University of Nebraska Kearney - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Kearney, NE)

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" - s ' f "s:Y,Q.. -.f. , I j- f' ., , J fax. X - sf A' f , 4 N' f r " ,fa , . , , ',' f . , i Y . - f i at I 1 I ,, 1 , , 1 , u. i 5 it l if . -I ii 5' l , f W l - 2 . v aj , u l il - -ff "Ji r v' 1 t 1 1 , - . 4 q .4 ,wx , ,T ,, . , . . 'gk 1 .1 On the plains of western Nebraska The Antelopes roam at willg They frisk and they play, hy night and hy flay Ancl romp over prairie ancl hill. With beauty and grace and poise This creature so agile and free With its haunts on the plains far from high- ways and lanes ls the mascot of K. S. T. C. The Antelopes here are the students, The teachers the ca1'etakei's true, The campus and halls and ivy elacl walls Are the haunts the Antelopes knew. May we ever he true to our college To the teachers and standards they hold, To the friends we knew and the pals so true Our mascot and the Blue and the Gold. -'Nolan Alexander . n,1,.A ,nJ,,.. l ,, 1. ii! 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Book IV. Activities of the Antelopes. Book V. Friskings of the Antelopes. 4, , . " I ' . 1-f.i5J:I4 s.! . - x XXQA I 4 X X ' I xg E! ' NW 'W ' ' ' X Q, f' ws-XE ff? 7 . 'N wi ,X Q ,f X K s X X- E Xzbkfgki X , X- xv VSQA f 1 X 52 'ini-'1: 'A -Xf E gg if "'-E '92-1 X' M. ,,,, '1 ,- ' X if Q ' , f f fm ' M dri glfx fff' X M X -fl 5 -'-'f-:' Qlyrflf ,X fifi- Y 'L A - ff J , 1' 'ffm' 1.50 7 ' ' "' ' '-' ' N . I A W iff" V f 'Ziff i ff-T 1 M--M ff - V -I -4- f Q ff, f ' , - V d-'44,-W l V Lrg- 1 MD My ,L M RX Q!! W +9 2 F- f'A Y ld M -1 if f ' Haunfs of the Antelope ' 4 A THE TRICKLING RAIN DROPS, IN SPLASI-IBS ON THB LQWN 'NOTHING NOW IS LEFT BUT A MAJESTIC MEMORY." WHEN IN LAYING OF THE STONEQ OUR THOUGHTS FOR OTHERS RISE A TRAINED BODY MEANS A TRAINED MIND. , -.a,PJ5?.1a-.- e"' tfzvyv' xx' -J wear" , wx X63 ,',' I rv- -ff X .5-' - - f- - " ss' ire' '- , 4123? 'X ,X wg N THE SNOW-SOFTLY, SILENTLY, PLAKE BY FLAKE. 1 ,.u 50 9 I ' ' D ' ' . ot-eo -- .Q :QQ i QL, .,, !ito.:'f 9 ..- Z 0 ' ' 9' ' ., ,525 u J xxx ' , Q - . J 1 ' 1 J ' ' , 1 f ,I x ,- w .lg X , , " ,Q L w ' if ' 1 L x I am Q mu' ' X A TRAINED MIND5 THE PRODUCT OI' HARD STUDY K s , - . , I ' K, . J"f1, ,ffwm-A 5 fwffw-X if M ., 5:-Q f gg, Q '. ,, f, a , . J .!.,".,1iu5,Ly gg:-2433, ji Ii 4 H I ,g.5.gf5 K J ,QA L' ':- Q, -'-- 47,21 A HEARTY RECEPTION. I W ' f S .- 1. - -f 4 1 gm. -Q I in F " Q99 1 .5' -71-' wa.. 'W T' .fu ., ..... "W Ma, 27' Q was U , .- 4, N T1 Qi,-is , Q- 3 -Q. J- M j""-, 1 f .-2a.'iQ,. .45 'Qiif'-ff ew' an-U L . A 9 f Q.-1: O qs if 6.91.7 , wgd Zfaiakss-iff.-'-H "1 'G-'DNA ML-f' Q " -f Q -ad?-Sh.. fiusf. 4 Q Xuxkq I . "5 .x x ' jf Q33 X . KKXE 7 Qi? ' , , xg ff - X gg x SQ GX -L23 -. '14 , GK NGXKC CQSQMYS fs'-4L'5 fx X ' msg. 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IA ' Q ,,f - -V ' PRESIDENT GEORGE B. MARTIN .A-Wy:-f 'fa-Kfwlriaa Q., , A W ..G,ff-Qeafi-'Wi ' -IM: L Y --2'?3s'?', A , 4? x -1' '- 9 -Q 6 I 0 V 0 'U , QQ' s- Eng '. , - tp . ' 3533 -'Q . 1' ' , 4 :ll ,J ' ' X - S .Aj :J f K4 , 1 21,1 Q2 1 1 V I Xiu: . x I X U l A 4 , N" in .11 A ' -V E'-5f, 1a' R"Qf pffvf ll . 13 EDITH M. SMHWEY4-Registrar. C1j1'fM1q5i1glf'Qfj11L!t1Qlf'5 ff'Eg'l5c1l'11yr Cmnnnmru. .jx ,N . I W. K, 11, 'lf fx' K V, ,f Y' 1 . ' V. 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A., Honorary Member nf Xi Phi, f,'fIllX'flL?'60ll Cfllllllliltqvf2295!-gllKll'l.l'l'. th' VX A ROMAYNE WEBSTER, B. S.1'i'fH0lne Ec0!10!ticS.v'iJxACiimD15' of Sclawcc and Mntllemaxtivs. Advisnrb' 120.11-.1 uf Y. xv. C. A. 'fn A .. 'Kg' 7' 'lv .A ,Q-. .- LOUISE ENocHs, B. s.-Hema! conomicsl' Allmoyyifsy -.1 Y. wiki A. Fx. ' 4 OTTO OLSEN, A. B.-Industrial''Education SISilklS?l' SEQ'wrq'1rl5r,"sp0w11- Manual Arts Club, Con. vocation Cmnmittn-c Zlml Illl2ll'lUI'.. ,, w,rfw-- Qfff-'wiv gil' ' , Ai.. VERNE C. FRYKLUND, A. B.-IINIHSTEQQEdllC21ii0l1Q Spunsozg Junior Class, Sponsor Manual Arts Club. .. ., 3-gh, ...Ia S va 5 v s , ,v .- ' "-'l.'..-ff' ' 3 Q, ' . le, B., r 1 l . 9 Q , 0 Q , I Q 1. 9 9 9? 5? I. . I ,gf -vs'-.1--4-4-,XQl92 D:-'-Q :-.-.g,-3,,f5+- sf, is ' ia" ' " q . ,qqwfaaz :a-. 6296.3 XQWJ K 1 QRS!" AQ' - ' ' ' ' -.Si 1. :gg K . , 5' X J J I Mir ,Ai 3. my Y-:ly '-itll? X IZELFF' 153' , 1 , DLI," X1 If it Fi ?,PXlyU ! Nxiwf 33 X12 X Qu ANNA L. 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FULMER.-Physical Icatiou. my fl lf.IiYLiCIllIJ, Hip C'lllYe.uAfll19fiC Board. 0 ' A LTL f ' JANET PICKENS, A. B.-Physikfl Educntiou.,A ,pay -X 'QL A., 'Alsfisury Board. " ' H TW! 77' ff! " . M LILLIAN B. STUFF, A. B., B. ' " and R. N.7 giy5icf?fga1 tion.4 Sggoul Nm-sp. , 1, , , 34,17 - , H. 0. SUTTON, B. S.-Physical. icxxgg..-Acfffmr 1 Knfifils weiagpxii'Avflnenultzics, 0ll1l,i'l'lNI'I1ll of Curricu- lum Committee, Cllilil'l'l1ilil almitinls Fomm vef' "w X' ' 21' s 5 .5 , J. I. ENG-LEMAN, B. S.-Physical.Science.-455, 243112 -'Qi' IYC-lllld Mnthernntim-s Unum-il, Sponsor Y. M. ff. A., CllHVUl'1lli0H f'rn11lxniluhzf' Til imggfrf 'I'!'G-:ns E. A. Unit. ', ' " ' 1.4. r? s ,,'v1' """-5.2-x,wgt"' - -. , I A ' f T Tl . o v. ag 0' ,O .8 u f . If -iv:-" - -' " 6 .-. -.: Jil ' .Q 1' 0 Z-f en... --. on- - ' ' ooagf-, wne'db,i-L -Q Q ' 6.35036 42 h 355' -.4- -'gg if 1 wkfihe' 9173 ' X N I ' A Exist- . . . ' ' "4 X f J gk A V A. ' w- l 5 :J HTH , lkqiiry WC Q 1- xfgfx 4. 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Q- wifi o ,ge - K r 4 " "" X'-' r. fs ' - X 1? i 1 .53 , Pvggaffgggg. . ,dv - M? C. N. ANDERSON, B. S.-Social Sqikrlcc. sm' Histwryx'FliiIf'sC'liairmeln S1-hvciule Committee. I JENNIE M. CONRAD, A. B.-sgfmu SCiE1lKLgiM3lfi1l0lIRUl' History mixing! spmm.. sopimnw,-Q Class, P1-esi. dent' Alumnrw Assnrfiutimi,,Emuvui-zitinn,-fjtiimiiiiH100 lst ffiu11'tf:1'fn:, B 5 , 'ff : HANS C. OLSEN, A. B., A. D.-Dirgk torv I ailkigg School. ElfQQ1in1':11'y Muinhm' Xi Phi, Sponsrii' Suphmnurc Class, I'lilL'illg::1glll'01ll1, Crm enfifilgf-.G6i11i2Zi,it,tcc-, Ciliigynicllliiiii Cmnmi1'tci-, Articulation Committve, Lyveum -Blll'PTll4ROIl1lIlii.i.Pf'. .Ng M.-ipi i ' gr . dr . li' I ' CORA 0'CONNELL, A. B., A... .-Prindipal tit? ?I-gag Shook V Snniwsoi' Junior Cluss, Committee on Exanninutimi for Crnrdit. ,ni '1 5 1 J' FLORENCE CASE, A. B., A. M.-Tfagning.Sgl'iiJill.T.iLfQi'ii3ngf5 ?Zip Club, Advisury Board Y. XV, C. A. 1 , C. LUGENIA GLADNEY, B. S.-Tr:1fi:'mgSchdo1.' A4iVis01'?'QB'mi1'rl Y, XV. C. A.. 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Teach- ing Sviem-0 is C':u'roll's Luslil or al ln-ttlf!"Ki"b1L-liqeiiw-21011 vnuld not Iwi. 0 Q if xl: HOLGAR ANDERSON-Af':ulmlQ!pvf Svivuge nntp lylrylgygfljy 1', N. E. Ai: I-Iulgar is tall null film-udel' and quiet pcrluxps, ibut il' 1.hux'0" 'surueplzijig fo IL14i'lie'g'1glYyaf un l21lpH,.q. 11" ef., . . ARTHUR AREHART-Y. M. C., '. Xi I'l1il.,,A0'l'llN2TfVY S ieiicfeifizfilml k'utlumm1.ivS, Zil! Club. N. E. A., Alllllllllll Arts. Ar1's l'f'1llil'l. nas"51 1'6f0'l'l'P, His Xreulg Eir'ux1:fp'wide you must ngrev. ROBERT BEST-Xi Phi, A1'llLl0lll.y,5flf Scieuvv niisllllliatllgl xl Zlim Cluh, Thvuter Arts. Equally as . - nw" ,.. J - good as lhe re-st, Bob is classed 'gg tlief"'j?n?,st..T.' 'V' " ' XL -A ,ff-'N' - 3.7. RENETTA BIRD-Y. W. C. A., Frencl1'Ehub, History Club,.b5:E, A. She does her work each day, in 11 quiet, dignified way. H- ,,.,,f:' 5 . . A -.'1q,f..?,-1? 3 ,Y 11.-V.. Y., -Y . . .1 Q,- . .. ..i1'.'r -., . - '1 11" ' . Y' l. 'o,go - , - , .5 ob' ' '..' 212:-'fi-b1iC1926 .'--'Q .-3.-aa. ,. I l H.. 5 se no 'Y I xx ' p6'? v K A a 6 Q o 0 Q o I Qui Q L Q ' 0 'Q : K 7 XV' A 5. Y 1, ,, .-N M E. E 1 :WIN r if . . xijjfly Lf V Q 1' Qi.-fr ., HARRIET BQR O !kAf'I14.i0!l1Y nf Svfliait cfvfiimlygxi ifiiiifyjgifspgii Phi, N. E. A. ffjlixildi 'bf herself, never, silg qtrp 'fflilllllkfl thu AAT11kll!Ix'ill cg i'i1".'W'!"' Agjflkg, ! I KLYTE QBHRT i my of SC'i9iTfG"41Iiix,xY.i,,.Il -:- ,f Q6 Zhi fgspnnish Club, N. ip gf Klyws n n l l . .ia in-g16VIlF5!e lffnifxl wi g: Y rf'-if lv. If-.IiL?l' I r TT CARL ef: , Y, , UE, fanfic ' ' 'Q' AQQH . pp iziffl C gh 1' .L h - IJ unmml AQ, if PW iilfl da 'Wis h If ui fell-141' i iiI!gH,t3,?fx'c1ilHl1 i ' AX' 4 ' -' ' Y'x'1W'-1"N,ifi i V 1- MYRTL' ' wa' I 4' S - 1 sl v- " Q- H A- 11' llipxnatics, N' i miimf' i f ii 1 ii ip. !y L- V, -'LI X , -LLlx,g:V ,W X. I LETAH Day ' .., ,"Q1!i1'7NTfiEk! X kg f,,El'941,3'WfLV1i!W77ft'2?pg 5554-Qffiif 1' X lugppiness nmlg Lligifdlfi KZLH.-f?fJ" lg Til M '5i"f'i'f'7 -V f Ad -7' "7'i'11A:n , , t,- ,?,. ., ,, ,,,,,,,,..iqC-,I M if k.-..-F ziin. AMIB G-II.-BER' QY. XV. Q' A.. Xi Phi, N. E- IA W. Pi Kamii Dllitn, Aspusinns, XV. A. A.,mI,Ii?,C,lL1l1, Stoxy. Amie is"Si'iitTggu"un:l full and dignified, :1 dvbx41m', ai srflmlzu' and mnvh more besidei. 'X nj 31 ff ,.,, o 5. to 9- 05 ,' lo 0 1099 Q 0. 6:3 JI ' - i -Q0 -9-- og.- - 6 - 0-0 O 00' 'rg af? 4.3.1 L. in V ' - 0 Sufi: -L.: -.-nxeiiip. .,?5QQ,Q- M 3 - :'.' " f- 'x Rafi' 2:5 12" Sis. . ,af N , ' a 0 0 0 0 is as -. .5-32:2 . 21 ' Q . 54 X J V y . v 4-5' . iff. rQf5'2'4'2 'C QL f 5 ..,3s'."g. ,agfiraqfvxt 2 Q A HAZEL GILLETTE-Y. XV. C, A., Phi, XV L A., Acndcixigf of, Science and Matlielnntics, N. E. A. Iluzvl delights in -hugs and froggf ll zoo h ' ' she muy Inq lvufinst thc suniv, shn-'s one uf the best y0u'II every one 2lg'l'GU. gh vi X 1 -2' ' I "' Ji 1 ADAVERN GRABILL-Axt'll!ll?lllM'5f S1-1011112 SGT' V iiiiliegiintivs, T'llCil1f!'Cs' tts, Glcu Club, N. E. A., Adu- VCl'l1,S tulents ure iiiX'Gl'Sifi0a:Sl'l0YS illllriikll , 1 1'ri'u1'-ic :md A1 st11cIv1tfh'xcSi4l0s. 0' , , ,",,5,. V 55, . 1 RALPH HANSEN-Y. M. C. :.x',Al'iIfll'lll,' of 9ci0115'C?fiin1lx T:1tl1c1n:1figQa, EHHll1UllS, N. E. A. 1111115911 . , ,, was the A'Y0lLllgCSl" one, 11' 'work 'tis cyl: Q' 'vwlL32nVe ' px KERMIT JACKSON-Y. M. C. Pi lfilllllil IJ1-l . Xii.VN'. Zip L'iuP:'N. E. A., Emauioiis. "He docs Whvn we want things bcgunfxie ask Hunzul 1 wL'tis 113.1 la' 'I HAR-RY HORSHAM-G1--Q Club. iioy who 11"T?iisE51'1fJfam M5511 1.11.11 of LL Wm-1.110 Imma- KERMIT JACKSON-Y. M. C. A., Phifi? :Ru Delta, Xi PlliJ'?i'1l Club, N. E. A., Enlnnons. "He docs . ..f .fa ,, , .. . . ' .11 'Ig not Volk 01 um hu :Inns not uoilxigpggqhizggfigfl, ,,11-v M gum? ,f ,f 1.1! 5, .. QI if 45 . rg 'tgge - . up Q an -'!"?- za:-'fi' 2 i826 .M-' +-.mea k"'G-:.g"'-1 " h Q - -- -5--fiisw Qsiy .-" "og W N S' 2 1' 1 4- 1 236 X - fe ' ' ' 0 0 ff? 'Q . , :-:gif . Q , Q J :lf M M, IVA? F' : sl LQ'-. Q , J. X an lK'l'- " 'iw X Ulf. V -3 f- vw , ,ig P. ,f x 1 ,- JEAN JARINQZXIN-f-Thgillggmi Arts, Camp kla'411i1iQi'9,- dfamatics is g1'eaMb,XWT1,Hyi1er she must uct lQyg:4w :!'1i5,Q'if3-551' hate, X X 4' M!!! 4!rf is' fffx f ' . 1 , X. 1 1 " fi g, A ARCHQJMIEKEQP M. C. A., 1, B,nfjf1lcl 1NIamthcm:1tig3s.g.jX?W.2iL1g il good lwfwiigwzi '1mfff'fHfSTE1z5e1fft"+g:f Mr' '- N y.T1g.4+ 14n, if , f ' 5 ,fi f'-:f+g?i: 'VA ' ' 'V Q. X-7 gf 1,1 .-J' 7 ' PHRWQ1 - 3' W1 mfs' wfvff m , N1 g f Lq.H613mcQSw?fifii1Q4+Q 1r+ijfegm'4b4fa mv on F01 'o w,yI1L" Hx' 'tale n d! Lfggfvij K f x, N?7p,Qg4vTCfgi'k-T I ' LW' N ll, ff 211 ' Vf --. ,Q w ei " ' wh f " 4 N1 zaf MARY X L QE. . Q rf -, ifdflgiliiizljlgn LIARGUEIEIEQE 'fgf fjgf , L ' L' D' 'i. ' 'ic' fEfLlN1?fK:iT"7!icg5-X' TTMJ-.jx rguefite is u Gl1?IliixSf,I'5li uL f'cLL zfi f' x'17iFe xgi g1e1'll A I Mmwmixs xczr'11,f:izaz.p1u.g1NgQa1z ' ,afrw V Ifilwnziyrgalmgumfliw-Uwflmtcn ' ancagen Arm-y Mzistm fimqiife clear, IS a Cfllifimi-gE'i+jSS:iE1DKI -iT17EifCf1g5ag'. HKQEJ' .J-W.- ' " ' " W 1 , L Us :ftp-' ,wl S :Q 1, f fm ' go aff' lar- -4-' ifffQ19267- 7 -'-1-:.1-4, 3 'Q To"8"' Q Q 0' ' '45-9 .A-vQi"Z.iE: ..,tf.-,5-'?.n'. s 0 ,r' jf X Q 0.0, if X . 5: O 0' 0 Q I ffl" "- --"Hi" ' 5 ' ' ' Jig' K Z' skgxf, student 'tis unfair to usk. ' -:yr-r 31.71 ffflrlzj f f, . 1- . CORRINE MUNSON-Zip Club, XV. A. 'A. Cipuine is quite ant at- many ri task, for zz more worthwhile - f ' ri .Cf lil ' 'lx JESSIE OXER--French Club, CORDIE PETERSON-Y. NV. Cunip Fire, XV. A. A. S4 minute nt' every day. MYRA POOLE-Y. W. C. A. Maltliensatimfs. You'Il go IRMA POWERS-Y. XY. C". can-h in his sepnrzxtc stair, REMINE REINERTSON-N. us do. v 'l O cr 'tis Il jojiffn know, hor loves 'Hlkil fun are all uglow. 4 1 A Q.4A., AI'ZlilL:Imi 4lL'xEQv:l1ce and llIatllQ31:1tivs, N. E. A., History Club, naglhing bud :ilniut you Xwbniust l'il'IllXUafMly, the good you do fills every ,Q 4 , 3 .. ! M Phi f' K.. l 'T l ff! . 'U' . , K ,. , pq N 15. A.iX"?rrrrilQlin!5s, B Naltuffll Club, Avzirlmny uf Science and L I nu! yi and nulny in I -,'L4f3f', ul zu1otlie1'ixS'itl1 such u smile. u ' - w A., 13. E. A., 01'o-plillii:i,i15,' delhy ,ef Science and Mntlieluutics. "And shull draw the tlfliligfk :rs-liellse, illliblii, for the God uf things as they are." A ' -Li-.-. A., Ffgiclk Cluh, B Nlll'l1l'IL1LQ',xYB count on yon, many things to help 'gi-5-Tzxvsgffrf' MHC. I 1 H! ww, U ,. i N 'Jill 9" .o 1 I - ht' F 4 . - .--9"1- 45? 554:65-a-ZQ1926 ."--- 14.1.33 -- p, 42 Po J' ,GO fn-' wx. -'V'5-r'iT.2 - - , .., -S-Q.2':'+LfPf' Qi" 15' V 'RQ7t'-" via' ' X I Xiu' 'Q If X xx . a- - - - - ' sts: 42" '- . -.'-2-atv: ts Q Q . 1' v'.' . X F. C J X , x P. 11 5 . x f X 'Mfv . , I. f'17?',.f, ESQ if KK I X . . . JULIUS SCHNIH E -+Y. M. C. A,, Zi x,fCliU' , cixtlem' riff bi9ILCO :md 1NT:1t'lwn1n1ir:sl EHIH Ons, Xi Phi. , 5, Q. , Q . , R, Julius wwf v1x?1kn'IRv11 in K. fI5Cl'.QNy'glSfSfll'll Qxfitgddlyft jfs .you seldom soc. if , ffl XJ, 4 ,-.l,,, Q ,ff me lgrx,-V I ry MARJORQERFM I I-wY, W. C, A., Xi Pl1i:3:Q1M1f'yS7QfA hA A oL,Scicncre and lUlth0ll'I.llHCSQ N. E. A. . f 1 Y . . H 5-,N v . M 94 ,ff l l ,."L.," L47 2. Qule1ggQiYr' , lil4.293-QLg'1xt1xlli?,.:-UJFE1 .nfl . gqigLqqp!gV,1g MT.-Y. A155 f qi! -:Q '4 I A fr fi -V Ax if , Q 1 - 3 X-, - Q. 1.:.:r'- 1 5 'X' 'f 1 HERMQFEE. . fSfffwxf1e? 'ff . 1f.?i1?A....v f3355negvgfwW,,N5 E4 my Mfier-1111--'S 1.,.gev2W,s.QwN. Tum. lkgXi11a,,?' . V .l 2. .LffYb.L43i..12g??i,iB,.4sn..1aiW., ?X W 4. L4aq,.+, A I . ,, . - X . w 11 J 'Q .ww -Ali' 1133 ' oscAR swN TEL9.m?J i -.gpg1,c,i5li1?Qi SXLTSQ?-:KQ'ii.gn.ap.: -.X,x..,j,1i5 cum. ' Q H" W I A i 0 ' 'Suianif' 'snia :iffd Vt Q e,1 il 11 .I W GLADYS ffieg, bg.m1agQ751u1,i1. XHIEATLFD 5. M xvQf17t:."A:, QN,Tia,uq'5.x.fR?iL12i.i ' Mmm-+ Qum- . mifff, J 'V , ' 11. . ' 'f I--- i ,4- .L ........., , , ........... f ......- 1.,.44,.I.. things- Iilili-6-351011 's.fuL.t11c nam, ' ins. 1'c:1lliv-f1jq4t.u-l1xxsy-1x1::.5L..b.c-mummi-xly-sae-11 V 'ggwi ve... , " Xi-'ff as I 1 Y F ' nr F' 4 5 Q, 4 .4 I 0 . 1 3' ,' Qi QQ Q 1 ,, ,Q 6 Q 9 Q K- 3, or 1 Q.- H 'U-'ot' ' -. l"'u?9'o9ix"1"wavqv , V. - v ,,...,...5oySgfi"- - 'n.Q.."Pa,--.: , . -- -w,5,p- ?,f' Q. fp- g , X , . , 3 949' , fi -UQ, K 1 , J . 531:45 9 R 1 i 'ix' .-Ll: 'rgi ivry' J Q .six . 'I i. 5' Q 'A 1 Q IN Q Q 'QQ cs-' '- . i . i ti .t if' . .iii i X j 'I M X .5-.' ...Jai 'viii' ,194-T""A':r.::2,n VBRNER TURNWALL-Y. M. C. A., A5r:n11:t't'1x1y Science and iff!-tllQlYlIl!lt.'S, Zip Club, Manual Arts. Ver- nc1"s an artist with luthv and sgilnre, :inc zl playing thoxpizmq hv's quite above 'f:xir. 1 t y ELSIE VAN HORN--Y. W. C. A.vQ?:1tin Cliillrklg-zulelxiy Science Illlm.1l'lillllL'lll1ltlCS, Aspusiuns, N. E. A. She tluvs lICl' wurl: well wlicgfgr uilsy fupffilflwl, her classmates gitliqjldlsic their highest rogurtl. N,-.4 XV . ALTA VAN HORN-Y. NV. C. '66, Latin Chili, lluadtjlii St-it-noe llllgsfhlilllltfllllllll'S, History Club, B. Naltnrul Cluh, N. li, A. Slngiduus her hvstlwork ui'ery?"dily. Shu lcqefas hor SfZlIltllll'llS high this way. . I , I . X g . i V fw VIVA WAITE-At-zulclny Sciunifxuntl Ll.illllCIlllli.llQS. Xlxijizfs nu of tlifilquici zunbitious kind, u hotter frit-ml yun'il ncvur find. ' I ' i 'X . f,v I ' , - T . . . ' DOROTHY WILLIAMS-Front-h hath, Cumnicrviupub, Tsituyyi. Clnlrf' Y. NY. C. A., Xi Phi. Dorotlly is unc who docs hui' host, SlllJl!V0!'liS ur slugs ,2l1A'S,-Aklxl 1 jlgith 'lhc rest. . . i ,,. ., , t V 14 .. Q , -1 GRACE ZEILINGER--Oruphiliun, I-Iiittyy Clulv, Spanish Chi 13431. NV. C. A. Quiet :intl calm :uid always at ease, she dues hcr work with thamagli of these. , L." . , Q ,' .- Y "3i'faF5S3-i""' v J 'V' ' Q 1 an Q -Q 4'0" ' W-X -' ai!" '2'+"-Si--Q1926Z-'-' -'-1??3 2 "fav "si " '- s - , af asififi Siesta- -3' "'-g 2A' I '7'5'f G 5- 0 0 g 4 l -gfe' '- u I -835,7 E' pig X ! Seniors. li 1 I 1 fs", 4 In the fall of 1922 we came to K. S. T. C. a group of freshmen, many of whom were just out of high school while some boasted of a year or more of teaching ex- perience. As is usual with the new students of any school we bore with the jesting of tl1e upper elassmen and the marked superiority of the sophoinores. We knew what we were in school for and cared little for the other activities of the institution at first but we were willing to learn from those who were more experienced and be- fore the quarter was well begun we were as loyal a bunch of boosters for K. S. T. C. and anything connected with the school as any person could desire. No doubt we get some poor grades in lVlathematics or Chemistry or History, but our class was well represented in athletics, in school organizations and in school activities of all kinds. The members of the faculty who were appointed to guide the green Freshies through the intricate ways of college life were Mr. Otto Olsen and Miss Mildred Pat- ton. To these two sponsors we owe much of our success as an organization during our first year in college. in l.923 we came back to K. S. T. C. Many from our ranks had entered the field of business or dropped by the way while a nuniliei' of new members entered our class. iijnyf, lily. ,jg It was akljtentirely diffc1'c311ttig11oljtp lliilll which entered onewear before as freshmen.jl'ltjQfas. a group dQ slludhgitsflulivfllillfpreotrld look down ogfiXj.l1ejfrcsl'1ies and f lauirt l'j,i7at'llSTl0lYl andf iinfjiontl'3llcefllligfcgigllitlfijiiolc school. In f ailltlliiijfeili' own it we,-T lllilllviffili xl.-iiif'3'fi5q"i'1'Q5QQ? tl'-3' -T34 AFTQTU."lt.l53iillfi-fill l l ' QHQW 0 powga gl iw .1 1 MM il . fri fs' TT' fl-'fil o A 4.5: if ' l 'Ls R 'f'5'?'1 W t lina. Misig ljhiiwaslilf 'iieifil 2 U -Q -J.. X C 2- sf I W 1rjl'w2 1 li lll. lltlfgwll l ll- ltljl l"it2l.C1 il W l llfi 'H tl l liidlggng ff-1j,7V,A: .1'EL74.iis,5illEu1f,tljE2ZElMJI eczmj il, ,ers but still f ired'ijylj,lflfe?sfp'1'j"j14',oi 'lfifiigifesi' fillfifilijjljoqitli-ZlE'si1'es-to-cle wgge '-lbetter things. .A large number were chosen to bel 1l1C1i1lJC1llsTOf the Xi Phi lionorafflll.Taternity. The fall of 1925 found us back again, seniors. lt was a very serious and digni- fied group which gathered at our first class meeting, for the purpose of organization. A few of our class the year before, had left us. New members had joined our group. A number who had been sophomores the year before, through heavy work had stepped into the senior ranks. The senior class of 1926 was the largest class since Kearney Normal was changed into a Teachers College. The year was filled with toil and study, however on several different occasions we laid aside our austere mien and made lHCl'1'y once more like Freshmen. The first gathering of this nature was a picnic. The beef steak, marshmellows, campfire and song made it a picnic which will long be remembered. Seniors who live in Kearney opened their homes to the class on numerous occasions. The Senior Sneak Day and picnic in late April was one of the outstanding social events of the year for our class. The juniors entertained the seniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet on May 8. Juniors, we leave our places in this school to you to do with as you think best. We thank you for the many kindnesses you have shown us, and wish you a profitable and enjoyable journey as you bear onward our beloved Blue and the Gold, the colors of our Alma Mater. 'iZq5.-'i:s.6::.i,1926JZ--f- ziiiif. 1 'Q it -0 vel 52? iw' Q . . - 9323 :Ig .g xxx . 