heav Loken with a blanket.
2S. Every one goes home—that is, most everyone.
29. Lavcrick, Pascal, and Ethington run the college—down.
30. Fraser does a bit of broadcasting.
31. Bob Cat open—Charlie looks happy. Stas is back.
1. Everybody's day. Especially yours.
2. A little Medieval torture practiced on campus.
3. 2nd Great Exodus from Convo.
4. Nixon answers a question in class.
5. Boys eat limburger, Skow couldn't take it—the limburger, of cou.'.c
6. College dance. Rain washes grass off.
7. Castle Brown's favorite funny page character is Mickey Mouse.
8. From here out don't believe too much.
9. Jim Wilson tells what a good man he is. pcckadve.
10. Blondic gets the measles.
11. Sayer and Linville get “A" on units, slip-units.
12. Edyth Mitchell tells Kingsolver she can appreciate Grade Allen.
13. W. A. A. dance last nitc. Philo-Everett tea dance.
14. Nice day—wc hope.
15. Strassburg is in love.
16. Lang ltx ks lonesome—or lost.
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17. Al Knapp sleeps two clays—not in class, cither.
18. Phillip McCann makes a personal.
19. Red Naviaux wears a plaid dress.
20. JuniorScnior Prom.
21. Dorm girls like “Little Audrey.”
22. Three black marks mean a campusing.
23. Should have some rain in April, just as well bo today.
24. Don K. “Fee, Fei, Fo, Fum.”
Don B. “Studying Latin?”
Don K. “Naw, can't remember my girl's name.”
25. Time out, applications.
26. All seniors have jobs.
27. Peek at last plays a good college dance.
28. Whose fault is it you are in school?
29. This EssmamBousc affair should be watched.
30. Miss Glosser sends a post card and a letter telling someone about a 2c fine.
1. Did you send your sweetie a Valentine?
2. The second.
3. Junior Party—Senior Party.
4. Dorm party—bunch of gooddooking stags.
5. Every one plays soft ball.
6. Just as well have a blue Monday.
7. H. S. Operetta.
8. Orchestra nite—Pace gets hot.
9. Band—Snider warms up.
10. Chorus—Stock goes to town.
11. AlbCollege dance. Doc Ware likes plenty of light.
12. Stroh, Prichy and Parnell learn how to construct “tangents.”
13. Track team starts to train for State meet.
14. Only middle of month and every one's broke.
15. College apple “peddler” elected—Friel Kerns.
16. Freshmen girls still have the 9:15 rule.
17. Dance—One of these weekends, there is gonna be 'nother earthquake.
18. Freshman Party.
19. Oh! What a lovely dress you have, grandmother.
20. Graduation is like the passing on of one’s friends—there are so many holes here and there that need filling.
21. Has been a good year for most of us.
22. These last days arc the best.
23. Tell her you love her and always will.
24. Senior Play.
25. Faculty reception for Seniors.
27. May Fete.
28. H. S. Commencement.
29. Inter Frat Banquet.
30. Class Day.
31. College commencement.
Quo Vadis, Ex Libris, Nix, and The End.
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