0 0 0 0 'C' I X iigfg . xx 5 fn 5 V9 N, J ul L!!! ., ,NM , X 93 iw "3' H 'I ,. f 4 l f A .P 4,5 XE' A :-.'T1,- ccLcX,s1 - NIQ 'O' 13 D . . 4, 1 .o m:q5-1:J.aa-ic19z6J7--f- ,ffi-M-H--.."Hffff2?.':4 9 - , ., P+ -swim" ,fx . M-r-2 1-gzgirv' ma-E5 4 Q .X Q 2,9415 K 'E Y, 7 l X5 J I I '12 , I 9 Q Qgff,,j'ff,. 'Y Q ' Q1 H Rx ,F ' ,JA4 sin ' " ,MG-fF,'1' fx. ,-:1.'5R"'ifQ". fri' Junior' Sponsors. N 5 I x, fs' F KE" vii! ii? .yn . ENV- , . , Qliw in f E,-E ffm- ' 'T' - Q-A. BMQ'-L'ff?' '?rQ'i'??fK:AE5'?M"AQ'1f-- Q ' 'D -3 gm 5 Q if 03 6 I 5159Z,,gz,., 5-g5,fm"..., KEEP Y W gb I V e C' Q Q. -.. T-9f:+"5'L1:'f3QX3f'gH'i-t27l:.'9"9 Q "' it "'?"v"2iii, - jay' 'X-V ' 0 0 boa. X Qu?" 1:2192 O A! if Q4 -0 9'0- K4 f cr. .1 ,qu "M!',v H- Q:-.., ., ,, Q F, - - "-K, -fren-:.g5.Q fd 5 w1:.1aff,5g..-f?,fff"' , x Q ' '-". Q . ,P ' -' r ' 1 ' if Y -an lvl. 'ff F '.",,"dI12fv-ggi' lf" EXETER, : if - xt 'gl . ev V ,N fp 9 fa jf! A Q19 3, , x .-1, ' .,f, JW- J'iff.g:'3jfg,?j,f 5 s - , , .. 1 yi s ,A4,1.f7,mfL3.. mv X .- 1 , ,lv 5 is Q, .yy-I -W P N .1 2. 4, - K vc: Lf . E13 ' A ' - f ' ' . fy' v,1P'?3 .. . ROSA EDEN, Kearney-O1'ophilinn, W.,'Af:Ai, Latin Club. x"blIil't!lC'SS." HENRY ALBRECHT, orafino-N. ,152 A., I.4QG:i!f'l11Ip, ..Am.nimm., I N' V, 1 S ILLA PAYE ANDREWS, IYGHTIISPG-r-Zill fN1llliif"6i1Ill1!fil'4', Franz-lx dlpllk, Y. XV. C. A., Class Prvsidvnt Elrrl qu:11'tv1'. ".IoYous." my Q 'SAI Q ' , 1 . gl l 'J EVELYN BOLDT, North P1atQL?Y. W. l'.S'!L, 'Kc-:i?l'hp,u.,w,L ul' Mutheftffllaltim-sz and Sm-icnmf, N. E. A. Hsm-i..l,i1iry." R- L E , '55 M73 Tw . X' 17' .GM ,. FLORENCE BURROWS, Mason' ty-Spavngll Cllq-Q3-,4IT1Q:1Q1'0 Arts, lN,41VI'I. A. "XY111smnr-11ess." -V I ' 'x , , , 7 Y CLYDE COX, KGIICSHW-ZiI7 Cwyx, Avzulc-my nCx?g3Ia1t.l1gfj?i71r-is Illld:FSl'lI"IlC'0, lx. Clufb, X. M. C. A. "Loyalty" 3 I-hglrll mt 'A GLADYS CRONK, Los Angeles-zilwgmg'Niic.. A.,' Y. Xiiigq. LA., Xi Phi. "Fl'i6l1tUi118SS.H RUTH DAVIS, Kearney-Y. w. c. A.'fwTQL5wiLy." W-.if +fii2F25ffr"' O F1 O'- o' ,Q w U ' ' - If , ggi -,.,ff"'--'asf-lizigiqifp f' cv,g o - Q . Q' ' E Q vi? 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' 1-2?-'5 YJ "4 , .1 , ,"1'.':fg- . l.?f'l-'f2'5: , . mf" " '-7 ,lf , .A Q. c GRACE PENNINGTON-Mi114lm1.,1:Y. W. ff. I., lluranl 011111 B NflxfQl1'i1l Club. "R0spnnsiblc.,' " f ,M I LOTTIE PENSE-I-I:u'x'n1'ml. I'. A., 61+qrTRlin1ifg, Avzulmixy of Q:-Qgxrvv and Mnthemzxtics. 'KAlvl't." , A ,. . MERLE PIERCE-Ouonio. Achffnnly uk' BiiltllklizlluigigV1ilmWsKi9llCP, 'x'.?!Uf. C. A., N. E. A. ''C0nt1'nv01'sy." 'qu V ' " f Al 'ti .TUYNEITA ROSElSL'lll1SIlI'l'lfil'HAl'il4I0l'lU' nf2?N211I11Lm:L1.ivs..?nns1 Sl'i0l10v, Y, XV. C. A. "P0x'fvcti0n." i MV I 'L IDA Rosr: SAUNDERS-Km-3 W. X,i-1'hi,'F1713-1' 'II-xkyrtg, Asmsfxfn. ' 1. W. 0. A. H1+1m.husi.1s1ic." lim' f .. j L ERMA SHIRLEY-Alma. C':1n11Mqv, History Clvll N. E. .fQ.,53S, W! C. A. "XVm'tlxinvss." k W1 MABEL SNYDER-ll:u'0uprn't. Asfwiumff11i.5P5af3-7E11fS51x,Wjm, Y. xv. cu A., Awlmy of Science and ,. Mutlnmmtirs, N. E. A. "SL-holulSBQk" ' ' I .' ' I ' is fx, ,,:r -Qfaflfff' ' V A'?5'f:f -' 5. 1 ul'-' .n ' ,fuk I 4 45 .Q A. ' " ' 0 Q 0 0 9- . '-Q, 55' ii.-24.61319 6?-'-" 1-.1.?.?-f Wmiigitgil, " + Q.. 0' "4F'?:5W .: ' nz I 231' X N I '55 2.53, ' ' ' - I its . C al' K J I sign N.. RUTH THOMPSON, Gibbon-Y. XV. C. A., French, N. E. A. "XVllUl0S01l10.H FLORENCE WAY, I'ar!1aru-Y. XV. C. A., History Club, N. E, A. H1J0Il011dillDlE." EUNICE YOUNG, Brandon-Y. NV. C. A., History Clnh, B Natural Club. "Mnsieal." f ff 1,lf llifil- ' .. if if VP 1 V . W. .. if "f'i9?fg+'L4... 'fififi-We , XNLWW Lt f' fx, if ijfzgfglffgzg TM K' rf1b1friL923aaSitSueET3Lfl? t iflrfwlt "Cwi9,1' the fi1'Sf'tiiiiiilXl fiairfguriaaffiearfi fi is 'ttrkll-M1 and MlSSik6 tl lygigessfully negotiiite ."Q ii-iidlrihe an- nual xfiifrf tgp- 'e time .slqwggill .xv stu- dems- ,. U15-'reef fawwvvsr-ali.. 1'gf1qU..s9t Jlsntfevfdrffvbtitfliaftf ttvbfifft. f? i1diffC1'Cm b1'a11cl1e?'oii3lgdiH:'ege"life ilrai?ejTl5eenfi liafvelop 1 .2lNlEii"1L"Ali, M ' l x'l"' 1" The sopthlomore year found the class somewhat diminished in nu1nbe1'sf"lJut great- ly enriched in the knowledge of the ways of college life. During this year the school organizations, many of which were led by sophomore officers, made great strides. lt was indeed a banner year for the two-year class. As the class is completing the third round of its college cycle, it consists of a mere remnant of the large number who entered on that September day in 1923. Their companions have entered various walks of life, and some have entered that mysteri- ous realm from which there is no return. The remaining members, undauntecl, are- passing onward toward their goal. As a fitting close of this third successful year, the juniors gave the animal banquet for the senior class at the Presbyterian church, May eighth, 1926. Here is good luck to next year's juniors and a final goodbye to the outgoing seniors. I 0'- gzf 1926575--F 1-ass: gi 9" . ii s" '54 . :sf:4f-:XC1 9z67--:- wifi? --fzifff Z 'RYA X J KX ff f X' 435 ly x , Ji 5 j ., w 'W V 55 4 rr 1 K v., V, ig-L 5 ggi? gm l",-1ff -'ff 3 A 5 Fi xx I I, ,f VRQAQ1 ' ff f ff SOPHUMORE 0'- o .4 I v I Q I 273 3 ,J - V I' w x 1 A , 75 N First Row-Sena Aden, Kearneyg Fred Albrecht, Cambridge, Elmer Anderson, Kearney: Elvira Au- derson, Omaha, Hazel Anderson, Stromsburg. Second Row-Myrtle Anderson, Stromsburgg Lewis Awtry, Stockvilleg Helen Ayers, Shelton, Violet, Baird, Plainview, Leslie Baker, Edison. Third Row-Ralph Barry, Kearney, John Bean, Elwood, Emilie Berges, Venangog Dorothy Bishoff, Harvard, Cecile Boggs, Lodge Pole. Fourth Row-Clenm Borland, Frankling Allen Bowley, Tnylorg Margaret Brodrick, Fairfield, Erma Broomhall, Erlcsong Bernice Brown, Arnold. A. . . L, e 5 1 ' A, ,J 0 l, 4: 'Emi F,-' V F-451 L V 5 55 Y 41, 55157 P KJ 1 , . , -' w.,, Va- Y .- lf., ' - ,tg ,-Ag,-'v ,, x J, l...,a, Q 'Y ,,,.u-J -",, ,N -N-if . nn- ,- f ,- .V. r. , K Y .4 .H W E E l First Row-Amie Brown, Arnold, Lottie Brown, Cambridge, Juanita, Bruce, Kearney, Helen Bulin, Omaha, Evelyn Bnrman, Kearney. Second Row-Estelle Louise Butler, Kearney, Walter Carlson, Funk, Fred Carpenter, Elmcreek, Glen Carpenter, Elmcreekg Seth Compton. Stapleton. Third Row-Nillu Conton, Loup City, Ida Craig, Kearney, I'ra.nk Croissaut, Riverdale, Martha Crunk, Los Angeles, California, Ruth Cruise, Kearney. Fourth Row-Ruth Cznit, Kearney, Wayne Danielson, Kearney, Birdelle Dawson, Shelton, Bernice Day, Kearney, Helen Day, Miller. .- , , J ' fr'-.1 , 1 ew -f ci - ' -'rl V f gf F. ,- . , 4 A ,f e' '-Y l,',,k. - :Q w 5 sg- Q -Q 1 I 1 . X I K ,,. ,m1fIj!i - ff 1 1, ,M r 1, f QL-.. ., f ,riA4,J A, ,--f" "' i V' 1 f , .,.r' f 5 "V " -W. ,mfg V, ,. v -1 xx. s , 4 W ., I 1 J N w Y 1 TS . , -1" 4 ' xi , First Row-Mary Deal, Callaway, Agnese Dineen, Chicago, Illinois, Bessie Dodendorf, Bellwood, Ken- neth Downing, Arnold, Leola Easterly, Bladen. Second Row-Eva Eggleston, Blue Hill, C. 0. Evans, Venus, Viola Fecht, Dalton, Merle Prazell, Smithfield, Esther Fruhling, Franklin. Third Row-Minnie Gcngenbach, Eustis, Lois Grierson, Ansley, Mathilde Hansen, Loup City, Lee Har- bottle, Columbus, Glen Harden, Riverdale. Fourth Row-Gladys Hartwell, Clarks, Aileg Hefner, Fullerton, Luna, Homnn, Kearney, Mildred Honeywell, Kearney, rme Imm, Mankato, Minnesota. 1. 1 11 4, Y 1 we-, - ' -A W - 2 X. .lirijjp ,J , ,Q J, v ., 14 if , 5.4. C ,T--f-' '- .4 . 4,1 "J --.f I ' 1 it ' -- JV- .p-' . if - - , 1,A1'.,., V 'Q . w -- - . V .f-,V - f , 7 , l J ,v,,.,.,.v ,, X x .- V ,, LN.-X1 i I :Z . ,X -- -M K f , , f 1 V If , i 5' ,, ' ' K N ' qv .. . 5- V P ' . 5 ,fri "I Y QLX I, , , - , ' 'ff-:Z x Y N! ', jf x 1 ' ' vw -. ' -f-3'-1 b.. 'iii , l , 1 I' ",- Q, - " ef- ,L 'eg-7 f' we -.mf I- . r - f, 1-H. .-, . - N First Row-Mildred Jordon, Kearneyg Leyla Kittie, Maxwell, Gwendolyn Kundcrt, Harrisburg, S. Dak.g Olga Kuska, Geneva, Elvira, Larson, Stromslaurg. Second Row-Velma, Lchmkuhler, Gandyg Harold Lldgard, Bladeng Hildur Lundberg, Kearneyg Milrae Lundberg, Kearney, Homer McConnell, Ravenna. Third Row-Anna Macklin, Kearney: Venice Mallory, Kearneyg Adelyn Mason, Arcadiag Beatrice Mat- tox, Comstockg Mabel Matzke, Western. Fourth Row-Annie Mcents, Blue Hill: Thelma. Metzer, Silver Creekg May Mills, Arnoldg Malay Mo- berg, Pleasanton, Homer Morrow, Kearney. , L. ,I . f , 1 1 -l , - . 'H ' fi- 1 , I . . . , V - .. , , .-5 .1 uw' 'ik ,, il in lm -1 L - J-l. .,.l . f '. .. vi - on-,M W.. Y g A, a L A 1 , l gg? "EQ: x" xx N N , ff , , 1 X xx , Xf I L x First Row-Sherman Mulvaney, Mason City: Verla Murrish, Kearney: Otto N Nichols, Kearney: William Nicholas, Kearney. Second Row-Raymond Nicklln, Amherstg Anna Olson, Ordg Bernice Overturf Ocontog Mabel Patty, Chappell. Third Row-Dora Pennington, Mindeng Edith Peterson, Mindeng Myrtle Pier lard, Farnamg Lloyd Pounds, Ogalla a. Fourth Row-Freda Reddy, Kearneyg Marie Rennicker, Beaver Cityg Nellie Schaper, Mason Cityg Leona Sheldon, Kearney. 1 v -T M.. olson, Mason City: Mary Ericsong Clifford Paine, ce, Shcltong Robert Pol- Sadler, Kcarncyg Alden -f - -1 4 - .. .. 7 f.-+---- ...X - ei,"-KN , f E, , 6. f 3 A -' Kd,..4-' fx r:,,- -.XXx.:V'1,, :Ju l ... -.'. .1 ir' ly- ff, ,gm x,w.ja--7 , X ,',.l,r K' ,-57.--' NK. "f'5Q"L 1 . 4 K" 1,1-ff X., ,- ' f ' --.4 ,f 1 X I , . . f r in 4 -X - ll , , l 1 - ff , wh ,lj 13:7 X v ' . ' 'J ' A ire.-g --":' " ' ' , :'..f' . 'M Tn' g .V . K , i iw, . A l , - If ,,. - y, , .. Kg.-sf, , , v .1 . 1" ff ' Vfffx '31 ..... 34-4 "F,-ffl. - f' First Row-John Siebinaler, Elmcreekg Ethel Smith, Kearney, Glenva. Stockton, Beaver City: Haze! Stryson, Mindeng Lulu Sunderland, Holdrege. Second Row-Inez Thomas, Edgar, Mildred Thomas, Kearney, Gerald Thurman, Callaway, Arthur Troyer, Gibbong Ruby Weston, Gibbon. Third Row-Mrs. Louise Wigfon. Kearney, Helen Williams, Gothenburzg Irene Williams, Kearney, Myrtle Williams, Beaver City, Dolores Yettcr, Fullerton. Fourth Row-Alice Yoder, Elmcreekg Margaret Yoder, Elmcrecl-rg Viola Youngquest, Loup Cityg Edna Zehr, Chappell. 'Nf- elif L N X Y 1 ...X, 4' ' l M, , rn. SU., ., ,. l WH f . -, if - c -- 7 ' . , ' , S 2 , ' -J J ' ,P ' fgrijjz L., jjj 1-.,, j 3 'Y -QQ: . ' , 4 ,v A. .X , 1 Y f ' i TLA- ,jj ,. ' fo. , ,, , . , f X 9 e . L Y - , vu:--I--L6w.n,, if-,,'.g,,,fqf-' ' "xxx ' ' -'L--Li.,-v ""i'5"'f,QE""Z-'w- . H, --'ZGQIV' J an 32" - 495- ' ' Y sa" gs X J Sophomores. X . v 36.12 The Sophomore class in Kearney College has made a name for itself in all of the school activities. Early in the year the class met and chose the leaders for the quarter, with Jolm Bean, of Elwood, as president. Homer Morrow, of Kearney, was elected vice-president, Sherman Mulvany. of Mason City, secretary, and Homer Mc- Connell, of Ravenna, treasurer. Soon after organizing, the sophs decided to back student government and convocation attendance so a representative was elected to the student council committee and arrangements were made for a rally at a con- vocation. The sophomore edition of the Antelope, put out on November 13 in brilliant red ink was edited by Margaret Yoder, of Elmcreek, and Homer Morrow, of Kearney. The night of the thirteenth of November the class held its first party in tl1e Y. M, C. A. rooms at the gymnasium. Not to be outdone i11 any way by any of the other classes the sophomores put across a big sophomore day, on January 22. At the convocation hour the sophs put on a program which, according to many students and faculty members was one of the best of the year. A faculty meeting burlesque was the important number of the program. The faculty met in regular session with each person impersonated by some member of the sophomore class. Homer Morrow represented President Martin, Ethel Smith, Miss Stuff, Juanita Bruce, Mrs. Elliottg Margaret Yoder, Miss Smith, Anna Macklin, Miss Crawford, Aily Hefner, Miss Wirt, Seth Compton, Mr. Noyerg Wayne Danielson, Hans Olsen, Marjorie Curley, Miss Conrad, Henry Riley, Mr. Bullock, Frank Croissant, Mr. Anderson, and Kenneth Downing, Professor Fretwell Knight Foghorn, of Podunk Valley University, a guest teacher. The program was greeted with applause when some member of the mock faculty characterized himself by a favorite gesture or expression so well known to the students. The climax of the sophomore day was the all-school party and dance in the evening. It was attended by a large crowd of students who declared that it was one of the biggest and most successful social events of the year. Lee Harbottle, of Co- lumbus, second quarter president, engineered the class day and was largely respon- sible for the success. Kenneth Downing, of Arnold, had charge of the party in the Y. M. C. A. rooms. L The sophomores have taken part in all intercollegiate activities. lhling Carska- don, of Gothenburg, is football captain for next year. Other classmen receiving foot- ball lettegs are: Robert Pollard, of lfarnam, Henry Riley, of Kearney, and Leon Aunspaugh, of Gothenburg. Basketball letters were earned by Pollard, Carskadon, and Huber. Margaret Yoder, of Elmcreek, represented the sophomores on the de- bate squad. The class took the interclass track trophy in a meet held March 30, win- ning by a large margin over their nearest competitor, the freshmen. Marjorie Curley, of Kearney, was elected to lead the class through the third quarter. 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First Row-Esther Alberts, Wood River, Allen Anderson, Kearney, Clayton Anderson, Gothenburg, Dora Anderson, Juniata, Earl Anderson, Clearwater, Ethelyn Anderson, Stromsblrrg, Second Row-LaVerna, Anderson, North Platte, Margaret Anderson, Merna, Paul Anderson, Omaha, Eunice Arnold, Kearney, Faye Arnold, Cozad, Mary Jane Ayres, Kearney. Third Row-Margaret Bair, Kearney, Nada Bair, Kearney, Mable Banks, Tarnum, Velma Bassford, Wilsonville, Gertrude Ba.tz, York, Della. Benson, Silver Creek. Fourth Row-Ruth Bergstrom, Holdrege, Milda Berlin, St. Edward, Dorothy Bohrer, North Loup, Ruby Bowen, Elmcreek, Catherine Boyle, Kearney, Eva Buck, Shelton. Fifth Row-Gordon Buck, Shelton, Lola, Bnnger, Upland: June Burchell, Minden, Beulah Burton, Scotia, Freda. Butherus, Bartley, Erns Camp, Cozad. P- First Row-Margaret Campbell, Grand Island, Clarence Capps, Lebanon, Pauline Carey, Kearney, Cecilia Carl, Geneva, Jeanette Carlson, Stromsburg, Agnes Christensen, Ord. V Second Row--Mabel Cloughesy, Albion, Lola Cook, Octavia, Velma Crouch, Archer, Edythe Davis, Bartley, Myrtle Davis, Hartwell, Ellen Deaver, Lodge Pole. . Third Row-Raymond Denton, Cowles, Dolla Doggett, Stromsburg, Francis Donnell, Kearnery, Perle Dossett, Axtell, Ferris Duke, Mason City, Cora Ellingson, Broken Bow. Fourth Row-Ruth Erickson, Holdrege, Wanda Erwin, Kearney, Mildred Esher, Broken Bow, Bonnie Fair, Broken Bow, Arthur Fecht, Dalton, Perry Fitzsimmons, Elwood. Fifth Row-Johanna Fro1key,' Gandy, Iona Freeland, Axtell, Bonnie French, Edison, Anna Gappa, Ashton, Irwin Getty, Waco, Ena Grafton, Kearney. First Row-Orpha Grafton, Kearney, Therese Grantham, Kearney, Mary Grovert, Trenton, Anna, Grubc, Naponee, Marie Haase, Kearney, Eloise Hanna, Lexington. Second Row-Allyn Hanthorne, Superior, Grace Harbert, Moorefield, Helen Hauck, Litchfield, Helen Hamvthornc, Trumbull, Margaret Headberg, Axtell, Zetha, Hendrickson, Arcadia-. Third Row-Evelyn Hcnke, Rockville, Ralph Hopwood, Newark, Frances Householder, Newark, Clyde Hutchins, North Loup, Emily Ireland, Fremont, John Jacobson, Hazard. Fourth Row-Verna Jensen, Norman, Alice Johnson, Bridgeport, Martin Johnson, Kearney, Harley Kelley, Mason Clty, Dorothy Keens, Kearney, Dorothy Kock, North Platte. Fifth Row-June Kock. North Platte, Evelyn Lammers, Columbus, Ruth lf.-indberg, Kearney, Helen Lindstrom, Wilcox, Blanche Line, Kearney, Genevieve Lindqulst, Cushing. ' Tiriie -J ""' f Tir 'Eid-be ,a Qiemif-'l5'9-5?3fM ff' rl 'l l 1 f ,X . r w , ,, lon? sf . .fff sk -nf,-N .535 , - S' - - ' "W-fry? X ' ffdli X- ' ' hz- 1 'Q ' l , rim 'J 1 X, ff'-F "W 5 A ' ' -4 W J -'X -a-1:3383 lJ,5g,.?5,,, D Q X ,H X ,-'r if rl, I?" as ,-' Q-,eg-3,9 iZ.'?'Lfe X127 tv 'F 'N ,Q-wi - . Q-b9Ze3,rZ?' -Q'-'mgv.1:1',,. --Y V- ffm I , 5 Q, xv, - Q ff'-K " H "faqs ,QLQ 'A 3, -..Ll .: v". 1 N 'Ml 1 Vik ' "" R' 7k l Yi mn- fd ""ef., HL 1 ' L sg If ' T- ,254 'r 'V' .1-!,2""' L, ks , J' 1 x , . I - ' ' r -' few in v '- First Row-Theresa Lockman, Scotia, Harold Lnse, Scotia, Eileen Lynch, Kearney, Ellis Neal Mc- Kenzie, Elwood, Lois McLaughlin, Moorefleld, Eva, McMahon, Bddyville. Second Row-Ethel Macy, Brnning, Anna Marguardt, York, Harold May, Minden, Helen Meyer, En- ders, Delta Miller, Culbertson, Alice Moore, Wood River. Third Row-Elizabeth Moore, Naponee, Sadie Morrison, Loup City, Mildred Myer, Ravenna, Blanche Myers, Sargent: Byron Nellson, Kearney, Marlon Nellson, Kearney. Fourth Row-Magnolia Nelson, Kearney, Mary Nelson, Cozad, Rodger Nelson, Upland, Gertrude Niel- son, Cnambers, Lois Noble, Miller, Dorothy 01 field, Kearney. Fifth Row-Arthur Olso11, Sweetwater' Edda. Olsson, Ord, Hazel Panek, Kearney, Juniata Parkyn, Bertrand, Vera 15enker, Kearney, Beryl Pearson, Kearney. 8 Q2 1-,ea Q9 ee, f . 1-fl iQfTfQl:45f:4i-173 fe s, fs -3 We-.we ,",j-'1, ,:--1-1. L - we Y . iii?-l?-fi is i -fe -- I Q 'ff' fr P- ,' fv '5 3, f a,,-aglbv eg fe- ev 331+-,.,,.'!'1eH4f,,en 1 A'K?C,S.wfe rf. of First Row-Elaine Peterson, Bertrand, Ethel Peterson, Bertrand, Florence Peterson, Lexington, Elma Pettijohn, Kearney, Gladys Pierson, Clarks, Leigh Post, Cowles. Second Row-Mable Predmore, Gandyg Marguerite Rask, Boelusg Shirley Raymond, Scotts Bluff, Eileen Reed, Bladeng Winfield Reed, Kearney, Evelyn Reese, Wallace. Third Row--Leanore Reinertson, Hazard, Grace Roads, Axtellg Gladys Rodgers, Bladeng Gladys Ruebse man, Harvard, Carl Sandstrom, Bertrand, Dorothy Schanon, Odessa. Fourth Row-Myra. Schaper, Mason Cityg Wauneta Schlesinger, Shelby, Marie Schneider, Ravenna, Alma Schnmacker, Scotts Bluff, Marie Scranton, Miller, Alta Seybolt, Broken Bow. Fifth Row-Verna Skelton, Ocontog Perne Slack, Minden: Mrs. Sieberger, Kearney, Evelyn Stoddard, Litehfieldg Mary Straka, Lexington, Stella Swearonger, Pleasanton. I .Q ,.g--me-rfv1z,. 0,,,....,.,s Weir E-"vfa5:,H .Q M, ., .pzfir-in -- , ....,, -H--,'fw:. H fx, , Q' 53--?-fe:.ggfen'ef f1'.-:Pill QR 5. "9"":f'.f5I'575i":5kf9 ,ff fe .ff X. 'gf--5--.hx : Q, :QQ ,-2 FQ." gel 5 ,, r 1 " gel-wg-'g.'111i,' ' f' H ,-' xx 'f'k'lfN--liz" .- Af , , l , -. Q... ,ear X -.-5 ,,,,,.' X 1lf,,,g' Q.,- ,-an .fr l . 1,4 - I -, K..,A 4 Veg-.gf ,ff ag., ,, 5.3 X M Q: ' I-'la tile 1.2 ,RR L' A y if nj,-wx! ,jf if ,I .f3u.iXA. , X ' f ' ' W '- ,- ,- .-.- 41' .3 i , , . ,5-D9 2' 'Y l -2 X' l 1-N' "' 'U .. ml .'- C-l ' A' ""fE41ff+"g?-1 - . 'fn-,ZF Q Y 1 5 . 'I f N A' I0 - ' ' f' T , 've-ez-ki' ge Q -. ,, Y A 'Q ., .4 fl, I , .uf , Ace ." if ,A Q if 44 K- , -N 'w 4:5 gp 9. LJ "' "T nip:-51.75, 6525, fa -if .-1 WX, 1+ 1 .4 H. d- Q LL-pf-f,3','r 'tire ,M ,j .M :. we , - . 'Y-H' ., Aw- -fx Q - M J, 93. -v' 't v ,wflf W. of Q lex Xe - Li? 55 ' 5321. , - l.,,,.:. -. Q.. '. - N . 1 .3 My Mfg af w . ew -fu., . L. First Row-Gwendolyn Swift, Amherst, Lucy Taft, Cozad-g Aryilla Temple, Velma, anong Gertrude Thomas, Edgar, Mane Toxlhan, North Platte. Second Row-Helen Ughrin, Wellfleetg Archie Urldel, Clearwater, Opal Urwiller Wach, Wilcox, Viola. Waite, Lodge Pole, Andrew Waldmanu, Comstock. Third Row-Frank Waters, Atkinson: Edna. Webb, Odessa:-.Tack Wheelock, Kearney, Stanley Wujek, Keystoneg Mabel Yost, Hastings. Fourth Row-Pearle Yost, Harvard, Neola, Young, Stella, Lana Zehr, Kearney. ' Edna Tllomals, Leb- , St. Michaclg Esther, Q. ll, .gh 6' Q if 'W' Q Q ul- . 1 , 4. ,T . ,-e-w.'lr'- - Q A A ' N ,' 1" , gf' ,., K 1 .gy -29 '3LQ':S-pri ff' :gf -fear f - ' V G' Sw 4: ,-.. ,. 1 ce Y.. U ' . V fl Q 'N -' , ,- '--' " . fm .QP ..f:As.'- , 1, . Q J ..,N,4.g,p 1, G, -1--fr-1 if A ,',j'-:fri .,3gfR5ggE?-.,.,n:f . 1' , ggi-In vhs, f fe .Z V, :W 'WP 'E' 'TS-vfaamaai-iQH'E,Ug,4,,-5-. l i o t lll1f'CSl11fI18I1. 'First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter President-Jack Wlieelock-Alleri Anderson-Erwin Getty. Vice-Pres.-Elizabeth Clark-Carl Sanclstrorn-Blanche Myers. Secretary-Mildred Foster-Gertrude Thomas-Alta Seybolt. Treasurer-Ralph Dailard-Bonnie French--Leigh Post. The class of 1929 assembled for the first time on October sixth, with Miss Mar- ion C. Smith and Mr. M. S. Pate for willing and helpful sponsors. The Freshman Class numbered three hundred and thirteen meinbers or nearly half the entire student body. This explains why the freshmen have played such an important part in the school life of Nebraska State Teachers College at Kearney. The freshman class has been well represented in debating by Miss Ruby Bowen. john Lancaster, ,lack Wheelock, and Allyn Hanthorne, Two of the four yell leaders. chosen by the students were freshmen, namely, Miss Hazel Panek and Miss Edythe Davis. Over half of the glee clubs belong to the freshman ranks and many of the soloists. ln athletics they have played their part well, for six of the sixteen 'Lletterp men were 'Lfreshiesf' The talents were varied, for drainaties claimed a number from the ranks. The freshmen were in charge of convocation on Freslnnan Day, February 12, 1926 and edited the Antelope for that week. The freshman class proved its originality by introducing programs at their reg- ular elass meetings. These programs seem to have met with the approval of the class. Our stunt for the '4Showdown" was successfully presented by Eileen Lynch, Hazel Panek, John l..aneaster, Erwin Getty and John Vlfaldinan. We are looking forward with pleasure and interest to our remaining years in college. May they prove as worthwhile as this one has been. 1 :Q-age. Q WRT: ' 3: -'--ff-' '5,,f'7:'?i 'ig-' wg ' A ' 'Q QXX '.QZiT: its 'J Q7 The TTTCSTIIIICII. There's a joke ever present in college lt's the theme for the Sophomore pranks The Juniors precise and the Seniors so wise Malce sport of the Freshmen ranks. lt,s true that the Freshmen are different They add new spice to the life, For they're new at the game and can't he the same As the classmen who've seen more of strife. They drape themselves over the fountain And stand about in the hall These things have been done since the school began We need not he worried at all. They tell of their victories in high school And the wonderful things they have seen But we did the same when first we came To this college as Freshmen quite green. They may boast of their good grades in science And their excellent showing in Math. But why make a fuss, it canit affect us Why should it stir up our wrath? Though the Siopholnores, Juniors and Seniors Make fun of the Freshmen new, We'll have to admit, they have done their bit Wlleii there was anything hard to do. -Nolan Alexander. U O" gt .- 4 Qu ' '. Q. f 0 ' Q - A t Q 0 Q 3 71 03.0 - 6 - 9,0 'J 530 iz' -,.. :Silvia --,,-,-e 5 all ""f":i"i?..a-Q. . . ... as-2.2-sw-Pirie Q' . 1952: ,- A , ihfh 1 1 'ifgiig N. 5 " T 1 ' -5 .. ji' 0 V it 0 G ff amid 1' ' '- '- ' .'- Zac? ri?-Q J x 'tri' 'vagal' - Q vff' x gg .1 unior and Senior Preps. The Junior and Senior Preps are the classes of 1931 and 1930 respectively. Our number is smaller this year than it has been for several years. Professor John Hale and Miss Ethel Hill are our sponsors, who have heen ever faithful and loyal to the organizationg always ready to hel.p. At the heginning of the year we organized with Elvira Peterson as president. The one social function we enjoyed during the year was a party at the gymnasium. Although we are smaller than some of the other classes we are 100 per cent strong for K. S. T. C. Though we have a long journey ahead of us in the educational field we are hoping that nothing will prevent our completing our college course in this institution. When the new Training School' huilding is completed the Junior and Senior Preps will become a part of the Nebraska State Teachers College Training School High School. Training School. The Training School is an essential part of the Nebraska State Teachers College at Kearney. lt is composed of five departments: The kindergarten under the super- vision of Miss Agnes Knutzen, the first and second grades under Miss Malvina Scott, the third and fourth grades under Miss lda Brink, and the fifth and sixth grades un- der Miss Lugenia Cladney. Miss Cora O'Connell is principal of the Training School High School with Miss Florence Case as Social Science critic and Miss Alberta Gib- hons as Mathematics and Science critic. The teaching is done hy student teachers under the supervision of these capable advisors. The entire Training School is under the direct supervision of Dr. Hans C. Olsen, to whom much credit is clue. Student teachers are given an opportunity to meet and deal with actual school room problems here. Indeed it is a valuable part of our college. , a v. ig . 0' Po y . . .9 5. , - , , ..- ,l 1.5, eg-' ' L- -f ' 1: :Q e bf!-QHQQA x A X ff ,Q X55 Q N . P , , V i ,ff wif 'QL 'K . i X . 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Second Row-Marjorie Smith, Senior, Florence Burrows, Junior, Martha. Crank, Sophomoresg Katherine . Boyle, Feshmeng Mabel Snyder, Y. W. C. A. Third Row-Anna Gappa, Catholic Club, Estelle Louise Butler, Town Girls, Esther Fruling, Out of Town Girls, Myrtle Donahoo, Dormitoryg Margaret Yoder, W. A. A. 9 W onien 5 League. Since the fall of 1921 the W'omen's League has been numbered among the prom- inent organizations of the college. Each young woman upon entering the college, is automatically a member, and is given the opportunity to attend the excellent meetings. These meetings, which are held on thc fourth Tuesday of each month are sponsored by the Dean of WOIIICII. The Vifomenis League has done much toward promoting the social activities of the school. The mixer, the Halloweien party, May Party and the Valentine Tea, as well as numerous other minor affairs have been the result of the united efforts of I the league. o ' 5 . 3: The dues of the league make up a Student Loan Fund, which has made college if possible lor a number of girls. th . 3 9, ia l " 911 Q -Q 'wx V Y 1' X V 7 ' 4"i' ii'. -ff' i 'vri-1'-243-:Z..esgx iw Qfflllpi 9 J '-'fe 94539-E, , Q2 ZQSWQA-J gig? Q , .NAL A- QM! 2341, 9 3 .Q 3,3 pg- ' "e . if " if 1, , , 1. arent- L. Q ' 'T' 2" if J ., L Top Row-Mrs. Idarose Saunders, Presidentg Ethel Hill. Chairman of Advisory Boardg Mildred Thomas, Program Chairman. Second Row-Gladys Timson, Social Chairman: Leona Sheldon, Finance Chairmang Ruth Crnit, Secre- taryg Amie Gilbert, World Fellowship Chairman, Edith Peterson, Social Service Chairman. Third Row-Irene Williams, Under-graduate Rep.3 Myra Poole, Membership Chairmang Velma Lem- kuhler, Publicity Chairman. Y. W. C. A. The Y. YV. C. A. has for its purpose: to unite the women students of the college in common loyalty to Jesus Christ, bringing them to accept Him as their personal Savior, building them up in the knowledge of Christ through Bible Study and Christian Service, and enlisting their co-operation with the Christian Church and with other religious Workers in the institution. The women students of the college have always evidenced an interest in this or- ganization, as is shown by its enrollment, at present being approximately two hun- dred fiftv. The organization meets every Thursday morning at nine-forty for programs and devotionals. Besides these, the Y. XV. gives an annual banquet, aids in the special Thanks-rivinff and Christmas services, sionsors "The Nativity" ala , the Holida is rn l . l Y Y Festival, and invites the student body to an Easter Tea. ln general, it unites with other leading organizations in carrying out prograrns that will enrich the lives of its girls. . ng., 5- ' . 1 'f Q- ter.. l '- f ..',- A gt. I. .gi d V, A ,.-f-'-'--,xagc--n',iQEi its jg M Q 'A asf-145,327 F-7,2-xxx no AUG- ,,,,,. M' fo' :1T it X. fig? x 91.2195-9' ffm? c"'El l F f if - "'9'ig'Qif' NK X .A " 51,5--' PM il , f P if 5 W XY I ' 'li ea iihhgi Ex 'S ml 1 in fsffqgiki 4 ' . J ' 'Q 4 ' .. u- "'f' Q St'fs'QQs?' , l' 'it fl -H2345 f-es.. '-' . 4 . it it -f .--f.-ff Xa' l. - , K 7 xx f ' . N"-ax, 4450 an 'B . . - ' X-V fl- ,K 1: x :-s-A 4 ,. ,-g.. .L- U 'Q -' it PT 'i LJ , 727 532.45 tg, 1-J ...f W1 . - W' xii? 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The Young Menls Christian Association of the Nebraska State Teachers College at Kearney is one of the strongest organizations in the school. They have carried out a program of education in international affairs which has been a benefit to not only the young men of the college but to the school as a whole. The organization has been instrumental in securing Ben Cherrington, Doctor Fling, Kirby Page, John Ruskin and other world citizens to speak before the students and faculty on world conditions and problems. Not only has there been an extensive program of this kind carried through but also there have been regular meetings every Wednesday evening in the Y. M. rooms at the gymnasium in which topics of vital importance have been discussed and special talks given by outside men who are interested in student welfare. ,I The Y. M. C. A. this year is one of tl1e strongest the school has had for years. ., gi This success is due to a great extent to the efforts of the president, Williain Nicholas .Q -64 of Kearney and the sponsor, Professor J. I. Engleman along with the cooperation gig of the cabinet and the support of the members. fees 1- -f . Q. 'LMT' .1 r f ff"7' -c ., mf- .feif'w'1-milf f iw QE-ER -,fg..,-Iiss .1-.. 9, ,,x.k, .I L33 9,.J5':f?t.. Q Y 9 ' ' -- " .5-1' . 1 , ' , ,. "FJ E o O na -:E 6 E P3 1 I w ,wif W Q90 -- g?fg?'5sq -' EH , 5-YA 1.9 A ' 5 W-2 2 'ang nigga. 'SR Qu 553 A XC? x V! , . ,r M! CATHOLIC CLUB ROOM. Q an 1 5 , -Q gf 1-. 1 Q, 51 'S 329 use gp fr' 'i"' ,E Q L' --Q 'ix M ,- 7 -s -, --- mm. Z-'2+4f'g-f'if1GfA.Kiaif-'Q7"P:'-""' ff' Qsiiqdugl -S " """ QQQE-?5L x: , J, '1-'ir2,1- :Sas 1 I-. - , -K , ei-'f:i1'Ex1tr2.4 ,aaa-L .AQ 's-- asv-sstaiiffb f . f-"f - if '-ef.. it :2fe7f'1a-'fzgfif' f' X? Xa- flirgk' tb af' fl ," , w if7fhe"-2e?f" If 2' , -. g,'7ik,.S . - 1 f H o l - -v15!,.- .f ,X-. 'ltafieff' ' l 1 af f'?"',afr' ff 'N X if . - G 4 Y '. ' A iff if' if.. gg U X .. fr C9 l Q Q 'ix 2511513 I3 - ., ., . 4 , 'Q a Siifv f.. .:.aL4bQ,. V A l NI a ...,5.,:5M, as-L tg Q , . . it . my f-vw f Yi if , lu I' r, ' va wi! RQ 79,941 . V I . , J, -5 a: 'a t Pa 1 ...W Professor B. H. Patterson, Professor John Matthews, Sponsorsg Alice Moore, Presidentg Vera Poaker, Vice-Prcsidentg Mabel Cloughesy, Secretary and Treasurer. atholic Club. The Catholic Student Association was organized in the early history of the school by Prof. B. H. Patterson and under his guidance and direction, has grown each year in numbers and in loyalty to its cause. Moral education with a religious basis will not suffice in building the character of youth. Definite teachings of religion are thc only secure foundation for adequate moral training. A systematic study of the literature and history connected with our church and faith and the correlation of this with our College training for better citizenship and living, is thc aim of the or- ganization. Programs each week are planned with the above aim in view and are given each Thursday morning. Professor J. l7'. Matthews, assistant faculty sponsor, is always interested in the activities of the Catholic Students Association. The students are fortunate i11 having an elegantly furnished room in which to hold their meetings. This room is the gift of the Nebraska Knights of Columbus who have always evinced a deep interest in the Catholic young people. A well chosen lf, library made up of fiction and reference is at the student's disposal. Several social ll 2 meetings are held each year, among which arc picnics that are always well attended jj, and thoroughly enjoyed. -M' ' ur ',, 1 , i. F, N- Q-. Tig- "fr: its Effzefif Yi iff as-'gg .Q Q . . 1-1 gf'-f V Q- Q , f ,Rein-' I n ll E -U ', " Ng apex 'ws asv-EMS'-,-,w1' 'cfsgef -:aaa-4-Q me Q-Else Q" ' ef fs wv"a'a-if-efitfilaa -ff'-' ' . f-'na, Af-', -, - ,.. --, F- r ' - ' ., . an 4.x X - , , . iii?-'I53 . r - w t ff," ' t . ,- .v V N P. JH., X M. 1 as , AY, I , I I ,. J f' ,- ' 1 , I ,P gi V, w ,, l. f -as: .. . -i Q A . I-iff'-7.4.z,5"" 1-gifs N ' 4 5 i "'E r 5 'W ' -fr 1 ' , , i: '. ' . NF. 'XP-I' T Q ll ' I i 'X -.r 1 432- l X! ', V -- , 1 X" H! f f 1 ' r 1 1 ' . .-f l-' -N-. A214 "11'iF" ,,- 4 ll 14' 'Y Top Row-Burt, H. Albrecht, Martin Nelson, President Martin, Morrow, M. Pierce, Compton, Thurman, Pollard, Hansen, Carroll Anderson, Alexander. Second Row-Doyle, Powers, Slack, L. Brown, Poole, I. Gilbert, Snyder, Berges, A. Gilbert, Morrison, M. Thomas, I. Rennickcr, C. Peterson, A. VanHorn, R. Thompson, Nicholas Honzcl. Third Row-M. Williams, Straton, Mrs. Wigton, McCaig, Pounds, Imm, Gillette, Shirley, Morris, Paine, Arehart, Bird, Olson, Yoe, Croisant, Mason. Fourth Row-Myer, Banks, Way, Ayres, Benson, Hansen, IE'. Burrows, Timson, M. M. Smith, Boldt, M. Martin, Grabill, Mastin, D. Williams. Fifth Row-H. Lundberg, Mattox, Meents, Stockton, Weston, Eggleston, Jackson, E. Vanl-Iorn. Anderson, B. Smith, H. Burrows, Hayden, .E. A. The first student unit of the National Educational Association to be established in the United States has been organized by the prospective teachers in the Nebraska State Teachers College at Kearney. The unit is made up of eighty-seven paid up meinbers. The regular meetings held on the first Monday of every month have been well attended. The programs have consisted of discussions on topics of interest to those of the teaching profession. Professor H. O. Sutton, head of the Physical Science Department at the college, gave the first address and told of the values of such a student unit and what it could do toward professional gains. Following the N. E. A. meeting at Washiiigton, Miss Lula Wirt and Professor Powell gave accounts of their experiences there. Professor Hobson of the Kearney High School and Dr. H. C. Olsen, director of the Teachers Training School spoke at a later meeting. Professor Hobson presented a plan for a general science course and Dr. Olsen discussed the teacher profession from the viewpoint of both the teacher and the school board. The officers for the organization are: president, Carroll Andersong vice presi- dent, Arthur Arehartg secretary and treasurer, Martin Nelsong program committee, S, Seth Compton, Mrs. Wigton and Mildred Myer. 46' J UI M13 LJ Klfg. ffiu- asia-r"'.fff.L1s'p-.. .. . 'f' """ - ' -,L 7 ' ,. - - . 1 Wilfiejigf'f'-Q,jE'5.iZ-i'2-fi?."f fs- ,:.1.-.-F' .. 4 A .df 4' ' , .1 P" ' - --L ' 'TM 3 " M T V D ' 4" F C1-'f7'i Q , x -4"""' - 'mfgvaz' -if-' fm ,Qi .. , , ' ' -,if . tn . ' - . 1 -I : f f " xi- -1:-A-I -- 'f N. W .ft . ! 1 fy asf . f v l 4.91 , . . Q. 3' ,Is t C2 .q 1--1 - t . . T R.-ffiefigaii E I Fil ' . li l 1 in F ii Q ' l . t. Y I l 'rf it - .g"Q,' ' N ' l- .-.iT l xiii, e-'ffl' A V ii ' -W e l r Forensic League. The Forensic League was organized in 1922 in response to tl1e rising need for support to the teams during the debate season. The o11e great purpose of the organi- zation is the promotion of intercollegiate debating. Members of the Aspasian ,and Emanon societies automatically became members of the Forensic League. From this nucleus officers were elected. Since that time the Orophelian literary society was organized and admitted to the league. Recently the local plan of organization has changed and the officers of the named societies take charge of the Forensic program, each for one quarter. Opportunity is given each society to enter on a more or less extensive program. The programs this year have varied from mere social gatherings to the discussion of SOIHC very weighty topics. The state debate question, 'aliesolvedz That the con- stitution of the United States should he amended in such a way as to give Congress power to regulate Child Labor," was the source of many interesting discussions. Student government was discussed pro and con. A few of the meetings have been entirely of a musical natu1'e. Miss Amie Gilbert attended a meeting of the Nebraska Forensic Association in Lincoln, early in the school year. At that meeting the state debate question was chosen and other problems discussed. In April Miss Ruby Bowen represented the league at the second association meeting of the year. At this meeting the officers for the year 1926 and 1927 were elected. The peace oratorical contest, which had formerly been managed by Xvesleyan University, was taken over by the Forensic Association. The local contest was held May 6. The tryouts for the extemporaneous contest were also held at this time. The general topic for this contest was '4Present tendencies in modern educationf' These are iust a few of the things Forensic League tries to do. Needless to say an organization with so worthy an aim and such an immense program is a strong link in the chain which connects the college with the outside world. , '."S,a:+e1 L s gi 5- I .- '-1fl3'-.-a- Q' -A-, ms ii. , f-Q.,-V ,JL ,J Y , -,I . c.--Q ,VVV :.,,x.l-. seg. . ,X-4""""Q-Q, 'J i'?5-'ZL"1- "'- . ..- . "" r ' ,,. .- - -11' 5 def- -,., 1 ,jvrnk 6-FA, 4: 4. ., V Aj. A U , ...egg sf., Aa'-if tgf 'Mx "'.f.fs,iL:f'IP- .Em-:wp ' . W ' 'ig -j,22':5f,f?f?1 " XXLWK f?f'i5'?.':Tff?f' HZ- ' ' f' "TH5'J"' ' .- N ff- "x "-'SLT sf . 'I ft ' J ,- -' Qs 'Je-l 'Ir' Q fx' 'X .ff 1,5 " H ' - f. .- 1 4 5!5.,w xx ' i' 5 n X , ' N N, 'Y -" -L 4.T1i'-TQILX L .X - fi 1 ' 1 ' " Tqiig - qissg f jf- it ew it N. 4. X . f ' . , +L- . . W , .A ,jf . ' ,. .I-Gyqjjl leg., ..,Q ng, Q , M , jj .E nr, ' lijfyff-f ,gm 4.10 .N ,f 'N 1 . -ie' - Y- xjvwf "sg A sqg, If ..z-f,f . 1.5.3 my K Ke, 't-1" " -.. i ,Ng , Q -- Na,-iiwl gr:-rpg! we v' X - . g - - 1 .s.,3L, Y- Top Row-Hauthornc, Hayden, Mr. A. L. Phillips, Alexander, Downing. Second Row-Compton, McConnell, Jackson, Hanseut Third Row-Allen Anderson, Elmer Anderson, Duke, Price, Thurman. Efflaflofl. The Emanon Literary Society with the constructive criticism and helpful guid- ance of Professor A. L. Phillips has just finished another successful year. This is the organization which takes hesitant, unexperieneed college boys who have never faced an audience and by putting them through a process turns them out as orators or debaters who enjoy to stand before an audience and feel its emotions sway under their skillful oratory and ready command of English. The past year under the direction of capable officers the society held a series of debates. New material was developed, which in one instance succeeded in de- feating a team of experienced dehaters composed of junior and senior college stu- dents. Immediately following these debates, came the practice on the Emanon Stunt for the Zip Clulfs Annual Show Down. It was a farce on the United States 5 Senate investigation committee, entitled "Nothing But the Truthf, 4 ,fgyu Five Emanons were placed on the first debate squad this year. Three of them gi ui, had never debated on a colleffe team before. Thus the learned b doing. 3-'Q jj, tt y y D will ,w aft ijt. ,lj 'lilivr-sMf"ff'S:.-arte , r. "Q" i me " in me - , if ligfiifiif-""Eili?i'-"1 T-A 'il Q 13 14 L' li if . -' 1 . '-ef ft 4'-G5 'Qi '-Eftff-i-fllff Aiiiirilil -.Q . ' . l l A L 5, wp Top Row-Way, A. Brown, Banks, Saunders, A. Gilbert, I. Gilbert, Yetter, Day. Second Row-Matzke, Bohrer, Seybolt, Snyder, Miss Ludden, Davis, Seed, Pettijohn, Bowen. Third Row-McCaig, Elsie Van Horn, Ireland, Burchell, Avis Da-y, B. Brown, Mills, Predmore. Aspasians. The Aspasian Literary Society was organized in response to the need for a girlas organization which would promote social welfare and foster educational unity in the school. At no time during the history of the organization has it failed to uphold the highest standards of the institution. ' Meetings are held regularly each week. The last meeting of each month how- ever is given over to the Forensic League. This gives the three literary societies opportunity to communicate their ideas to each other. This year the Aspasian group has become acquainted with many of Nebrasl-:a's prominent men and women whom they had known hut little about. They took very active parts in both the Christmas Festival and the Showdown. Later they pledged their support to the invitation high school basket ball tournament. Aspasians are loyal and willing, always alert to the knock of opportunity. ,aft . 4:1317 Y-911: . 4 I Top Row-Rogers, Poole, Jackson, Bulin, Powers, Reinertson. Second Row-Fecht, Burgas, Pense, Aden, Katherine Neptune, Lemkuhler, Borland, Pierce, Benson. Third Row-Macy, Pair, Hansen, Mason, Murrish, Zeilinger, Peterson, Ellingson. Qrophilians. This society was founded in 1923 for the purpose of giving more students the opportunity to take part in extemporaneous speaking, and in literary activities in general. It meets every Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. Interesting programs consisting of readings, music, games, speeches, debates and discussions on current topics are presented. Much of the credit for the success of our meetings and the excellent co- operation of the members in the various activities is due our sponsor, Miss Katherine Neptune, who is always ready and willing to help as well as advise. The officers for this year have been: First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter. President-Myra Poole-Verla Murrish-Emilie Berges. Vice Pres.-Helen Bulin-Gladys Cronk--lVlatilde Hansen. Secretary-Edith Peterson-Myrtle Pierce-Della Benson. Treasurer-Velma Lemkuhler-Velma Lemkuhler-Velma Lemkuhler. by -an ,,-4...-. 1... . --, .. , Ll 5-mgfzif-V .M--f--- A R41 X-L. ...fa - V 1 .,.,-'-L- -faery - -- iff-' -. f at tr. ' -' ' , . af . 1sq,'tfg-f-,ga 4 l " ' .-rr 'H ,ff , J kj P. .Z-4 gg , I i' -ff' -- gjbfigz' nf' F A i X ll? ' , X " f ' VI f. ,f - ' , 1. ' , ,J V, f , . -f J , 1 2 I t y 4 it .ff Q -.fn '. u- ,, s, A 4 -5 L V .. ' 2 ' , 3 . 4 1 .' X 1 I. ' , l .1 . ' A l 'Q'-'s F?- X yv: ll 1 - Qs . he-K A ,,1. Y - v...+- ,-his . 144 .W mx 'iss .,- al, -an v"' a s. -J W, 4 WJ -...eater ' . rv, . ,. i Sf lisa: 1-411 Top Row-H. Morrow, McConnell, A. Gilbert, M. Yoder. Second Row-Matt Wigton, Mr. A. L. Phillips, Dr. Ralph Noyer, Mr. John Matthews, K. Jackson. Third Row.-Alexander, Bowen, Lancaster, Wheelock. Pi Kappa Delta. The Zeta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta was installed in the Nebraska State Teach- ers College at Kearney in 19241. Only those who have won honors in debate or ora- tory are eligible for membership, thus there can never he a large number of active members in any one college. Nebraska Zeta includes three faculty membersg Mr. A. L. Phillips, Mr. John Matthews and Dr. Ralph Noyer, all belonging to the order of instruction. The past year, Nebraska Zeta sponsored the largest debate tryout held in Kear- ney College since the wa1'. Miss Margaret Yoder was sent as delegate to the national meeting which was held in Estes Park. At the national meeting it was decided to inaugurate regional meetings which will alternate with the national meetings making each meet every two years. The officers are: president, Homer McConnellg vice-president, Kermit ,lacksong secretary, Amie Gilbert. . -,. . L - . -'- -. . Q-f.--vw -2- -:Q . f .s A .4 1 G" 4 W Ti an f- Q ff '1"'5'f'-Y!-'E3S!f-, .f - -fr' 2,1 .-', : -,' -It in .f Q 1- v x' .41 ,v-5. ' " , ,J nba? in rni"5'ij eq.: iffy, 5-3 ' . an Wu lil , ,. ' U Lin -:fr 53ssg""'d?ff .. . f' ' 'ZS ' ,A ,. B ,,, N- Lek 4 ai, ' 4 1' 4anf4ff.:.1!'?'7giN,,,:, fi-Q.,-,sl-j.' 1 .i 3 11 J fi ltr ftl ,,,.a l J ' " igS"'i:'VSl ,il at-- f. . WE- -:9"'!t'5S?fi?"' , 1'3-,,k.,- :ig t , xx K, Mn, WAY?-'lfsgbff-' aff' H, .f . l - -.M f ' ' '- si.- , ALT".-,'. " , ' ' ,s r5'P,. iff .' -al " 'N t 1 yy iv , X2 six .. V 4' ' , ff: 1. 1. ,- at , I ,' -I y, y gf' vi . D J., Wa-:Ax 4 - t u 1 ,. ' z ,tv .- E1 Q' ,-f sas.-44 1 L L l -l , K' I af, -4: 'D rf 4:-ftafiicw . I t . ' ta f :ff . . I , 2 lt, ' I ' 'Rfb 5 S' "'?S'l"' t F- 'X ' 'I , wk' QI 0"'7ffJL4"!' A 3 1 , l 4 . X4 'Tfs'.f 't is iff' - gpg, A-Mj..,- f' '51 ,- Y ?. -, ff' .7 P .4 5 a. ,, Top Row-Allyn Hanthorue, John Lancaster, Homer McConnell, Margaret Yoder, Kermit Jackson. Bottom How--Nolan Alexander, Ruby Bowen, Amie Gilbert, Jack Wheelock, Kenneth Downing. Debate. The following people represented Kearney in Intercollegiate debate this year: Affirmative-,lack Wheelock, Amie Gilbert, Ruby Bowen, Nolan Alexander, Kenneth Downing. Negative-Homer McConnell, Margaret Yoder, John Lancaster, Kermit Jackson, Allyn Hanthorne. The debates were held in the month of March, beginning on March ll., and con- tinuing every Thursday and Friday night tliroughout the month until March 23. During that time Kearney College met the following colleges in either dual or triangu- lar debate: Omaha University, Cotner, Peru, Midland, Wesleyan, Doane, Central, Grand Island, York and Hastings. The question used this year was the National Pi Kappa Delta question: Re- solved that the United States Constitution should be amended so as to give Congress the power to regulate Child Labor. A word of appreciation is due Miss Anna V. Jennings, college librarian, who secured all available material and placed this at the disposal of the debators in the debate rooni. The team also owes much to their coach, Miss Miriam Eckhardt, who ' spent time and effort in securing the best help available for them as well as giving freely of her own tirne. i r sm. c , gi: if .ef Q . 1,1 X i' - we -'li .,j54-fxf1:1.."7-,f .Q 1 1 ,J g,.e.'0f.,1- Q5 ' .,,,-,jiff'- -jj-,fu-ty. args., , .'f1 ,wisz ff an Eel-gf. -V -.-, .e , .. 2 ,swf--sn. -.-....,., - , -a . V e, .-fd., H XE, 1 f, Q.. 4 -- 1-:gn 'gg- Q . Z ' I ' , X - l 1 Top Row-Ella. Mellberg, Presidentg Professor John Matthews, Sponsor, Reubsameng Rouch. Second Row-Johnson, Margaret Mackley, Roy Cummings, Vice President: Irma, Antrim, Secretary. Third Row--Runge, Crumb, Robinson, Mabel Predmore, Treasurer. English Reformers. MOTTO-Think twice before we speak. We can if we will. Early last fall the members of the English Three class felt the need of some sys- tematic plan for aiding each other in the improvement of both their oral and their written English. After a number of discussions they decided to hand themselves into a little club, the purpose of which would he making of good English a habit. They finally decided to organize a little club to carry out this purpose. The English Reformers is the outcome of their efforts. Early in November of 1925 they adopted some rules and regulations of pro- cedure and formulated the Ten Commandments of English. They adopted a poem, "The Song of Big Thingsf' as the cluh's incentive and preceded to be governed by the spirit of the Commandments and they became a very helpful and lively organ- ization. . Next year they hope to grow and expand into one of the active and permanent clubs of the Kearney State Teachers College. ' Z ', -1 J-3 sn. " '.-Le f'-3 I ft 5 A- -.,t.- N., M Q- as . :?-g-s-",-"?-'.fs-,.f?--- - .9 ,, K . egxfff-WL53 --msgs,-ze, , ,FF-hi -.. H .9 'B-lgfggmfffs , s,-sf-2'-.r.s,::rf , , ff' aw, 15.4 I! -v It .' f, uf: 'j'ttf!,,- s XX Tiana 'T 1 " T 1 'I 1' G' 1 A .' 'fi 'Y - .le 4 'l 'Eff 'x' ' l, 1fc,.g.g X-. ,ll ,v A561 'V' Q' 9. lf' 1-Q-sffgf. N r 1 - . 'Q-:mfs TMQQ .,,- "1 :LIS H ju! f- Mid, 153' 4 1 in asf ,.' ' , 'giyfjif t , Y tx , I ' I1 . ff g 1 ' " " . - f ,- 'f .s-zu-.Sli-?i?J4 , J. , x .igkf I w l Top Row-Murrish, Myrtle Davis, Way, McConnell, Miss Jennie Conrad, Mr. C. N. Anderson, Snyder, Allen Anderson, Meyers. Sccond Row-Couton, Baird, Williams, Shirley, Grierson, Cordie Peterson, Marcy, Bird, Alta. Van Horn, Meents. Third Row-Seed, Dawson, Webb, Matzke, Marjorie Smith, Runyan, Young, Donahoo, Avis Day. H' C1 b 1story u . The History Club was organized in 1.911 by Prof. C. N. Anderson for the purpose of fostering interest in pioneer life, and for collecting material related to Nebraska history. The club continued as an organization until 1918, then other interests carried C the students away from history. Through the efforts of Prof. C. N. Anderson and Miss Jennie Conrad the club was reorganized in September 1924. This years program has been entirely devoted to the study of the life on the trails and in the forts and ranch houses throughout our state. Valuable sources of the history of Fort Kearney have come into possession of the club. These are re- productions of drawings of the buildings of the fort, and the blue prints of the gov- ernment buildings of the old fort. Old pioneers in and about Kearney have contri- buted other reminiseences of the early days. ln convocation on April 30, the club presented historical tales of Indians and descriptions of the trail life. l I ig :Q oe I If in , . , , .9 are Q 1 . . r 'isimogsig .-. rs-I -QT-,J --as -U ngqi9?f' :,g',ez"q1b,Q,'e1l!z9i5Q3 :'5,ah ,I 9,-9:45 'E-gf' 053.2-, , ' -,p,,f-S gl -s,,..s-we-V Q Q 1' -e -, gg -.egg,,-f -f Q' 0 issglqj m,q:3, f ""4"" 'L-Q -- - - . , -.. aff s, , , F4 -, ,., V as r.. . K' 1 s . -'.Qi1':..', ".. "' Y' I 4- N 1 I .g.f--:-f- ,. fi 1' 'V' uf- v 1 fig W . 4. J, 4 Z V 0:11 ,lm ig .K ,, , A . tg, ' , ' P F' P . .M X - ' . A W .e ' 1 , - 1 5 . ' ll " ga. E. X 'I -Lf' , J . , ff' 4- . ,us Top Row-Reiley, Morrow, Pollard, Burt, Hayden, Herring. Second Row-Fecht, Steadman, Brink, Reddy, Dlneen, L. Brown, Nelson, E. Johnson, Kittie. Third Row-Householder, E. Jones, Welsh, Don11el1, Wilson, P. Anderson, Crumb, Lemkuhler, K. Jackson. Fourth Row-Mulvany, Sunderland, F. Burrows, Saunders, Predmore, Miss Ethel Hill, Belle Cameron, Hunnell, Shanklin, Burman. Fifth Row-Zeilinger, Curley, Keene, Foster, Haase, Lowe, Day, Marjorie Martin, J, Lynch, McCan. Sixth Row-N. Lynch, Metzer, Pettijohn, Wheelock, M. Macklin, E. Maehley. La Sociedad Espanola. For several years students and visitors at the college may have noticed posters announcing meetings of "La Sociedad Espanolaf' If they have any knowledge of the beautiful language of Spain they will have little difficulty in recognizing it to be "The Spanish Club." But though they may have guessed the name, they have interpreted but the smallest part of that which the poster really foretells. To those belonging to La Sociedad Espanola a meeting signifies many things. These meet- ings, although held only once a month, are crowded with all the fun, entertainment and sociability that can be crowded into one short hour. Spanish plays, songs, and dramatizations are mingled with music, games and refreshments. La Sociedad Espanola is sponsored by Miss Ethel Hill, of the Modern Language Department. but is governed and managed by students. Those belonging feel that much benefit, as well as pleasure, is derived from each meeting and they leave feeling some of the true warmth of feeling that is attributed the people of that far away sunny land. li as it . r f 3 Il' . I A-seep? V . ' "1 ..-P" "A -A - lf' -1 ,,,.,ya'e. X As- E. tb, .-:,. , ', -' .Q 1 .11 -. ' .:.- fr. '-f 4 ..---lg" 111, J iffff ,ffC1xr4-.1""'r. . .:w1L..f fe-Q.-?'1 , 4 W 'N 'L' L' 1 ' ' :fri S:--. M. l 1, .,...s ,.4 -... ., - . - , , .-,,,,+,,-Q F- - .Q- is we :Lg 3511.5--1 .,-4'4.::, f- -" 4. ' -'xx ,QQ 1' 5 , ,' ,-,,,,.,,, g - kffzigvi-:gui-.i,.-ghu.Y ,E A 5 ,. .-J ,f L, ,L ... - , - ,. ,M - -X, ,,,, f' 1 nexfi-1a'1 - " ,X If J-. is il . RJ ..,,. I 1 lidfsnwk-BA S '-n--e,:vgf'i- V, .Y 1 ,Q A 7 4 ee... . 'i"" do Cf.-gr-'Tvq , - -,,.- ---Y--r N- s, ,,, . s . .,- f - ... ..-,w -' ' r"s"'f 'E' .- :ff Q .i ' 1 ' '- ' ,V ' Huff, ,rx 2, ,gf X husk. Q-, ,, W 1 , l , ., W ,. I. X .ff-A " ..-. 52- r V , . , il , L '- - ssl- H-' 35142 4 - i , F 1 , ,- fr l fee H W , - .1 i 14 ,yi X ,, f fi? QQ, i ' ' ' '- ' -rl i 'rf-.Y 'u51i1,f"' . i 9 X l ' 1' 4. 415 'g ,,.:f ,TQ . , ,AJ Q lx ,- I ,Y fa J x 'ara-1-. x' if 1 ,- F. 1' X gil X 1 il ' 5 '-1' ,,,, if' Fix 5, .1 ' it V 1 5. iff. 1, '- -xv. 5: - -4.., 1 ,J '1 H, Qt. - -- fy- ly- f... Top Row-Deaver, Kuska, Morrison, Reincrtson, Miss Alma Hosic, sponsorg Yetter, Renbsman, Yost. Second Row-Bird, Irene- Williams, Hildar Lundberg, Hartwell, Pearl Lundberg, Merle Lundberg, Macklin, Easterly, Aden, Oxer. Third Row-Bair, Jarmine, Thompson, D. Williams, Eileen Lynch, Hawthorne, Seed. Le Cercle Francais. Le Cercle Francais was organized in l9l1l- to supplement the class room work by giving the students additional opportunity for practice in using French in a practical way, and also as a social feature of the work of the department. The club meets once each month at which time a business meeting is held, follow- ed hy an interesting program the purpose of which is to secure a better understand- ing of the French people. Witli understanding comes an appreciation for their man- ners and customs and adds interest and background to the Work. For the programs, subjects are chosen which are not taken up in the regular class work or which need further emphasisg such as, French music, history of French literature, painting, sculpture, architecture, and a study of the lives of French Patriots. The social feature of the meeting consists of French songs and games and refreshments. The officers for the year arc: president, Dorothy Williziiiisg vice president, Marie Lundbergg secretary, Milrae Lunclhergg treasurer, Sadie lVlorrison. 3' 4 ,I ' 4 l pl lt? , Y . ,?S?w5"'j1"TIF!.m:.:', .V , ,, "in" ' T' . . -ry -- - -:L ' ., ,use----f ,gfjzf ,ff-rr' 92157.-iL"t1,'L'f-',:1," - , a t --I. ,','-'qs if I Q vt - -f ji-'esfjss . , ' F fag, 1 X,-,...'iA -1'--','P". - .. -iw., ,wwf . 1 .,. ,, as L, ,tl .. ,-- . .. v, -Sl - a -,, ,fb-. me-real.-. - -.-..t., : . we ag-..:--' , . ,. -- . 1 f-1,rig,4'E: I 3. ip. .-,f, .- . " f ' , ' 4' ' - aff- we V -,, ,I-'V' f '-"1dy.ff-efi,f'. . .- ..-ff f-Z.- eff ff ,--f- H., I-' ALEX-x 'ge-tw" ft- -D 4 11. f -' Y ' if ., .,.c.,s-L.-,F-.,s.. sf . s-- e .Y so A s 1- xx TUTAQ,-A -XJQXXQ. . - ' 1 if , .1 L v , - QQ' .Sft'Q.-Ti'-lf. 4. 1" l Y I . i E g .Wg N. N -fe , j . f ' , '. ,. - .fmfn - 1- 'A 4 , M X... ,f juni - F l 'K x' i rife.- X 1 .' H - .. ' 4 JJ , I .zfggk-if 1 1 2 1 1 if ff?,'!',f?:1 I Q '- V I' if Ji .1 -. 2 l X . , .S-if-is -3, "ff we -eff , K-. - , ,f , 'Wt 91:51. '1 J, .. Q 2:-. xl I '1 - 5 f W ' Wifi, Q., in .5 u. j ., .,' l. X'-.fx-X '4 'We 9 ' 1 Wi if 44 - ' AN Y 58475 - 5, ' -f 1 the . ' it L f -li 2 Top Row-Banks, Hendrickson, Miss Edith Rundle, Mastin, R. Aden, P. Albrecht. Second Row-Boyle, Brodrick, G. Carpenter, F. Carpenter, Compton. Third Row-Davis, Dodendorf, Imm, Roy Nelson. Fourth Row-Nichols, Reiuertson. Rose, Seybolt, Skelton. Fifth Row-Seward, M. Thomas, E. VanHorn, A. VanHorn, Wach, Webb, Latin lub. The Latin Club has been an active organization in the college for many years. It has a membership of twenty-five students who work to accomplish something worth while in the classical field. The purpose of the club is to stimulate interest u in Latin and to create and strengthen the desire for it. Q, In addition to the regular business meetings which are held monthly, the club l enjoyed a delightful picnic supper in Blaclfs woods in the fall The fact that some Jil! A ' . of the beef steak was not very well done did not seem to concern anyone. fi .,, . 9 so-. --mm . ' . 1,2 lfif'emfZe:s? '1-an .Ms 9 . , - is 751 'fi 4- Q J-lgsfgflgg 33.152, .Aiea -1, ,mt fi Q5 'J -.6 .f 'K A 1 , 2 " -"' -B --U "M-R" QQ, 9 ,a:',?igt :gi-?s'l,,g-.ini .f- 11. - - 9-. tr:,t-451.4 E, .EJ . 1:7 .zvgqij 3i5s,,J..gi: :.- H x f V 7,..wN, .,. ,,, .7 -,, A T. ,.,.h, - -X 4-. , - .. ,V A-5 -iw r -G ,,.-v,ff:f fz 'X "'h':-. A"-X, " " ' ir .Jif."'. :El I - HO- .1-- friiii' K A' Y Qiwflff-2--2 ,ff so if 1' 421' we Kaffe-5212-'f,ff I 19 rf l ' fiffgoifnaffff' Lf , f'-fxf' X'1w.i:fJ,.,"i X. - ' tg ll tl .lie , f-qffff XA NN , Y M ll. la i ,ft --Engel: V-,553-Z' U T, N31 t '. xi., 'yy . ,- wx 'Xml 1 thy' - - ff i -3, -"Ls: xr 'Urf F: - 'V X , If Kee,-,face Ni- if Top Row-Martin Nelson, Dr. Olsen, Dr. Noyrr, Doyle, Carroll Anderson. Second Row-Alexander, Arehart, Best, Burrows. Third Row-A. Gilbert, Gillctte, I-Ianzal, Hayden, K. Jackson. Fourth Row-Marguerite Martin, Mastiu, Poole, Saunders. Fifth Row-Marjorie Smith, Snyder, 0. Swanson, Timson, Williams. X1 Pin. In order to recognize scholarship and promote leadership within the Junior and Senior Classes of the college the Gamma Chapter of the Xi Phi National Fraternity was founded at Kearney in the spring of 1924, with Dr. Noyer as sponsor. This fra- ternit restricts its Il1CllllJBl'SlliJ to twent '-four students attendinff teachers colleves. i Ht Y ' c- D he Q92 Four of the faculty have been voted to honorary IllCIT1lJC1'Sll1P, Mrs. Mabel P. Scoutt, ia Q3 Dr. Ralph Noyer, Dr. Hans Olsen and President Martin. 2:90 'fl , lt 2,-1 'd','f:-N-1'7'?g,-I .,, , ""f"'T 4 . .n'Sf L- JJ, ,f!fN,-e,v-fw:-,- laifki-Hy".if-2Ji,4zff-',,5I Q. -5, xx f "ifllE',it' fl. 3 ,rf reg., ogg- -",,,3,1',:e-13:sfgia,i -, 3 as 'f-qt-ride? 'YT' -' 2'-8. "' , -xr A 'Q 5 7,1 , fl ,-4-- ,Y -. , "Pi-Lrg-uf" fi: 'ii'-rr, +f5fsi'2lLe1Q5iifQf2s'g?:ff3ffi i me '52 'er' 'rxffgrlt ,ffiyli-af' ff ' -Q ee -...tr -... f .- -maxi, V VP, N ' ' . 1, fig' 5. 3 f ' ' ' " iifl i' ' t B I 'fl ' X ,V ' w '. , z f , lr' . ' A fy- rf 1 H 4 - - p -w f 3 sl V Q, , -. , x, 1 , t Y i -, . 4 '5- fs, 1. case .ZZ 'eq' , . .- X ' ,F L t 1 ,Q Q. E -wt it 'A ,W Q. X V N - t -. f l . tif H.. ,f Q fun I L tvi Y. 1 ,fl - .. 3 ' " - ' 4' s 7 . Q 1-- 1: -1' Top Row-Irene Williams, A. Brown, Gilham, Panek, Gingaback, Overturfi, Grube, Easterly, Gantin. Second Row-Youngquist, Grabill, F. Arnold, Pierson, R. Davis, Human, E. Davis, Mrs. Hanzal. Third Row-Eileen Lunch, E. Arnold, Krewson, Burman, Stryson, Kincaid, Boyle, Meyers. Fourth Row-M. Anderson, H. Anderson, Camp, Hill, Pennington, Rickerson, Foster. Girls Glee Club. The Girls' Cleo Club has been a very strong, active organization in Kearney College for the year of 1925 and '26. It was managed chiefly by its three officers, president, Katherine Boylcg librarian, Beryl Pearsong manager, Hazel Panek. Its first undertaking was a tri J to Hastings in October where a roffram was broadcast . fl - . D . P P . from station KFKX. Convocation programs were given at two different times by the joint glee clubs. In February the girls journeyed to Clay Center, Nebr., where another program was broadcast from station KMMJ. Later they sang before the Wilcox Parent-Teaclr er Association and similar programs were given at Hilclreth and Newark. The Wo- men's Club of Kearney and also the high school were entertained by the Club during the season. Special music was given at the Methodist Church and later at the laying of the corner stone for the new Teachers College training school building. During the first and second quarter Miss Erna Camp, of Cozad, was accompan- ist for the girls club. For the third quarter two accompanists assisted in the con- certs, Miss Beryl Pearson, of Kearney, and Miss Mildred Burinan, of Kearney. The climax of their work was the assistance in the production of the opera, "The Mikadof' During the first two quarters the glee club was under the direction of Professor George H. Aller. Mr. Aller was compelled to give up the strenuous work and take a vacation on account of his health and Professor H. C. Rogers stepped in and took control. Much credit is due Mr. Aller and Mr. Rogers for the splendid work of the glee club. -- " , . 4-If .- -, Q. 153.3 R. ,-iff!-I. Wifi! -'L A:-5,113 :1 f rl'-' .gs tg i:431,-g54ffu,',igV'V . f- it w ' t -, ,J N -53-,an 2,35-fy " 1-. ' ' . ,-, .-+f,K1yj:,,,4 3 :- ,, . ,. .. , ,.,. ,,., , .. V I ' AV o 1 ' A X .. X A , 1 E . n lk A X 1 f 1 . l I f- A.. XX V V 'H 4- .' lf.. Y gf., :- - -T ,Tj fl it -BBQ." --f Q Top Row-Wheelock, Burt, French, F. Albrecht, Post, Moore, M. Nelson. Second Row-Roush, Nicholas, Baker, Arehart, D. Ricker, Wigton. Third Row-Luse, H. Albrecht, Danielson, L. Ricker, Hutchins, Horsham. Mens Glee Club. The Men's Clec Club composed of twenty-four trained voices made more than twenty out of town appearances during the past season. During the first quarter this organization, under the direction of Professor Geo. H. Aller, made a tour through the western part of the state, with Broadwater as the principal point. The club appeared on the Lyceum course at Broadwater and on the trip they sang in thirteen different towns. On February fifth and sixth they broadcast from Lincoln and Omaha respec- tively. After the concerts from station KFAB at Lincoln and station WOAYV at Omaha a great number of letters were received from various parts of the world ex- pressing appreciation of the musical program. The last trip of the season was to Edison where the club appeared in an evening concert. In connection with the Ladies, Clee Club they appeared in concert at Hil- dreth a few days later. 6'The Mikado," a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta was the big undertaking of the season. Under the direction of Professor R. C. Rogers the lVIen's and Ladies, Clee Clubs presented the operetta in a very creditable manner, receiving appreciation and praise from all who were fortunate enough to hear it. The glee clubs, orchestra, band and other musical organizations of Kearney College have gone far toward showing that our school has a department of music ranking the equal of any school or university in the state. -Hy., '." si . -1 , ,: if-., s I YM... , , , RA. ST E CH OR N "Q-:S'a'?:.2Q-' Q if H- ....v2"'Fif't" P R , 92: 'N 1 1 ui iz: ,W 3, I i .y 44? X Q 0 T111 T- T l T 53 is ' it I . T if N ,J 4'-E X if Qrcbestra. One of the outstanding organizations of the college the past year has been the College Orchestra under the direction of Professor R. C. Rogers. The orchestra, or- ganized at the beginning of the school year, is well balanced and consists of thirty- five pieces. Tile marked progress of this organization was noticeable in the two Symphony Concerts given, one at the close of the first and the second at the close of the second quarter. These concerts were highly appreciated by the students and resi- dents of Kearney. During the third quarter the orchestra took a prominent part in the activities of the school. lt played the accompaniment to the opera 'glVlikado,'l presented by the Boys' and Girls' Clee Clubs and also furnished the music for the May Pete given by the Physical Training Department of the College. The music, although of an en- tirely different nature from that of the previous quarters, was played with the same degree of excellence as were the Symphony Concerts. This organization has proved to be popular and has been called upon many times during the year for concerts. It has appeared several times on programs given at the affiliated schools. The members of the local P. E. O. Chapter, realizing the ability of the orchestra to render a worth while program, asked that the orchestra give a half hour concert at the opening meeting of the State P. E. O. convention held at Kearney in the spring. The orchestra has broadcast programs from station KFKX at Hastings at dif- ferent times, and they have received letters from many parts of the world, expressing appreciation for the splendid programs given. The Band. The Kearney State Teachers College band was originally organized under the leadership of Professor B. H. Patterson. It has each year been a prominent factor in the activities of the college. This year the organization was transferred to the able guidance of Professor ll. C. Rogers who has increased the number of pieces in the band and otherwise aided the development of the band. During the football and basketball seasons the band was very much in demand and it did some very creditable work at the various games. lt made trips with the teams to other places and played at all contests at home. The organization had charge of a convocation program during the second quarter which was very much appreciated by the students and faculty. 5 Y r. if f' 504 g .0 --f 4- wg, ., -:Psa-i4i'S' at f N, -is-1:-s:.4im,,19geg 7.1-22-f :f.s,sssessfsl THE BAND Je...--. ,, Ku. ig, N, V 1 A ,-. '-H., -,va .- KL, Y f- Y I ,-. , ff" 'rs f f ' sf' J' fr 4 , ' , f ' , ggi Xafiiza a ! - i If x, K ' ,,' I 3 . fe' XX if ff 1 'G EQ? ' N 1 wget, 31514 'x 3 , 'M K N j Q f 'f' 'Engage 4' ' in , H 'Q E 7 "' -L .7 'mu E Q Q-,A H Il, '11 -' I 'S-.N S11 4-' H.,-5: YF W 'I uartette. Klyte Burt - ,,,,7,, W ,.., First Tenor William .Nicholas .,,, ,.7,, S eeond Tenor Wayne Danielson ,,..,.... Baritone Marlin Nelson ,,,,. 7,,. B ass PROP. GEO. H. A1.L15n-Director. Miss NIARJORIE Mnxrz-Accompanist. The College Quartette, organized in 1925 by Prof. Ceo. H. Aller and assisted by Miss Marjorie Miltz, has developed into an important college organization. They have assisted in Clee Club concerts and college and eonnnunity programsg also have broadcast from Hastings, Lincoln and Omaha. They have appeared in concerts at Mason City, Holdrege, Axtell, Alda, Glenwood, Elwood, Edison and North Platte. Their success as entertainers is evinced by the many calls from different communi- ties. Concerts will be given at Miller, Axtell and Hazard before the season closes. 6 3-a V 4 'Pk A -KY-fs - 712-W-f A 4. - -sA"ss'-- fis- ts -nv:-as ,ff.-asses-E. Q.. , if t K ,Li-.g,.. A- Q V- ' . lfigkaw msfsif-a,,..""fQg ff- , R. 1 VH... . ,- 11 tzllg-'1Qg.,f25fg,.l'5?ss -ip, 5.2. ta. . .'.,g: vYi..,.I S I b. '.,A-s1x"f.i1 r-4-1 l ' , .Z T., I xx ,'vquk3,g-I V: yif .K , Y.: 1, xxx. ...Wi ,XJ . 1 1 V X 5 X ,X ,K X I QA ,, X . I . , 1 4, .1 Q . 1 , , in f' V, N , l 1 1 2 -"1-51 Top Row-Amy Brown, Irene Williams, Hodgson, R, Riencrstou, Poole, Florence Peterson, Elaine Pet- erson, Morrison. Second Row-Reese, Mills, Eunice Young, Mrs. Hull, Hinkson, Pearson, Foster. Third Row-Dora Pennington, Rickerson, Grace Pennington, Signer, Panck, Coyner, A. Van Horn. I atural Club. The B Natural Club is an organization composed of the students in the college who have taken work in the Piano department. lt was organized early in the first quarter 1925 with Mrs. Hull of the music department sponsoring the organization. Once each month the club meets and makes a study of some phase of music with relation to the piano or with the study of composition of music or the composers. The latter part of each program consists of piano selections by members of the club. It is intended that each member of the club shall play at least once before the other members during the year. After playing before an audience of this kind it is less dif- ficult to play before a larger and more critical audience, and some have played in convocation. The whole aim of the organization is to encourage the appreciation of good music and the study and practice of producing good music, It makes it possible for the students to be natural when playing, discussing or listening to good music. gffisviiliiffvlfw ' 'c ' "Fil -,.f'-'Wr'r2g..,"e"-iita is . J-.- , rs L:her'??3'?"- if 'A s 'e,3:f'.T2w'I-sf fig-, jf.-.1 ,fj9'jii." ' ""'m"g::' S' ff . .., . , , , 1- , . .Ev , , -' f g fa r,,r.s,e -v. . A I., - 1, or ,gf - X ff. '--T" N w-.-- ,V l ft 3 my : 1 l ef, 455' I Ea, fat'-' X "It-Z' .qu ,ia Q' ' r f f 1 , Largs f was f-,A ,, , , . , . r W ,. ,f Pl. X an 'V - A t, tt . A531 e' 1- , ax. fin- 'H luv 'L Q -, . . J -ug TEEN mall?-TZ:-i'f . l if rg f" if A 'r figal Q' l 'Qss4rf.t,Ef,.f-rj ,ul I -fp-5: - h I. U .i '. 4 F y ,. 1. '-, , ., a -:-15:5 5,3 l "-'s:e.-'QT sf: 1 'Fil I, ii. mc ii lg' il? Jb. .fill Q:i:'3'hx','5if'c:w AXNQE gk: ., 'QQ-K 2 sy ML lv .UWB " C, '-Qi' " ,g:3',9'3,frf visa if L rf- ...J v F t '2:9?5" -he .aan as Li QQ jf N. an Jssjg-' ..,, gif" at f-' . 5X Z .. .N A- 1,4-.' ' - Ernie... -xgff swifjf- 'Q -W f,fQ,:ff:' .z-'Q fell 'Q' df? JL 1: s if 'Pi ical? 1, 1 .T 1 , ., 'Q' ' 'f 15.32 AA,A L' '- Y Eggs. . . , 'Si..xsiQ ' gee be ff ,Q ,tr ..,wf. U + Wm. ' E- 7 ITYYQ, H ' if re pg: W, lima- s- ,- .f . 1.-we . , .Vs .,. V., Q. f '-J The Antelope. H MARGARET Yomzn .,e.... ., ....,e ........,,,e,....,,,.A,. . r .eeee.e..,. . ..ev,,...e..e.,.e, Editor HOMER Moxmow ..,. .... . ,. Associate Editor KERMIT JACKSON ,... A ,,.e.. ,,,, B usiness Manager HAROLD HAYDEN . e.e, ..,,.7. - ..,...,..... . ,A.,e,,.,....,e. . ..,7..,e.......e.......,. s e.,,,,.,. 7 ' ist YP The Antelope, Kearney's student publication, advancing from an 11x16 inch sheet to a ten gally edition has completed the fifteenth year of its existence. Based on the contingent fund, the paper devotes most of its space to school news and ar- ticles written by the college students. The paper has grown with the school, stands for it, and is at the service of the students and faculty. During the past year the Antelope has attempted to encourage free speech and unbiased, opinion among the students. Both sides of important questions and prob- lems have been printed in the sheet and the student opinion column has been open to all, and many have taken advantage of it. Three new columns have been added to the paper, all edited by students and all representing original work, the Cantalope, Caustic Comment, and the Antelope Tracks. The Antelope has a constantly growing exchange list. This year over a hun- dred colleges and high schools are on the regular mailing list. Many new ones have been added this year including larger schools and universities. The alumni w list is increasing until it amounts to almost one-third of the student circulation. More Antelopes have been printed this year than ever before, a total of nearly a ' thousand. gt in it -z , .. . .,.-,- .sw L tl w , ,,,..,.- - .7-2-fp , F1--u ar --sf ,U ...t me ..---, .L-:rss ,. w ,- ,f , - in sim ,haf , fl Papas ., , 'j'1.zgy'qfy,, 5 ,f',.,etf2s 'QQJQQQO ff ,'i9:?f.f2feF'f' 2 i 'N ,M-T ' Q 0 bam'-3Q,eff...4w.:".e'1 i V l Academy of Science and Mathematics. The Academy of Science and lVlathematics is one of the largest organizations in the Kearney State Teachers College. It was organized March 3, l9l5 for the pur- pose of creating and promoting an intelligent interest in science and mathematics and for keeping the students up to date in current and scientific research. Its mem- bers, both active and associate, include the students recommended from the follow- ing departments, Biology, Earth Science, Home Economics, Mathematics, and Physical Science with the faculty members from these respective departments. The monthly programs deal with scme phase of science and are furnished either by the members of the different departments or by outside talent. The resume bc- low will give some idea of the nature of the programs: Harriet Burrows prepared a paper on '4Can Tuberculosis be Cu'red,', John Bean on "Trees in Kearneyf' Marguerite Martin on 'nlVlieroorganisms" and Clinton Gitchell on the HLife of l,ZlSlClIl'.w lVlerlc Pierce gave an ac- count of hishike from Kearney to Frisco. Raymond Hanzal talked on "History of lVlathcmatics.', Gerald Humhert explained the use of the 'tSlide Rulea' in Mathematics. Julius Schneider discussed uCurrent Topics in Science." Martin John- son gave us some demonstrations with the Radio and its latest inventions. We are indebted to Wfayne Danielson for several good discussionsg one on 6'Wonders of Coal Tar," another on the gas plant and its operation. At another time we were highly entertained by some chemical tricks, which the magician declared were easy if you knew how. Professor Mercer discussed the weather and the meaning of the Sun spots. Carrol Anderson prepared a paper on '4Evolution,, which was highly entertaining as well as instructive. Dr. Smith from the State Tuberculosis Hospital spent one evening with us discussing tuberculosis and its causes. 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A .1 ifpj ,p law-jg X,-f A 1 , 7 ,1', V1 a nf gurls ,Y R F 4.3. e, '- w,-..q'e 'Q A. 4 1. 5 " 1 ' , - sq"-, . .V 1' ,f f '5"' T1 - 'C' '! L. K ll ni .T 7' "' " 'i 'J' 'Liga' 'ff-if 1' fl 'X ,., ', 4, 1 ,. -4--M1' M "' . ,saw-is N. . 1 41 1 3 e 1 ' 114.41 'ff 1 as -evra.-Q: iw-1fgs,.f'i5 H 1'-Q in 1. 1, 1, W wil, rf.,-' Y "e.sZ'F:'2i5YJ1 Q fs- " H. 1, 1' 1 1.1 fi 1 . sag- ,f ' .g'E'f,?5a' X ,L fs-3.5 X. ,QA EE: T we 21. 1 --:wi M.:..:F" its 542' .ev-',' we 1, 1 +. 1.11:-. ' - 1-f , if-.fi 'X Ai" .ag iv., lu 5 5, Qi ig,-UI. -. f A ,034 ..-:.. 1 1. a . .-.Q .f "ll Top Row-Toll, Post, C. Cox, M. Nelson, Reed, Lindberg, R. Lidgard, Best, Pollard. Second. Row-Mr. Otto Olsen, H. Lidgard, Capps, Evans, Cox, Fecht, 0. Nelson, Horstman, Mr. Fryklund. Third Row-Criusant, Waldman, Swanson, Carskadon, Miller, Arehart, Vogt, Rider, Schmidt. Fourth Row-Baker, Riley, Hutchins, Pounds, Nicholas, Roger Nelson, Luse, Harden, Johnson. Fifth Row-Bell, Brown, Wintermute, Hopwood, Roy Nelson. Manual Arts Club. The Manual Arts Club, as its name implies, is one of the auxiliaries of the de- partment of industrial education. The aim in this department as in other depart- ments, is primarily teacher training. The aim of the club, however, is to assist in the promotion of the general interests of the student from the social point of view as well as from the strict utilitarian view. To accomplish this the social side of manis nature is not overlooked. Good fellowship gatherings are held occasionally when the organization, which is composed of forty members, meets to enjoy a banquet. Speakers from the industries as well as from the school are invited to speak at these gatherings. These speakers do not necessarily represent any one field of endeavor. The constitution calls for the promotion of general educational aims rather than the special. A student need not be majoring in industrial education in order to be- come a member, he needs only show a reasonable interest in the promotion of in- dustrial education. The officers, sponsors and charter members of this organiza- tion are continually emphasizing the general aims of education. Other school ac- tivities must not be neglected by the club members. Although education may be specialized, it is alwayse a joint process which re- quires co-operative forces of the special with the general field. One is not educated if he is confined entirely to a special field. This fact being recognizd the Manual . 1-1 v' 4- '-.x J,,,- .: -1.3. ,f .f - f' Arts Club considers this one of its existing problems, to educate in many fields. Z 11 5.1 1. 4 ul Ti to A 13 if idx -' ve-'f' "-eq..-ff' rf-I sais-Q. , ' if ff: 1 .Q-fr 'fa f 1 1 Y-.5 fire. 1 .fg,gg9M,11i.g a .5 X11 gr,-'i.ff,,.f ,nf ' as Arif. F... -Q-, f . : ec t if f ,..-2-+1 X ,- Ai. f 'W , yi- ,N , 'Q , -x Y ' V: 2 at t Q' 71 ' . . " 12, . , Q41 f , JW!" Karr.. ,..+i"i5 1' lik" ,gf - ' -Y t . Top Row-Seward, Bell. Second Row-Denton, Jacobsen, B. Nelson, Mr. Hale, Clayton Anderson, Sandstrom, Burton, Gilland. Third Row-G. Carpenter, Mrs. Skinner, E. Anderson, Ireland, Mrs. Sutton, Wigton, Nicklin, A. Seyt bolt, Fredrickson. Fourth Row-McKenzie, Lockman, Mr. Patterson, Loomis, Harbottle, D. NVi11iams, G. Buck, Alvera Peterson. Olfl'1I1'1ef'C1al 11119. The Commercial Club of K. S. T. C. was organized for the purpose of obtain- ing a practical, first hand knowledge of modern, progressive business methods. From its beginning in lfebruary l926, the club has received the co-operation of prominent Kearney business men. Mr. George Burgert, vice-president of the City National Bank, gave the club an inspiring address on the opportunities awaiting the commer- cial graduate of today and the services demanded from him. Superintendent R. V. Clark, of the State Industrial School, conducted the club through that institution, lecturing on every phase of its management from the dairy to the executive offices. Mr. D. P. Rankin, manager of the Kearney Flour Mills, took the club through the mill, demonstrating the process of manufacture and giving much interesting in- formation regarding business lnethods in both foreign and domestic trade. Mr. Ran- kin also took the club into a small factory where he manufactures steel driving belts and explained the process of obtaining and protecting patents and of putting a new product on the market. The teaching side of commercial work has been emphasized by Mr. Patterson who addressed the club, at its first meeting, on professionalism in business. The social side has not been neglected. A lively picnic with an exciting ball game, a roaring camp-fire and a big picnic supper and other so-cial affairs have helped care for this part of the club work. Many interesting events are planned for the future, including an inspection trip through the various departments of the Post Office. Demonstrations of specialized modern office appliances are to be made by several public-spirited firms in the city. The sponsors of the club are: B. H. Patterson, J. H. Hale, and Mrs. Ethel Craig V Sutton. 1 b in The officers of the club are: president, Mrs. Louise Wigtong vice-president, G. gif. V. Seward, secretary and treasurer, Elizabeth Loomis, program chairman, Emily t Ireland. .Til Iii.: . . - tg: rr1"r . st F. fffi' f-T .QV 51 ,,,?..,-, .Q ,514 . L- - ., .ff .f.v,.,,: f e N N-ran. .Y L '- xc- ,ne " Yi 1 . X 41i,f,.F.l,j 1 , X N . I . ,X A '-..:--,fu - 1' l in l , .,,, L --.f.- . -"' R H. A -A l EQVLK' ' 'f Y 4 l A 4. F J, J f ,,J,f:f. Top Row-Professor Fulmer, Huber, Pettijohn, Downing, Haught. Second Row--Carcaskadon, Best, Reily, Waldman. Third Row-Hendrickson, R. Recd, Capps, Clyde Cox, Martin Nelson. Fourth Row-Bowker, H. Swanson, Pollard, Carl Cox, H. Lidgard. K Club. The K Club is an organization composed of all the men in the school who have been awarded a HK" in athletics. These men are participants in every activity which tends to make school life at the college more profitable and pleasant for all students. The organization is pulling for better athletics, better sportsmanship, better knowledge of athletics, and higher scholarship. The "K" Club conducts both the hifrh school basketball tournament and the track and field meet. D The active members of the HK" Club are: Leon Aunspaugh, ,28-Football, Track Robert Best, '26-Football Wesley Bowker, '28-Football. Clarence Capps, '28-Footlaall, Track Ihling Carskadon, ,28-Football, Bas- ketball. Carl Cox, 26-Football, Basketball, Track Clyde Cox, 527--Football, Basketball, Track Milton Debrie, '29-Football Kenneth Downing, 528-Track Robert Huber, '28-Basketball Harold Lidgard, 328-Football W'ard Minor, '28-Football Martin Nelson, '27-Football Hugh Pettij ohn, ,29-Basketball Robert Pollard, '28-Football, Basket- ball, Track George Reed, '27-Football Rex Reed, '28-Football Henry Reilly, ,28-Football Harry Swanson, 729-Football Oscar Swanson, ,26-Football H' . - 1 f 7 -Q M Gaylord Hendrickson, '29-1' ootball John Walflman, 29-1' ootball, Track Donald Holmes, ,29-Football TT' .Ms -.f-lr, V- sg" - . . ' , . . 1.-, fi.-mf il - 'pg Tj , ii .- if 'gl is-1 'll' li, 2425: ' ' 'f...'SL'14 Wi' V" ' " 'G' ' i-i-'-if 'A -ff-'-brat F S. -. '---- mf ffif?fr2'?Pi?f-'7"a .1-f"'c'mt3r-st. lf, ' ' ,ff ,I NAS t pg- '!.-gf :V Q: -it H 'Af V' go if "ff .. wie .sr l i' R lea 'A ea - sfewfi fat "ff 'efgnifi W.. l ir X - , l g 5 1 . hr., .J .F Zsaglaifff .LQ T' xx., 11, ig l'-, L, "'..6P xl f- 'sh-'j.7, XF: 'H-' ii 'x 'fhaifl I, All 1,237 xjsgi --Y.3,!.,45g,- it -3, 321.2 qlpirnf N-4,3 -..fsigsi ' ' rf' 'es.'hL:..,:'. ' Top Row-Eggleston, Meents, Yost, Weston, Seed, Slack, Couton, Eileen Lynch, Pearson, M. Davis, Elaine Peterson, Temple. Second Row-I. Thomas, Benson, IF. Peterson, Kuska, Yoe, Ethel Peterson, Yetter, Ruebsman, Lena Zehr, Reinerston, Gillette. Third Row-Hansen, Rosa, Aden, Hefner, Young? G. Ehomas, Ginganbach, Rusk, Reed, Murrish, Butler, 3.116 . Fourth Row'-Lockman, Lundberg, Morris, Erwin, Bruce, Miss Janet Pickens, Lowe, Hawthorne, Mack- lin, Quinton. The W'oman's Athletic Association of the Kearney State Teachers College is an l f lltle 1l ofthes'hool It ssao edl M J tP k organizaion 0 a 1 g'r s . c . i nsor J iss ane ic ens, head of the Womanis Physical Education Department. lts purpose is to arouse and stimulate interest and maintain a high physical efficiency in athletics, gymnas- tics and recreational work. Basket ball, swimming, hiking. soccer, hockey, tennis and track a1'c offered in SCZISOII. The point system of the A. C. A. C. W. has been adopted. This year thc association is sponsoring a May Fetc, a review of Nebraska his- tory, in which approximately two hundred girls are participating. S i' JG as 4' tg Gigi' iii: it , lr, Pi-,guise .9 up .. . gi., 3"'-,rms ,,"FAS"' f' ,E F ,B -5- S-f4if'if5i"'?9"1frQT -,,. ss - s A-, -- s -. 1 "-. 1 .- if-., -' ,.. ' ::s.'1:',nT' mf 3?-' J. ,,,,,'4f,.,f s gfasrg u1?'fQ,3-iibs-2.-'IJ X ,N f Q I -wil ,- l-' J ..- f F- H., .5-if fa '9'1. -L 65, 1-Q'5'ff5E5,e-, , .. . Q .., ., , ., , , 'sr ,, 1 - -, 4 - .. fn -'A-.garb-1 -as - - - , - V .. 1 1 - f-, N so Y ,N X 4 L, 1. ,. ., , -- ., " .-- ,- V. 4,.., 656, , .-ff-,af :- ,vets QQ? , Ag :1f9.Gis.4g5,:2i,'NlH-' ' A ' .-' 4- J '-L, ' ' ff -' 1 f' Te:-M 1-::-,serif 1-213551. ,rfgi-3-iris - fe-MXH ' --f " Tue. nl-'?',f-, -'-,E ,N 1 i' ,ff ---4 Q -, r .. v '-X l i T l M535--it ' - A i V-W.,-bs 1' A N19 vm 1. 1: x i 'Q",rs, ,gi X ,223 Top Row-Nelson, McConnell, Capps, Paine, Clyde Cox, Morrow, Nicholas, French, Best, Hayden, Alex- ander, Hutchins Arehart. Second Row-Downing, Harbottle, Humbert, M111vanxHi1M. Cronk, I. Gilbert, Yoder, G, Thomas. G. Crunk, F. er. Third Row-K. Jackson, Anderson, Getty, Andrews, Miss Case, Hefner, I. Tliomas, Mctzer, Davlsp Munson, Myers, A. Gilbert. Z1p lub. The Zip Club of the Nebraska State Teachers College at Kearney was organized in 1924+ and since that time has remained the foremost promoter of school spirit and enthusiasm for all intercollegate contests. The Zi J Club artici yated in the liolida Festival and syonsored the second an- l 1 . l . nual Showdown. The Showdown and the Boner, which was given during the summer quarter, help to provide funds to buy awards for the teams representing the college in intercollegate activities. The aim ofthe Zip Club is to promote loyalty and school spirit and to co-operate at all times with the other school organizations. This organization is limited to forty members of which eleven are seniors, seven juniors, fourteen sophomores, two hon- orary, and the remaining are freshmen. The club is very fortunate in having as its sponsor Miss Florence Case, Social Science critic of the training school who has been a faithful worker and a loyal sponsor. C M, "if, lg IND 736 --3 , , - M-,. 4 15-131iFTf?'T55'geQf-jgvre -9,3 safe ' ' ff Tye ' - . - f 1 P 'i' V ' af.. I1 ,4 , r - . ..: Q.. Q ig r lvl V if . .nf - ' - - T ' 9 ,ff bfi?-f5,f'f.sn+ fir:-'.,:'r: 'Qi " 'L . " l "' ' l ' f"' J lfvvi 4 ef vil- .qf 5.41 -,,.. 1- . - , 1 .- .4- V..- f I' , N, 1... 'f.,h.r'f1-rv-1-fa ' -f i H 'F' "A 'X "G -2 1-W . 9, ... V54-ggiiggfl-if-l'7p',f'"'4""' 'xxx ,gif it Ql'Qi1-:L5fff1.g2iiR2f5' 'i 1 If ., ffl '532??Q121j'5ff?,igi9 xr -fwg M M i , ff . W X X XXQMQ .I ru. QL td Fifi,-Aki? M .XR ,, gg i tg 'fl' qt' -al? !,v3faf'-+5-r , X -. 1 wi 5 1 ,i if ks:-.,Q5fg 4xi'i1ifT'?ii5MZ'G' E def, l X lim it 5 WU: 4747 -sex. ,Q - L L vu., 11, 1 A f 4472? khiril. if-ni-E' -I -jf Q: , of-'FIJI 'ax' li' A-""' Top Row-Kuska, I-Iinkson, Shirley, Bergstrom, Campbell, Yoe, C. Peterson, Pecht. Second Row-Benson, Maddox, Anna Olsson, Hartwell, Mason, Boeheucr, Erickson, Meents, Ebba, Olson, Dineen, Andrews. Third Row-Miss Alina Hosic, Butherus, Robinson. Elfflp F11'e. As the autumn twilight lowered, All their tasks and cares aside, Six and twenty maidens gatheredg Gathered in their much loved tapee Camp Fire room of Kearney College. Bearing bundles large and heavy. Struck the trail when all assembled, Blazes made by La-qua-sipi, Leading to the glowing camp fire. Trusty maidens, swift and silent, rouffi re res men s warm ant J en . B glt f h t l 11 ty Sixteen maidens joined our Camp Fire Joined for love of Wolieloz Pledged to bring the fagots seven To the fire of Uncapapa. As the shadows deepened, lengthened,- Home fires lured them back to Kearney Thinking of their Uncapapa And their watchword of Wolielo. if E lift gt -.5 'ai lib' 9' JB' UQ , -ve ff e'v ,- .---X: uf' . .r- .. f W" '-T" -SAZPQ5-,Y"'4P35"mq."xQJ T JANET H12 eggifie fha gif- mf :, Lg- K f 4' "H: 'tlfj ' ' . . , -:.. ,"B,,C,, 4.1. , ,F ,fgyw-fir ., -:-Q..-1 ii-rnffqiza,--,..' N. X1 14.111 Jvmfii ff ,,, arzfl- 3.3 gi ,ffrrfgqgiir .tm 4. 1.4, 51" - ' ,-,QQ -'-3, . 'ur' . 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The Treatre Arts League has spent a busy, but enjoyable year under the capable direction of Miss Miriam Eckhardt, sponsor. ln September eleven new members were elected, bringing the number of active members up to thirty. ln addition to th regular bi-monthly meetings, the Theatre Arts League has held three successful social events. The first was the initiation of new members followed by refreshments at the Royal Chocolate Shoppe. During the second quarter a party in the Y. M. C. A. rooms furnished a pleasant evening. As is the custom in the league, the event of the spring term was a picnic. Such an outing always proves delightful. 4 a n 1 ,'1 .J , ,,,. . -T , A . ,, V . .. . k H UH, LK, . M .,.,g. ,,., ., . . . . d., , ., .f.-. f - .-1, .- f ,.... I I I lv ' 1 1 H u . r N at tfw ..+'g:: sw 1-4w5l'fes H-ff 1 at f 12 l -"af-' elf sf ,si-..:4Q..a..+-.Q' ef?-f ,'--.2 nkgjngfli .gifs u. 'z wa ' fe 1 ' ' , 'SN iff-lg t ,N -K .1 -f-r .:F: ' -ng, fi'ff'5'1s. ,, .w-a- ,- i -n 1.- 'f 1 1 - -' ' "1--w .-..-.L...2" g i v -4-Gas.. s-.wt f X ,,.f-f- .'m?'.,'3-151.-xiii :is . qty' .agp-,.2sfj?-JV- 1 XI p .b'f,f4fjfl X lx ' , 'p 5 X. S is 0 A-L 0 9 Q I mrs' ', 1 ' 5:-.ggi 2. "gg, -" l 257' Theatre Arts League. Mcnibcrs of the league have presented two evenings of jolly entertainment dur- ing the year. November 20, three one-act plays were presented: "Best of All Wayfs" by Julia Wl'1itley, g'Evening Dress lndispensablen by Roland Pertwee, and "Cah- bagesu by Edward Staadt. "Evening Dress Indispensable" was presented as a nuin- ber of the Orpheum the evening of the Holiday Festival. Despite the small stage and lack of proper stage setting, 'LThe Best of All Ways" was successfully staged at the banquet of the Kearney vVO1Tltll17S Club. The members of this cast again gave the play in convocation. 4'Cabhages," the comedy in German dialect, was taken to Lowell and to Newark where it was presented before the Parent Teachers Associa- tions. The truck rides to and from these schools proved entertaining and exciting for the east members. Later this play was presented in convocation. On the evening of March 10, the three act comedy, NA Full House," was staged before a large audi- ence. The quality of the acting in all the plays was especially good, due to the talent of the niembers of the casts and to the work of the director. ' The Theatre Arts League takes pride in another of its achievements of the year. At the Annual Showdown the Theatre Arts League took first place with a short bur- lesque, a'The Fatal Quest." The prize, a ten dollar gold piece, was returned to the Zip Club to help purchase sweaters for our UK" men. At the request of the bV0I11ttl'17S League Council "The Fatal Questw was presented at the reception given by the college women for the Kearney W'oman's Club members. First and Second Quarter Third Quarter President-lVl'ary Nichols-Luna Honlan. Vice-Pres.-Nellie Sadler- Kermit Jackson. Secretary-Kermit Jackson-Ruby Bowne. Treasurer-Robert Best-Harold Hayden. 9 W on ig 4' ,Q 8 .G aa .,'--an .-.- e sg -.-- '23-1 ag?-'2'-' "'Q- . a Q"" -'-kwa. 'GKFQQQR , Q m G.. .,,.3.sA?2f:'4 " -M: if I "-1545 as ' ' 5, 5:23, ' ' - Q- 'Q' ' ill' xx ,J 1 The Rural Club. The purpose of the Rural Club is to give teachers training in social service and leadership which is needed especially in the rural school and rural comnlunity. Ac- tual practice in cultivating the ability of leadership is obtained in the regular meet- ings which are held at the first and third Tuesdays of each month. All of the meet- ings are of an educational nature. Programs are given by the students, members of the faculty and speakers from outside the college. ln this way teachers in training may see what can be developed along the line of activities. Teachers go back to their wo1'k with renewed enthusiasm and zeal for socializedieducation and better com- munity service. The Rural Club has tried to add to the knowledge of its lnelnbers and because of this it has grown rapidly and today is one of the largest and most active of the school organizations. May it live on! First Quarter Second Quarter Third Quarter President .,........ - ....., - ,l.. Adeline Mason Adeline Mason Irma Broomhall Vice President .... ....... I rma Broonihall Irma Broolnhall Secretary ......... ....,. E bba Olson Ebba Olson Ebba Olson Treasurer .... ...... E unice Arnold Eunice Arnold Eunice Arnold SPONSORS--Mr. Powell and Mrs. Powell. s a .'l 4 .- ge D l ' 'Q 1. . - , , - e , - , ,Q - V - Q aff' rlaim.-2-5-ift19Z6 i'.1?? E ff ""r'+:f'ada:-f - 1 -l-.nys-area., -.. , X. 4 1 lg' 11 . l in ld: I-it ':,,reQ QR if f :Ly . s '-'fri I 53- Q 'I fi. 1, 1, ,qi at r Q .aj-53 do ' . . li pi . '-Wfibwi' --. Q-W i E i . V - ...sm A t r -Y ,J fl X-as JI. s y,. ,k Q l 5. ' ' . '- .J X ,la rx H. ' 1 FWF . , J.. -gi., ., . 1 ,M if ,- gg A ark, , X R, M Top Row-Paul Extrom, Edith Jolmsou, Mrs. Florence Grimm, Mrs. Elliott. Lower Row-Lucy Taft, Esther Musscr, Miss Florence Grimba.. Affiliated Schools. Kearney College beasts an unique distinction in its system of affiliated rural schools. Rural schools affiliated with teachers colleges have long heen common as devices for teacher training purpcsc3, but only at Kearney has the affiliated system been made to work as much as eleven months in the year. ln the six village and rural schools ttllenwood, Riverdale, Mack, Victor, Center and Newarkl observation facilities and practice teaching opportunities are provided for thc ever increasing number of registrants in rural courses. It is necessary, there- fore, that these schools be under the constant supervision of the director of rural training. lt is also inevitable that the teachers in these affiliaed schools work with the college in the closest harmony. All of them are, or have been, students in the regular rural courses. Several of them are graduates of the two-year college course and all of them receive ten hours credit for the work they do under supervision and in the study center conferences, which meet as regular class exercises during the year. So enthusiastic is the response of patrons to the affiliation scheme that Professor R. YV. Powell, director of the Department of Rural Education, is beset with requests from other communities for similar affiliation. As rapidly as they can be integrated into the system, they are taken on, and in time are given full privileges of the de- partmentis careful supervision. An annual Petronis Day, featuring the contests in every subject taught in the , rural schools, is a traditional feature of the affiliated scheme. This year the con- tests on Friday, April 23, brought to Kearney College an enthusiastic throng of pa- trons and school children which taxed to the limit the hospitality and facilities af- ld forded by the college gymnasium. On every hand expressions of patrons were heard V- to the effect that the advancement made by the children in the affiliated schools dur- +5 gi' ing the past two years was nothing short of extraordinary. 0 l . ,, . --. , --. . QQ " . sf. ' A """f -. 'G F . " me W' - 'Cx a of s -as -tg -ar , - 5, N , 4 S365 .. . ,Att Q, Q. -.gf-cg? safes-fs..-9 .eff4l'r'- E ,,.a i.Q,q 1 ,,,-.Y.-,MN .Q 4 F.. . ,F G, ,,,. .- - -,A .ii -. ..,,,ds, L . . ,g-1. ., ,. - Q -,g,,.,g,i A N. .gsm-, , ,Jy - ,.. . . . 3 . - .,- , Q K-,-4,3 aaa 3,3 y h ,Q I , N. gi, ,Ari V... t ' . ' l ' 3 ' r. -effgi' ' ' - f 1 xx '3:'kQxQ.Zt , 4' 4: 5 1 ' ' jr ", l g ,fi-.51 ,Z ' 4 f x X as -.X I '- Ps: !l.,g , A l. 5 9 jg X -I 'A 4 1- -. ' 1' v- '. 1 1 'A 1' , 1 X, l ll ' 'lt L' ' -' ' l :gij 1 fri l -fs Q 5 if . X ' ., s J - ak, 1 1 - - 'J , t wpf' sf: ',-vw z K A j L lyty, F 4-wh 1 :ijt 'px .l 1 3 I r -es--' 5 '- NCQ ,i f, Y IJ' x ra. f 1 j Mk N ,agfzff " 4-li-a ' 2 ifxtxx r rx R ,ff-iii ' A W 1' N-is 'M ,, - ,4n' ' 4-Manila-f' Laugh And The World Laughs With You. While collecting material for this subject, l asked one fellow student what laughter was, and he replied: "I donit know exactly, l guess itis just grinning when you feel good? I decided to find out how Kearney students really felt toward the subject so I looked up several ideas of famous men on both sides of the question and started to investigate. I violated all the college rules hy parking near a convenient radiator in the main hall and observing the students as they came and went. Enter Miss Matilda Sour: Her head is high. She looks at everyone with a blank stare, as if unaequainted with everyone, grunts a sour "How-do-you-dog' to a passing instructor and out-does the famous Children of israel fleeing from Pharoah, in getting through the crowd so that she won't have to speak or smile at anyone. Miss Matilda, is evidently a believer in Catullus when he said: "Nam risu inepto res ineptoir nulla estf, or HNothing is sillier than silly laughter," and she so firmly believes in it that she is frightened for fear that if she did laugh someone would think she were silly. I haven't any remedy for persons of this sort, to me they are almost beyond aid of any kind, and the more you try to make them happy or smile, the more morose they get. Enter Sally Sunshine: The outdoor sunshine and the spring weather seems to come right in the door with her. Immediately the students standing around recog- nize her and one after another greet her. She has a smile for everyone and every- body seems to know her. Sally is a staunch heliever of John Wolcott who said: HCare to our coffin adds a nail, no deubtg and every Grin, so merry, draws one out." The result of Sallyis philosophy is that everyone likes her and is ready to serve her, or as the common term, sl1e is popular. Did you ever notice the student that laughed at everything? Did you ever sec a fellow make his friend angry by laughing at him? Pope in his Epilogue to Satire says: 4'Laugh at your friends, and if your friends are sore, so much the better, you may laugh the more." Shakespeare in his famous Othello says: mfhey laugh that winf, Everybody likes the joyful student and everybody avoids the sulky, highbrow or timid one, who refuses to speak in the halls or on the campus. Ella Wheeler Wilcox in her famous L'Solitude', says its better, l believe than it has ever been said by another: Laugh and the world laughs with you, Weep and you weep alone. For this sad old earth must borrow its mirth, It has troubles enough of its own. -Margaret Yoder. fQAn editorial in the Antelope of April twenty-third, Nineteen twenty-six.j mr-5 r. , -,jgvws -'- -. , , .71 . I , g ., . , ,f 1 - .i W: js, --'.-ff '- 'L 1 - - 1 , x 'fi ' 1. - 1 2. J,--X,-. f .Z ,ef r- 5- ,.. -Y, us, , Q., ,,, -ai . ,. , - .X ,, ,. W. , . -,--15 .f - . Q - 1 ' N 3 Y . I . Y ., :Y :--Zta-3, 'A -,gi ,sais-1UL'wf?jf':1f"5"" " ' - ' ' HJ- Q r -1.4-. 'V Q-, ., by ..,.,.-r-.,,.,s fi. 1, ,A A, .1 ,K wg R. ,V , . rv- ' ' "- 17 At! v ,,. fy .,,e1N fg f Q , w 1 sf- Ja- " 4,1 . V--91'-'S--' ww-fx M g , . wma.: ' , .X tumq. we. 4 .1-' X , ,- - -fr . 94, -li, - Q4 V X' I 1?-,, -1 .ff -- ma. rv X,wag-ii' x . -gg' 54 '-:ZF 'iw' N me .j ,J F hy' " qg4 J' vw-WV 54' I cl ' 5? mmm ig?-"'.-l-f I 1...- ,14- ii- ,li- fi ,,,-1. f lx film 275' -ff?-1, ,,f-,L-7:4 -,:.f. 6-if ' "f 5-""'4 Z,-,. ,ffl ,M igeigeif' 42' ,mer cf if V, v- "K-- 9. 'B C -3 'La-"9 fi: Q11 .ji-. :ix 5' ,.-rg cf-T, ELL' 'T if .vw vu -J'au-:Q d,, gf' L.ElsH PUST Q yf 4 COACH FRED R. FULMER rr- , J"g""gb'-Afi"'f'a322:f-3,5334 ge' - F Q., :""rn'?"W"573"' figiff XlQl'Q,eisgigi-fi.fff ll ll il f"f.f3? X aff Xt 'lf l 1 l"7't, we 'ff' ,Q f . 1 -.,1't..e.l 4, j V 4 gy U . ll, lf LT. llitlltm mm,J! -.ffgwr U fw.F:ri.'iee ' fa Ni 1 " WIN e ' fl' 'Q "'eEWiw N'F3.-:eh a rr tt yt its-. .vgfptf '-A:-1. , ' QL. 't -.t ,ull ,W We 'W ij xr-ff .fkif 4 helen. . . 1-.., lit u A: . lt yn, ,tx .. ll PW: 4 +j'1"" is 7,1 Q-.' CAPT. CLYDE COXW-Kenesaw, 185 lbs. Third year on the team. Has played center, tackle and end. He played the game and played it hard. No time out for him. Faithful to the last. Q IIILINC CARSKADON-GOlQllCI11JlIPg, 155 lbs. Captain-elect. Second year on the team. Plays half and end. A fearless player and a sure taekler. We are confident of Brickls ability tc lead the team and we are looking forward to see some real football next year. REX REED-Stoekville, 185 lbs. Fourth and last year. An all-state lineman for three vears. Kearney's greatest. Captain in 1923. Always a source of encourage- ment to the team. 1WARTIN NELSON-Kearney, 178 lhs. Fourth and last year on the firing line. Guard. Captain in 1921. Considered one of the hardest men to get through in the con- ference. Consistent and dependable. e T"f,7' E, G ..,....e-Q'-fgzrwmrgt 2-ii,-T. Q-- ,A . "Wt" T, .ffgfgi ,ft 1' ,E ,, , .. ,411-v.. .3-T. ' ' T' "-' 4, , . 5, .-1 ., . 'tjx , " ' , 16 ' . ., g ,GMA ,- ea: A l .. V. ifmm yu A, me, f2v.,'!Sir- as ' ' ' " r 'L ' U . , .av , , .. .Qi is y.1jY1I" V!-. iw':T.Qf':t5T:-E " 'Q-L-,A an Q' is P 111. 1 lib - sr ' .-, f.. - . , ,-., A ..-X P A h fi V 1 , yn SFC: ,E---king -. ' . Y . Y it .5 929: 1'a"q'6" if A , 1 1 ' , r ,gT' ,f s k. ' t H ' rf? el frm, rv 'Q F' .L ' '. f -.a 1. -a-1 I -4. . 5 it r -A I N - 5., I 1 0--,,'2'.3f 221 1, .3 " . , ,. . .i X ' ' X ' I- was-.Q tri Y..-A 1 1 .KI V Wxvvggj J - ROBERT POLLARD-Farnam, 165 lbs. Second year on the team. Quarterback. A splendid punter and forward passer. Always plays the game hard. HENRY REILLY-Kearney, 133 lbs. Second year on the team. End. One of the smallest ends in the College conference. Not handicapped by his size. A mighty good tackler. CARL COX-Kenesaw, 177 lbs. Third and last year with the Antelopes. He played guard, end and fullback. An all-around athlete. Won letters in football, bas- ketball and track in 1925. LEON AUNSPAUG1-I-Gothenburg, 170 lhs. Second year on the team. Played tackle and halfhack. A great interference runner and defensive player. A hard fighter. iv . af. -- ..' 1- "exif sf.-. 'ifvrvee -H Lrg- '- Q V , A -rf,-5-ei,-,, 1-' -QA Q., as 6653 tg..:if4?k 5' 13:'?Slm... ..,. .K . X . .,x.-!GJ2g,r. AQ.!c?6:i'E, L- -Q! Q, 1 -1 LZ:-. ., -1' 4 ' ,eww Q--21. :mae .....,sEw?v , ,YA ,7,-:tier-N rt.. H:-,hid ,X V ' ....--:r...s,E-sw A If ,- ' ' 1 . ,,, .,f-V11 L , . 1 . ,,w. if 'lf 1 4 'N W 5 2 r 1 1 i 1 111 1 l l .11 lb 4 1 1 11 , l l .l ' X "V 1 X 1 I i ' ' 5 . JJ l N 'Q' -"QL ROBERT BEST-Stockville, l70 lbs. First year on the team. Played guard. A Con- scientious player. A valuable man. MILTON DE BRIE-Gibbon, 160 lbs. First year on the team. Played guard. A hard worker and dependable. He has all the qualities of a good football player. CLARENCE CAPPS-Kearney, 185 lbs. First year on the team. Played end and guard. A good passer and defensive player. Discovered in the Colorado game. A valuable man. GAILORD HENDRICKSON-Arcadia, 170 lbs. First year on the team. Center. A nat- ural born center. Vile expect to see more of his work next year. 2 - ,. -gs "' , I E L ,..,. ,- -V. K , F fs LH' 4. - --1 if ' - f- 1 '. 1 ' 7: " ':?LV3i'-if.-il" , .,A- M ,I-U -,fu 1 A vf 1th, ' 'f- J,-"14:1?" ,"" Y - -nap Q exam- - Q 1:-.,,, gigs, svagghi.. ig, , F--gg X 3m5t'- x l 'mf f A A 1 X - ' l A t mf'.'wffuf N ,fi xx,-'15 - 'th 9' 'qi gf: Q .X egg - X Q -, 'f ,eff ..'Sf.'S- Qc - I ' - A, arson 'fm QQ, 9-Q . 5 v ,V v , 52 Nfl N' ' sg gif -X... aa? i A , sig as DONALD l'l0LMES-Gothenburg, 155 lbs. First year on the team, a halfhack. Runs like a deer and is hard to stop. A fearless and ha1'd,player. XVARD MINOR-Kearney, 150 lbs. First year on the team. Played end. Good all- around player. Good on the receiving end of a forward pass. Watch out for him next year. JOHN W'ALDMAN-Comstock, lfl5 lhs. 'First year on the team. A hallhaek. One of the "finds" of the year. Fast on his feet and with a little more experience he will he a whirlwind. IIARRY SWANSON-G0lllClllJlll'g. l85 lbs. First year on the team. Played full-back. A mountain of strength. Was sure to make a hole in any line that he hit. Should make his mark next vear. 1 li V Q. 1 if , Wrgdw'-1V'. f- 4 "'- 'mf ' V iii at get Q qfwegqg ,f .. .sim sa 5i,gg?'. gi il'-'llfi-fE2i.f53o..i?..1E?1?i'i'-2e'3 ' " 15' M, " 'r1.:l'- .f'43'.l""-deff' 'ff fl' Q ?'n.i-:3'3,'?.f2Liff"'ii3?? ,1----vs- --ws:-.Q . . -f . -em s -'nr -- . ,f sax'-'gs3fs3gg2'ys 11. ." -' 'Qt +sms.js.r:-3'3j.gf'5:,r g...-ff' " -. fi xi1'?-w-:- -2 -- fu f 1 ',, A' '1' 'z-:---f--.,u14c--'- ' .' ,C 1. .-,I L X.. x A . X y. r 4 yi ,,. N, Q .57 1 N, 'cm L ' 1.5 , l l X - y ..l X .,s , - -any ,, ' 'K A - A, ,. ,' 1 , Y V , 1, .-: - ,.' ,- P . -' u . . . i l f A M. .- . . i. F l ', fs ' 2 .,-.. 4 y 3 .K '. - X ri .I U 94531 '-. .L i y it tix I. ' tw -1, Q' i -4 pl A -s 'rt ' fgfw f. . , . H 4 ' , fl' "li I 1' '1 . .l 'fe .1 "-' u Y K 71... . l , ,FU " . . ' Q.. 3:-.sk .. ,f1f, "' ' " ,, . A Football Resume. Kearney wound up the 1925 football season by playing Midland College on the home field. Out of the seven conference games, Kearney men landed four. The first con- ference game was played at Central City. Kearney defeated the Centralians 35-0. The next game was with our old friend Peru. Of course we did not want to hurt their feelings so we let them beat us 20-0. Next came Hastings. We were not quite so liberal with them as we were with Peru. We let them win by a score of 6-0 We will all remember the day we went to Grand Island and saw Capps make that sensational run of 75 yards for a touchdown and how the rest of the team mowed down the Grand Island players which made the run possible. Well that was the day we beat Grand Island 13 to 6. The next Friday was Homecoming Day and that was the day we fought Doane College for 55 minutes and 30 seconds, and the score stood 0-0. Thirty seconds yet to fight. We were within striking distance of the goal that Doane was defending. There was just one thing to do. Brick Carskadon was called back. The ball was passed to Reilly who held it true and Brickis toe met the hall square and sent it straight between the goal posts, thirty yards away. It cleared the bar, The whistle blew while the ball was in the air and the game was over when the ball struck the ground. 3-0 in favor of Kearney. Brick was the hero of the day. The Kearney team the next week went to Cotner and defeated them 12-6. The last game of the season was played on the home field on Turkey Day when we lost to Mid- land 6-0. We opened athletic relationship with the University of Wyoming at Laramie and Colorado Teachers at Greeley. Kearney lest both games but gained valuable ex- perienee. --1-"N"-"SPL, 'ff ,sw , " " "T V ,Q .. 2 ' -' hue' r- , ,,,..v.-.-'ff-z""' 1 'x!,,:-iff-I ,tub '?lbA.g:.u ,. my M gy A, J, it irlaffi kj 3 E .1 msg-F 1:3-bw r L 'W , -,--I--1. ','?""4ii: 4 , 5- f M., 'vie' "A, ' - . ' ' f' ' - -513 -JE L, '- 'nriail I Q I its "5..4.Js-:-1'-'s.-.'I'1 P' 7' - ' " , 1: '-'l uid il" i- -' -- - ff :?f'3f?l'5.fY-7'f'?! , -+".,5:..i---M sms. 1-rf ' -. - , "fr -- - ' '-H.-A 1.4 .-Lf 9- 'ot'-'i1i"""Lf'. W 1: --. ... '-?f5'?3ff"" 1 l . 'tx ,g 1 '-:E 7: 1, ,X 5' j ' 5 , 4 U T 3 "fu i V. , J. . wg.-i itfgg Q ' . ll e a y i n . ' , 9 ' rf! .gzigks Y j l f ' f E if-fe' XXX f A ' x, CAPT. HUBER-Forward.-A basketball player from the ground up. He has an un- canny ability to put the ball through the ring. CARL Cox-Guard.-A level headed, hard player. This is Ca1'l's lust year. We shall miss him next year when the squad lines up. CLYDE Cox -Guard.-One of Kearneyls grand olcl players. He never quits and for- wards have no love for him. IIILINC CARSKADON-F0rward.MOnc who believes in team work. He is fast anrl reliable. 5 0 M sg o' QQ y .I .0 ' QD Q Q " 'ri Q , D sv -9-LQ-.5-' ., Q.e.0 oo"-- f? f ' 63-7 - Q' yi, gg,-up Q' - 0"'.- I 4,1 w Q 0 fr?-f'lL ,,,,L:-.gfglfi l X 'WJQL' -fs-:iz nf "ai-?"'5vf ' U 1 '43 X 5 , H 0 0 g Q I SS' I.. ' at s 'Q 9:1 72 f-1552-I ' 'xi' J XM! VERGIL HAUGHT-Center.-The tallest of all. He is a clean athlete, fl good floor man and has a good eye. ROBERT POLLARD-Cuarcl.-Fight-figllt-fight1 His favorite poetry. He is rl real athlete with 21 determined spirit. GLEN HARDEN-Czmrrl.-A lmrcl relialyle player. llc has a fine personality and plen- ty of grit. o o M :Q " 5.4 n " Q - . Ii '-.Ga 6 Q 0,0 'icgze ,Q .Q -Q Q 9 . 132' -1...- " ' -" . " ' 9 -QQ3'-75: JLG X ., 1 Q 1. V . ,, Q H3 . -Q54-,.. .s .W-x, 7 an ' .jx ' J," 49 N , f JI l l ' . 1 ' " . ' ' .Q . . 'R Y., - y 9 L 5' cg ' A X . Q l ly 1. ity-.it Basketball Resume. The conference season opened January 13. YVe defeated Central College that day. The next week the Antlopes left on the annual trip to the eastern part of the state and Iowa. They defeated Midland and Omaha University. Tabor, after play- ing two extra periods, won from the Antelopes. This was not a conference game. The Dana team at Blair, Nebraska, handed Kearney the first conference defeat of the year. Kearney next defeated Grand Island. Then York was taken into camp by the Antelopes. The next week Haught, our faithfud center, became ill with the flu and had to be left home. Cotner had little trouble defeating the reorganized team. Peru the state champions, after a hard fight came out with only a seven point lead. York avenged the defeat handed them earlier in the season by the Antelopes. The next week Cotner came to Kearney and after a hard fight won by a few points. Next Wayne defeated the Antelopes. The next week the Antelopes played their second game with Omaha University. lt was the most outstanding game of the season. It showed what the Antelopes were capable of doing. You will all remem- ber how the score stood at the end of the first half. Seventeen to two in favor of Omaha University, and how the Antelopes came back and in fifteen minutes tied the score. Never hefore on the Kearney floor had such a come-back been staged. When the game was over, Kearney was ahead. This game gave Kearney sixth place in the conference. We won seven and lost six conference games. a 1 , ..,.,- '-- - ' .- , , -1,-1... es. x V t .1 -ms 'ff' G V . -. - Q ,, -+ I - .' . f 4-. 15 4-'.g:.' ',f:'-ffx .-,A,.',?",,. - ff -. .. . -I ' .I ' f 1- - ' M F' ii ,H . ,.r .Q 5 -, -- - Y, " l 1- . A gif 4.-14' f,Tl- .QTTP 'r-. "if-7,31 'Y"f' . : , V X - 1' ivep- ,,,-Fir.. .n :ds .ff - --1 .OJ ,,...., Q.. x . f 4, ,Qs--'-', - fha V 1"-N-:N""'-:'.r'r?--L.--,Q - -M dc. 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All hh .fe J: -4 N 5 I1 G 41 Winners and runners-up in each class. ow- u H O Z l U1 n. E KS -C1 U I ua ri 4-1 O U Pi 5 3 o 1-'I V bb I-4 5 .D ci -3: Wm H go K8 .. U . rn F31 E 8 Ji O V -6 .-4 o ...4 5-1 J: 0 lg. Ar-4 ICS EE ul: 5:11 ng om P EE -f +25 E91 ml-1 I., EE 'gl 5' U 0 mn. 0 z- 3 o N fd,----., -.arfefkaigb me ' 'ii v-5. -0 F"'74:""5'37,zs- ,f fe Q sew: . - 'ivifffnvk' .ff W 'Sfisfm - i . , if :K -ff .qi f fa 1 i . -af so fafil-w lil! Q fzzes-'iQ':5,. 1. t it , reef:-B 1 gi. U 1 1 11.24 we ja V N-J g ' TRACK, 1925. Top Row-Leach, Nicholas, Pollard, Cox, Captaing Arehart, Fulmer, fCOZLC11j Bottom Row-Eggley, Smith, Aunspaugh, Bennett, Troyer, Cox, Downing. Tfacli. Track is tl1 newest of major sports at Kearney College. Our first track team was organized in 1923, and since that time there has been a steady growth of interest in the sport. Nearly all previous records were broken in 1925. The largest num- ber of men in the history of the sport reported for practice at the opening of the 1926 season and many records were broken before the season was half over. The college records at Kearney, made in Intercollegiate meets, including the first half of the 1926 season are as follows: 100 Yards--Roberts, 1924--10:-'I-. Higll ,lump-Carl Cox, 1925----Slit 6 1-2in. 220Ya1'd--Roberts, 1924-23:41. Broad Jump-Carl Cox, 1925-19ft 2 3-4in. 440 Yards-Roberts, 19241--56:-1-. Discus-Capps, 1926-118ft 2in. 880 Yards-Clyde Cox, 1.926-2:l0.1. Iavelin-Capps, 1926-145ft fllin. Mile-Downing, 1925--5:5. Vault-Panek, 1925-10ft Tin. 2 Mile-Downing, 1925-10:55:2. Shot-Clyde Cox, 1925-38ft flin. High Hurdles--Pollard, 1926-18. Mile Relay-Arellart, Troyer, Low I'Iurdles-Burgert, 1923-2721. 119261 Waldiiiarl, Pollard-315112. THE ANTELOPES 1926 TRACK SCHEDULE. April 9-Grand Island College at Kearney. April 17-Kansas State Teachers at Hays. 9 April 24-Cotner College at Kearney. Q Qc! 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She was an active worker in Xi Phi, Y. W. C. A. and the class organizations. Miss Doyle has had experience in district deaconess work in tl1c cities of the oil field district of the south, and plans upon going to India as a missionary and teacher after receiving her degree from K. S. T. C. Wherever she may go, she will always carry with her the best wishes of her classmates of K. S. T. C. AMIE GILBERT Amie Gilbert, of Arnold, was the choice of the second largest group of students for the most popular woman in college. Amie has been on the debate teams repre- senting Kearney College the past two years and as secretary of the Zeta Pi Kappa Delta did all of the correspondence relating to intcrcollegate debates the past season. She has had an active part in Xi Phi, Zip Club, Pi Kappa Delta, Y. W. C. A., N. E. A., Aspasians and class organizations. During her Junior year she was as- sistant to lVlrs. Elliott, dean of women, and during her senior year she was manager of the Stexy. Amie receives her A. B. from Kearney in August 1926 and will again join the ranks of the teaching profession. GLADYS CRONK Gladys Cronk, of Los Angeles, California, was the choice of the third largest number of students for the most popular girl in college. Gladys won second place in the similar contest last year. Everybody knew "Gladie" for her sunny disposition, her determination to succeed, and her force of character. To know her is very much worth anyone's while. At the close of the second quarter Gladys received her two- year diploma and left school for her home in California where she is helping her father in his business. Wfhile in college she was ever active in the organizations. She belonged to Xi Phi, Zip Club, Aspasians, Y. W. C. A. and class organizations. JULIUS SCHNEIDER All students in Kearney College in 1925 and 1926 know Julius. Furthermore it is our prediction that before many years the range will have extended a great deal farther. We expect big things of him and feel sure we shall not be disappointed. Julius was an active worker in Xi Phi, Y. M. C. A., Emanons, Zip Club, Academy of Science and Mathematics, and French Club. He completed his course in this school for his A. B. Degree at the close of the first quarter and left for Ames, Iowa, where he took up his work in science for his Master Degree. HOMER MCCONNIELL Homer McConnell, a Junior in Kearney College, was choice of the second largest group of students. 'GlVlac" is well known for his work in college activities of all kinds, but he is well known also because he is ust "Macy For the past three years he has represented Kearney in intercollegiate debates. He was chosen for Yell Leader the ast two ears bv the vote of the students. G'1V1ac', is active in Xi P Y . .,. , ' ?i'.-, V' ,-1 1. N -'f "" G.-X ggfu., ' " '- NY ., V -f.-:..,1- . :Mix L V, U me . ff Xsr?Tfa.fxs 1' wc V' . ,A .f . '- - , ,. s. f,-fi 1 l , r pi .ff , 2 5 1 ' I 15,1 e"?7,5.a . ' ' 1 ' -,fx..Fb,4' l I :Angus Az- 1 , 'HTS .5 ,.. 1 miie rr. nr 1 . M.. Fl' ...L - .M , 1, .2 ,ao J, :N I1-'4f... 1:S:!"E K . . - w sM5.,.:4Q,i ' "' .fi fi 1 5 e za' ' . .-.- lei- i, J' , Xl- ...il-ffl! J' - 2. . Phi, Zip Club, Pi Kappa Delta, Emanons, Y. M. C. A., N. E. A. and class organiza- tions. We'll hear more of Homer in his senior year. NVILLIAM NICHOLAS Williani Nicholas, of Mason City, a junior in college was the choice of the third largest group of students for the most popular man in college. Bill is an active member of many of the organizations of the school. He was president of the Y. M. C. A. during the third quarter of 1925 and the first two quarters of 1926. While in this office Bill with the help of his cabinet built up one of the strongest organizations it has ever had in Kearney college. He is an active member of Zip Club, the Glee Club and is a member of the Male Quartet which gave concerts in different parts of the state in the spring of '26. Who's Who. As we look back over the records of the school and see the names of the many students who have completed their work here and gone out into the world, we find there many who have written their names on the hearts of the people with whom they work. We find them making a winning fight as they climb rung by rung up the ladder of experience. lt would be impossible for us to list all of the successful persons who have graduated from Kearney college even if it were possible for us to set a standard by which to measure success. Some of those who have been out in the field and who are doing things which may be measured by a scale which we call success are: Mr. George Ritchey, 1912, while a student in Kearney helped in the Agriculture department and became very much interested in that branch of work. After leaving here he taught in Technical High School in Omaha, then in Cornell College, Iowa. He then entered a Mission school at Indianapolis and was sent as a missionary to China. Here he is employed in Nanking University at Nanking, China, a school kept up by four churches, Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist and Christian. For seven years he has been working in charge of the agriculture department, improving the types of wheat, corn, rice and other crops in an attempt to eliminate the awful famines of that country. He took a yearis furlough in 1926. Miss Alice Hanthorne, 1909, after leaving school here taught in the Peru Normal School. She then became supervisor of the Kindergartens in Lincoln. For several years she has been Kindergarten Superintendent of the Cleveland City Schools. Miss Hanthorne published a book on primary teaching which has met with much favorable comment. Dr. Mable Hammond, 19144, after leaving school became a missionary to China. She is now in charge of the McCaw hospital in Foo Chow, China. Miss Martha McCutcl1en is a Methodist Missionary to China. She with another white woman has charge of a school on the island of Haitang where many Chinese students are learning things formerly unknown. Miss McCutchen was home on a yearis furlough in 1926. Miss, Inez Martin, 1920, is a graduate student of Columbia Teachers College in 1922-23. She is now assistant Professor of Education in Cotner University. Phil Pierson, 1923, is a student in the University of Wisconsin. While attend- ing school hc is also teaching in the department of Sociology. Q,g:'1Q:5'74-,pf ,...,.3. in I x , ,I , , , , 6' ' 'f f471'flf,f'-7TLT:1-'N .9?,-Qv.'i?s.'Ff- '-'J "' 5' " " 'e' ' - 9' ,,,,, ' - fa Ay. 1 Avg, east my ..,j'9q'9f'31'5'4 A -' Q rn 'Q if ' ' QQ- 235528, X I 't""' 'ff - I - 5 ' ' ' ' ' 1.?T+-15? 'GCD ' I Mit-V ' ' S Q 'E fri' K ,f J X Blue and Gold Staff. GLADYS TIMSON NOLAN ALISXANDER KERMIT JACKSON HARRIET Bumiows MARJORIIQ SMITH EJUSIA POWERS HARRIET BURROWS NOLAN ALEXANDER RALPH HANSEN ..... ADIIE GILBERT ...,. GLADYS TIMSON ..... 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T 1111. .iff ft A ,b '. -1-Quai-,f ' V I i : ' . . ' I' . 1 - , L . 1 q t gn-, JJ., A fp f ' ' ' ' -Lars, , g-..... ,,,,.. Alumni Association. ' The Alumni Association of the State Normal School and Teachers College at Kearney was organized in 1906. This association is designed to promote in every proper way the interests of the Normal School' and Teachers College, and to foster among its members a sentiment of regard for one another and attachment to their alma mater. All graduates are active members of the association, All former students may be associate members. Members of the faculty in active service are honorary mem- bers of the association. The officers are a president, a vice president, a secretary and treasurer. The secretary and treasurer are permanent officers of the association. Aside from the many accomplishments of a professional nature, two other worthy undertakings have been sponsored by the Alumni Association. First, the Alumni Journal published by the Senior Class of 1921. This record shows our alumni in ,all professions, and scattered to all parts of the world. Second, the Harriet Sutton Memorial Pipe Organ Fund. This growing fund will provide an organ for alma mater, an organ which every alumnus will be happy to hear. For several years the Alumni Organization has sponsored a dinner and reunion of all alumni and friends of our alma mater attending the sectional meetings of the Nebraska State Teachers Association. An annual meeting of the association occurs in ,lune at Kearney. On this Home- Coming Day the classes graduating twenty years and ten years previous are special guests. The convocation hour is ours on this occasion. Later in the day as youngsters we contest in games. We greet friends in the hall with enthusiastic handclasps, we visit with the faculty in the class rooms, we chat during the afternoon tea, best of all we gather for the alumni dinner with its old songs, its jests and its memories. Stexy. The Stexy is one of the business organizations of the Kearney College. It con- sists of a Student Service bureau in which typing, poster making and other kinds of work is done. It is the aim to give employment to students of the college who are worthy and capable of doing efficient work, and at the same time to provide a place where persons desiring to have work done may come for service. The principal work done is typing and several stenographers are kept busy during their spare time. In addition to the service in this line, the Stexy keeps in stock readings and one-act plays which are sold practically at the cost of copying. The students who desire work register with the manager selected from the file who desires that periods desired. During the past year Amie Gilbert. and when a call comes for help a student is type of work and who is able to work at the it has been very efficiently managed by Miss 'Q 1 ,. it 'ffl D 'i W - s, , ,S . ..,.... at 1 ff.-. . 4- 0' . . . ss---Ls-5. 'U-"P"is' in ' "Q'fi'?'4i.J? 9 'T if-is lla' 2 4 K' iff-'??f" ' ' fhg, ' " fe- if -W" " " '-. 'Ile-.751 , I i s " --- g ,,,...--I,5,:g,.-i-':L,.3f', " 4,--'f"'-' .c 1. 4, em., ',. fri' "-f-7e??'- F .- ,wi -' l r I , - 12-'t .- -. , l l . ' self- ' ,f If fn! - 'l .' 1 In g M .I 4 A J fi -- i 5 l. ' H l ,V if - I, tg gf tp 5 , A W ' Q I Teachers Placing Bureau. "A satisfactory teacher satisfactorily placed is the best advertisement for a State Teachers College," is the motto of our Teachers Placing Bureau. With this motto as its guide, the Teachers Placing Bureau exerts its best efforts properly to place every person trained by our alma mater. The bureau seeks to keep in touch with the teaching positions in the state and to nominate suitable students or graduates for election to fill vacancies as these occur. It secures and compiles carefully prepared confidential evaluations of each registrant. These evaluations together with a detailed personal statement prepared by the candi- date and his photograph are placed in the permanent files of the bureau. These permanent records are available at all times to interested employing school author- ities seeking prospective tcachers, principals and superintendents. It is the policy of the Teachers Placing Bureau to give school authorities all the facts it has concerning each person being considered for a position. As a result of this policy, school authorities are coming to place greater confidence in the bureau and its work. As students and graduates go out into the field and render services comporting with the estimates of the bureau, its prestige and influence will grow and its capacity to serve authorities and students will increase. Inasmuch as the bureau renders its services without cost to either employers or registrants, it seeks for its only reward the most sincere and whole-hearted co-opera- tion of those it gives assistance. Extension Department. Beginning in September, 1921, with a typewriter table, one chair and a letter file and sixteen registrations for correspondence courses, the Extension Department has grown until it now points to a total of 3207 registrations. During the first six weeks, it was housed in a cloak room on the third floor, the room now used by the Home Economics Department as a storeroom. Today it Hhangs out its shinglei' at Room 221. Although the Extension Office still lacks complete equipment, its needs have been met at every turn by generous assistance from the administration office and by occasional contributions of furniture not needed by other departments. The original plan called for part-time extension service on the part of the director who, as need arose, enlisted students to help. Today the director gives full time to the department and has a full-time secretary whose every minute of the day is claimed by duties in the office. In addition to the presentation of correspondence and study center courses, lin themselves heavy responsibilities for any departmentj the extension service takes care of all the field work done by the college, mails out all the college advertising literature, arranges for lecture and lyceum service for school communities anywhere in Nebraska, makes available a popular consultative service, gathers material for public speakers, assists communities with home-talent dramatic programs and does a flourishing test and measurement business. To the Extension Department for the past two years has been entrusted management of the preliminary academic contests for high schools sponsored by the State University Extension Division. In this project almost the entire college Faculty and many of the students have co-operated with most satisfactory results. New fields of opportunity disclose themselves to the Extension Department al- most daily. Witli the growing facilities available to the service, increased responsi- bilities and turning of still more tangible results may safely be predicted. ,5 V.-L, - " " , .- ., i.. '- --'fre -' - , - K, ., cz.- 'ifais -fill' f 'i ts-..s-f: - s"'?1Pif1"'eQg Q for 4'-sag.. ?. --- 1,,f "iff ' X G " 4 f Q 5. gg. is ' ' ' X -.??'3'f: '- -Q' "za 5 s am- gd, The College Stock. The College Stock Farm under the direct supervision of George E. Arnold, Cus- todian of buildings and grounds, has for its main purpose the furnishing of produce for the college dining hall in order to cut the cost of board for the students to the lowest possible figure. Mr. Arnold states that the success of the farm this year is largely due to the consistent hard work of the two student helpers, Arthur Curtis of Anselmo, and Alfon Herring of Riverton. During the winter the feeding pens supplied the college dining hall with most of its meat. Seventeen head of cattle and fifteen head of hogs, all carrying an abund- ance of fat. were killed at intervale and it is believed that the quality of this meat has helped build trade at the College Dining Hall. Milk, which is furnished by the dairy herd, is now being served three times a day at the College Dining Hall. The herd is headed by a registered sire, which took second prize at the Buffalo County Fair. There are seven Holstein cows in the herd, four of which are thoroughbreds, while the others, although not having papers, are well bred. Next year promises to be a prosperous year as four acres of potatoes, one acre of garden and two acres of sweetcorn have already been planted. The twenty acres of alfalfa not only supplies the college farm but produces a surplus. Last year the surplus amounted to two hundred twenty-five dollars. f The farm is well improved with a modern cement cowbarn, large enough for the herd. 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SILKS, RAYONS, WOOL AND COTTON GOODS of All Description COATS DRESSES MILLINERY SILK HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR Goods oi' National Reputation-Sucli Brands as Ilummingg' Bird, Onyx, Poin- tcx Ilvols. Kayser and Miinsiiigrwvzll'-Alwzlys Rvlhllxlv. RI"ll10lllilLxl'.iAll wo ask, is for you to give us 21 call and thi-11 we zlrv pvrl'4-oily willmg' for you to be the jmlgv. QUALITY SER VIUE PRICE Cl' he Empire Store KEARNEY, NEHR. JOIIN NV. PHVTKENS We Did Your Kodak Finish- ing While You Were Here Send it to us after you have gone. By sending di- rect to us you save time and money. We will mail i't to you any place in the World, and pay return postage. Price list mailed upon request. Midwest Camera Shop Ic0iU'IH X 2215 lfm-lltral A vo. Nelmnska "f Q ,Amr-.-15x-X wv- -s ' .,.,. . .. ,- , A, V rv, 1:1 Qiuvil,-'ix J ,.,f-- , 4- -'-s: - :Q-swqsfr f"' ---4 f ,ff Y. ,, , sf, .A .71-:.,s1!-ref ,f ,321-it ff " Mr' .se 1 fee-, ,ef Jae.. Q-ff., Q. .-1, - 5 dwg.-f.,,Wa, - .'- .,,k..'l' -'ifflffx' ,.f" V. 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Kayser Pointex Hosiery McCallum Hosiery Silk Lingerie Scarfs Ties Novelties 777A y Send Eg the Things You M1-:ET YUU11 FRIENDS AT MWOFQL Qtswnw Cl-ILSGN EB Our cleaning clcu1f'i11'1c11t can flo H'0l1fl01'S with' the things you prob- I E ably uc-vcr expr-cl' io wozu' again. Results ure ns1'ouishiug'. But you YWP TI, H QT HD vnu never :1pp1'0cizi'rc- the clifl'c1'v11cc K ' ' J 'M' 'i OI" uuiil yr u give us -'1 trial. ----- ' I- JM M . . -req 27 . Prescription Pharmacy 'l'm-zxcliws mul Students School f f Supplies IL 4 Fancy Lunches At Our any cL:ANEP5 Fountain 9 HOME OF CBll'l"l'ER-KlS'l'W'lflllj 9, SANl7'xVlCHES Eg' Plllilllt 260 22ml illlll Uf'lllil'2ll VOME 'PO OUR STORE 35, il! an C, qv 43- x' EV E J D an 9191.1 Hhs' QQ s .av x fm ,JD-f' --Ls.. w. 11. ff: , . VH- f-...E In 5,7 4:42.55 ,415 x 'iii E211-5 3 4'l'f 5" l'f5C'ff fi'-,f K fffii x -LH' 3 1 ff F 4 'L '- '- - 0 W f L: 'X - K I f ,jf VI A , yy' iiin " I J . , V-Y M' Q. 4 1 X E 1 I RHS -fi?" 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H Q 'li' , X ,' , Q-fffngqggi -"- 3 A 1 '- 1 lui 'N ' ' ' " 1 -'N-fgihk Tl"--:fr ' wil '-p: lx gi ty- ' '5 '-.I L' B - A U I NYS. -J "f', 1 Q, X.. asf' .W fe 1 ag fu, i AFT-A-t fl Fl R ' -.FQ -,gf ' .- iv ' Q- , il bfi! l1"vk ,A-T' 4 --"fs si-rg "u'l25f nf. ' " HQ- . ,ffl -,Fx -, R U T E R'SfffThe Fashion Spring just around the corner. And that means new and charming styles just ahead. XVOIIICII may lose interest in fashion at other seasons of the year, hut there 's not a, woman living who doesn't want a new dress when all nature dolls up in the spring' of t.he year. Realizing' this fundamental need of all hu- manity. R-uter The Fashion, Ladies Outfitting' Store, 2123 Central Ave. has made extensive preparations for pleasing its clientele in the 1926 spring sea- son. VVith a View to matching the particular iudividualities of particular peo- ple, their buyers have selected models of the utmost variety and distinction. ll' you select your spring' costume at Ruters, there will he no danger of your Unieeting' yourself" when you turn the corner. Nothing so upsets a woman of taste as to meet the duplicate ot her gown on the street. Distinction is the watchword ol' Ruters' 'Phe Fashion and we are glad to recommend them to our readers. R U T E R'SfffThe Fashion Uur Watch and Iewelry Repairing Department ls always on the job and we get your work out in the least possible time re- quired to put out satisfactory work. Special lines selected for moderate priced gifts. P6191 55 55 Q The FA ig. Jeweber ,, 'X ,e 5? ' it EY NEBR. tg as his fi i ii '..,:"a-Lf, .5""'-.fe E51 an . .. f 'Safe 'MAS' - ,ff ,f , f 'fa' i " 3. f -Taxi' J . - i' ,..f 7, .-, -1,1 . 1 a G.. f " 1-V V J. , "1 ' -7-, 5311-1'e':.-:f'i1' f Fiaswz Na.: .:,,,i-a.9f,s2-...Ash - A153 lr," 5 ,pf 2-- fr? -Qftfm-sij:vf.1asft 'ifffffbi - 1 4,. -mul G 7 fiif' C 'f' 1 dl-rm . f- 1. -- ,,'4-'Tw --' p K f - 2,513 F ,w . . V Y 7 , .. , f 1 , -V . 'V - 1 .v., ..., ' ,.'.',-M, - 1 ' ' I X r if-: if-A y , . 2 , ll ' .ffsfsi lf'-gf' 1 W . l. I . ln, Q, ,,f , .R K ip i Q- f ,, . ff vt -6- sl l t l i v 1 V 2 , I ' gm , ' i i '- "-.MV f-- 4v X il 1 l'V 1 . it-f f X K 5-3:7 "'i'3f,. 13 ' ,.. f:-- F45 If N Ani, ,f -9- .a,,gs., V24 Gro th "Growth" to a business , is the natural outcome of efficient service. "Growth" to be healthy, is derived from a long ex- perience with a planned procedure. "Growth" to this great organization of stores has been gradual, continually reaching out to more and more communities. "Growth" has resulted from being faithful to the people, serving them in their everyday needs so as to make their transactions profitable. "Growth,' from one Store in 1902 to 571 Stores twenty-three years later, is evident that it has been merited and while this is the record of this Nation-VVide Institution, it finds its great- est satisfaction in the belief that during all this time it has served well. "Growth" for this great multiple of Stores is the re- sult of that very hearty patronage given to the deserving. "Growth" is to go on and on, for it is ever our aim to expand our service. O' v f Q Q f 1 1 3 - ,- -,..-1,115-. 1 4 , , i if A X -,L is-- - ... f.-. . ,.. R- " . f ..-st .-, ll W., . ' 'I LQ5j.fgQif'.'-1' 'Q' Ti " ' 'h..l:Jls f,'l"'Q.,1lL.lf1.-1 -V-4421? -9" 1 1: el-Us .3 ., , , , swf'-m-x4 ,,,.-ns-Y, of NRA asia-.avg 74, 4 Y W S, N M Jf,..5g5.-f,,ff,,' jfs st..,,g f - Q l is J Gsss- i t l Q- r :f A' i A '-f1:"f'4r was Q , xi' i a f I 69 Q., -M . it . 'ia "g I H 0 0 -ff 'Q-. Q' E V " t 'sf . gli ,I il .5'Q3i'Id 1 - - - I Q j xx 'A -711-vi ,-Y!-fl' 1-F Has Magnuson changed much in the years he,s been away? No, but he thinks he has. l'l0w so? Why, he is always talking about what a fool he used to be. A ring on the hand is worth two on the phone. Margurite lVI.-"The airplanes are getting more dangerous than everf' Harry H.-'iSome one killed?', Margurite M.-"No, but I see a chap got married in one yesterday." Mae-i'Do you believe in signs and omens?e' GC 77 Marg- Yes. Mae.-'4Last night I dreamed you loved ine. What does that mean?'7 Marg.-L'That you were dreaming." Mrs. E.-"Why do you so seldom go home on the twelve fifty train ? S 5 Marg Y.- 'Because its ten to one if I catch it. llavden.-'iDid the doctor remove your appendix?', Staley.-"lt feels to me as if he removed my whole table of contents. REMEMBER 952- CHCDCGLATE SFXGDPPE, KEARN EY. NEBR. LUNCHES Kearney's Greatest Shoe Values. 5 696535 A Sf" N . Sf L TNQ i X Sf K X X A ' " Q 5 , 4 459 I i " 'l N ,ps-SSX x As ' you are looking for snappy sty ' 4. Q shoes, go to O1son's Novelties Iteeeive. Their First Showing With Us. Q 5 ' X 5 5 is CANDY A. T. oLsoN gl sal The Leather Goods Store A lui dftv B 1 G Qgyytgeif' 'l 'r1hl3.s.y 1 , ,. .P "i13i'i"y?'1 -q,g1ffoo1""'?'T?" 5- s. .. 1-5,'f1Q "2.1ess'ifJ s Qfgfswsesg -1- Q'-l's.klflil4:Qii?,lf-'Z 6' 'Q 3"-sif'f?Sl?z.E2i2 A A '-E 'Alf . L, .Ilia ' l A 1 , X '. ., L- 1-by l l ' 7 Bjornstad s Blue Parrot Dry Cleaners and Tailors Opera llousu Bldg. l'llUllC I-Slavk 2023 COLLEGE 5 5 PANTORIUM There Are Ctliers Larger 9th Avenue und 25th St. l'l1onc 2-ll But None Better 25 Years Q Q EX1Jerience TIM FITZGERALD 111 'llilll0l'lllg' uml Cltlillllllg' l-Zusiiiv PHOPIHETOR Diamonds J oe Spire's Qruen Watches Cash Grocery 5 5 oUs1-HNG BRAND l I I 9 QUALITY 1 IM MERCHANDISE - JEWH WWABM Wholesale and Retail I KEARNEYNEB' Bulk Coffees S S 5 S Prompt Service On All SILVERWARE Mail Orders Nook Pliom- 187 li0il1'1l0j', Nr-br. ,fa-'fmx'--Q.g'Mi':,:p:,2-F-115, ., 0 as A W X 1-A. 5 ,..f. 'f5,.gl5,j:wg'13+- ,,,Gfff'-Q-.Sk ff fx """'Q"f14?f.Ai--Q' . f -, . ff - -'alfa-3--6 qi,-ff .F K ', 1'-F' " F R' ' w ':."'5fi?5,'iZ7.w L ' N X w J V A i ag di'f'5fA gd- V " ' s , ' '. if Q , ' 1 ' 0 ' ff' ' , uf gfggif- - X9 I. ll J VK 'ii G G H ,1'.?3 '?S -mm. , -Q 1 . , ., .a im- H if . "I Q-"' 3076! X , , I 'mm j i at ff .4 xi-' lg -f UQL 5' an w Z 1 .T , ttf'-"f L? 'W 'uf' 1-nf? f e'r':5'd'J1::-5. .' 'Vx rf1,s.m. 2'm M- 4. ., 13 :af fx ik V Ia: f f 1 - ff Y - """ """' ff . ff - ,m'F":-F .Q x .-rf"Nv9'vf.f:-Qg wgif- H if 'gina -1- 0 , .., Q X, 1 ,R 6- n 5,1 xx if sk-new ,S E. f:4,if+,gf5M2:'j- ,gggg-314. 5933? ?m'2'fm 'J' -if S'f-ffkir-A ,9 Milf ff " 'aff' 1 e"'fg.i'R:.Q- .. ,, .fascism "it ' w -5 V ,f f , I H 0:65, xx 5' - - Q Q S ,Q-rg.. SEG- "":'H-'75 x J if! J Say it with Flowers Memboi- F, T, D, f l'i4Z.,9'i5V E' 5757 rfiffgfi' " rf fQ,g'A uSi5 l GREENHOUSE--NURSERY--SEED STORE Your lloino Firm Always Open Grconllousc and Nursery, 22006 2nd Ave. Phono 276 Lillian Lancaster-Wl1y do divers eat -1 more in the spring than in the summer? L, A. Scllaber-I'll bite. I Lillian-Because they are fond of the for 'I 0' b c d. Spmle or ALL KINDS OF Lost: A fountain pen by il student full of ink. -'Qi S00 me about our Pc-11.sio11 policy zuul Miss Eckhart:-In the Senior play make yourself ll1LlCpC11Ll011l in you have to eat a seven-course dinner your ilogliuiiig years, in the second act. SW2lllS0I1Z1Tll2lf,S splendid. When do A391105 fm' tl 'fl '-.lil ff? 'C Imam 5 wal" Travelers Insurance Co. Hartford, Conn. 4'Deak,, llced:-Wlial is -the clmrgo lOl' ll1iS llllilfify? The 1Jil1'gQSlf Multiple Line Coinpuuy J. . .-- , ., voftgof. Sutton. Om, and one half in the WUI-lil s Deak:-How much is that in Amer- 'Q ican money? lftmlllltfb Nebiusllai at -s . ---1 9 Q-X W- ' Q 3 3 Q 3 K Q Q' Q, - Q39 4Q...'Q ' 'U a- .V f Q. -'Hai'-f" '-" 'D 'D ' ' - -B -fefs21i',"TiA..1?:2:5 Q.,-. xi, .-w - as Q, - .- 1. 1: - 'S' .gr Qiqv P ' , mag, env-, Q..- U 4 - - fa"-"1' 2'2" , Xxx, "'?E1'5s'axfZ:Z,-Q :J , 4' 'J - 'Q' "'01'25f?'?f X .xwfqxiq ., . 5 3 V xx, ,ff r 1 ffffff Q:-..1'e:,,'?.L: -L., :Q ei' ' W 4 140' Q K Wei? 3 ff! if i' N A-L5 pf., V,. .g,..x,-A 4 ix -J- fc ' ai:-c"'4' at ..-... . W... "M . Qtwvg-..Q:kAj4' it X-L-ge E Q31 7.x -af- : ' gr- MW f-frm QPR, F 1 'Y QQ, g w. 4 A KLM. 5 +5 'Q Q: 13 fx W'-tlfv 4IT', :rv M . -. Vi' I iid 3- Jil wif f:" Q 'f 4-. -9 :FS :A-l'?3'1i:'--'Fifi QTi:.f241:3s-pf' .. Vail lr'fq"g1 T -f' :sf -fr Que Sou'- :Gs-Q' '5 'anim fa- 'fff:.wN 2:F25k, W5- 'ff-ff' F' ' " 'D 0 1295-ff'iHL..,'.ab.' ' -mmf? MM QJWQWMPWJW Nw """Pi"'-exiimiiigrgg-'-14 1 1 rsst 1 'flll R L wiki u 1 AJ, WIY537 L t U Sl Y 'l Q S PW, Ou me Kel-irneu Laundru Latest in '- and - Kmgaid Dru Cleaners . Svucl us your g2ll'lllClll'S by lJill,'CfCl post-NNW pay I'l'lll1'11 postage. Clothes Cleaning, Pressing Ria' MALLGRY HATS Repairing and Dyeing EMERY SHIRTS "We Sell For Less" -"' Style Hats Cleaned and Blocked Family Washing Family V. l-El-yoml f'Ul1lIl2ll'l' l'o1- Skill and Caro. ING CO. lflll-,110 117. Cfhe Club House Stores Are Here to Serve YOU. The Fulfillment at the Low- est Possible Price of Your Every Need is Our Ambition. CLUB HOUSE CAFETERIA "Largest and Best" CLUB HOUSE GROCERY AND MARKET "Staple and FEIIIUX iul1'om:v1'ic-s and Meats" CLUB HOUSE SCHOOL AND NOTION STORE IA ' ' 'K '1 ' 7 ' EVfl1'1'flll1lQ' 111 School l5llD1JllCS. CLUB HOUSE BEAUTY SHOP '4Fi1'st Class EfllIlDll1l'lll' and Sl-1'vic0"' CLUB HOUSE BARBER SHOP "Tho S:111il'a1'y Shop of PUl'S0ll?1l Sl-1'vive.'l J. D. SAUNDERS, l'1'op1'icto1' Opposite Slate 'l'c'elcl1e1's College 1,.,. in -,....,.f'7-if-,, -e 'Q -' 'H'T- , .2 ,, -' ' ' ug-.Lf-L:-. ,N fm1-5w5..-- .E fy ff . '. - ,W 7 ,Y ...rg-, ,r - , ff' f-4" ' ie"':' -V? 5 .. ,Q-I-w fx-L' -A., .-. ,L ' , 1, wi, A. .I .., V 1, - sfwfa ,2rff,'i',LJ..-Y -vw -:fl ' ' 1 1' - .. -.ee 1 -f,s., V- -, rn: ., Q41 .. -- 1-- 1.-fi, gig'-f.-.1..i ..f:f'.,"2.f.Pe'ASP-..i.H c-SQ ,i - - Y 1 ,l ffl-' W Q Af, W! WJWff"f"f I il!! fl I j i If fl , I 'J l I i net' J I Pl 'il 1 X ' 9 0 + l .12 O O ,gr - yffllr I '4 . I p y -.5233 - y .-' l ' l .ff . ' J . 1 A I I if I ' ' , V: CE V. 7' I I, jj , Q ' " f . WJ! My ,y I, L J5 l I I X, V 4. o ' NU! if vf K V yn p . Mr. M, life X N . J ely I I -'J Q t ,PT ' 0' V VJ o A 1 .1 ur rite opes. The Antclopes come from near and far Seeking the haunts of our college. They browse on the leaves of the library shelves And drink at the fountain of knowledge. The caretakers feed and groom them well, And help theln choose their trail, And here they learn to follow it well, For an Antelope must not fail. They bask in the shade of leafy trees, And mingle with many dear friends, But soon they must follow their chosen path And over the hill it wends. ltis not so much what you have gained at the end Be it more or less than you hope, It's the surefooted way you follow the trail That proves you're an Antelope. -Sadie Gouldie 9 o on " '.- as -f l --. il I' 'bggo -,, 0 f g - Q q0'Q5- ' 'M, 4.4 32'-'f-'S-H 1 l 6 .'----':'.1.e.a, ""Q?v',,i-"-lm"-- 9 Q .,, ,b 4-.'0293t3'79 4 W we i I. -ata., K 1 ' f WWI' X Age, - QXXA Mtiillfl 5 , 0 ff' Qui' Q. 'fi I lx ,- rj 'B "Eff: mf. - it f-11 xiii 1 0 'W' If W' it ' mil if - A .0 4 " ' - aW "':fI'1l ..7 ei tl? fff q f if K' 1 12 if W 1 ff-ea 1 f l fi 1 fjiyyff X fs?-EE' , nl num M Ji --gin., pn I W l AM ll W , ' 3.5 li,-jf :f",7i1, A N 3 15' - 'Lf U" 41' "S", . -J - ji.: 'WV ' 2 QW. 113' Jw 1' f .., - ,Zag--17 L a 4,10 'z ' 1? "1 f R 9 2 ,ffzf , gn J 4 173. ' 42111- -ig, 1. f Tig 3717 - it f "Ili -- i - 'H' -f""- -r'Q V, ,rt-.-:Q--fl .fi V .sri V G i .ftfow Q'-3 1 'gi,,IQ,nexfnfiffzcfg,yffwa-'fi f 21, . 'lg f 7 s ifis h ,J -' T' 91- T:-Egif i -it V' ,an- '1a-gfi-'fffirai-.1-N1-'f at X-fa:i'1a2sff?efQ.f:il1f,i. '-Qgfk-f '-.'r'L"' rf-.,.' ' , , ,QI wp K ill a- fad- W Be Proud of ur Libraries , Central Tn the days of old when reacling was clone by candle light, libraries flid not do a very flourishing busi- ness. It was only the extreme student who read. VVitl1 the coming' of the electric light, reading be- came a pleasure. Kearney has taken arlvantage of this and today it boasts of two fine liln'n1'ies eontainiiig' nearly 30,000 volumes-zi splelicliml reeorml for il city of its size. Few cities of its size in Anieriezi can t1'ntl1t'i1lly lllilulil? sneli a, boast. The record of our librzlries is an inclination of the pi-ogressiveness ol' our citizens. Power Company 0 o' 4' . 1 n - . . .. "Gas and Elec-trieity Xvltll Servieel' fo ' n 1 l . -f ' , ' - -Pi X. I QQQVG-V ea- are e I!! aqataggogb Q- 33045 , 93,19 ,, at ' 9 9 , if A Q ' ' ' ' "Wi"-g,5:.:-U Q .C --QSOPW' "RQ N xsfl? Y ' .V 'fi ?"'5" I L l 'f'-gg fl 0 1 X Q 0 ' ev e I 'S'-139:55 n Q ! , Q- s swag- , ' 5 --'2'a,.v'3 wg., 1-G -'rg' S J , 1 X, XX. . W4 ,, ,fr ' ' -,'A 4-efcflfi ' 'V 1 4.1 U Q V -fs' ' gl w:vI'xL- N I in- .. Pig " ., '-.qflav X N315 I J : 1 1 .,f,. .aa gl ' 1 4 ig 0 I n . 'O VF' , f1'f"'-'Q -6 we .. Rx if 5' Y If Q 0 'gui zrsi ifa-'Sify fi' 59Z1f5.,3j G ' "" -"-'I-145 FURNITURE NEWS LIVING ROOM SUITES. DINING ROOM SUITES. BED ROOM SUITES. DAVENPORT TABLES. SPINET DESKS. WINDSOR CHAIRS. CEDAR CHESTS. GATE-LEG TABLES. ROCKERS. BOOK CASES. MIRRORS. MATTRESSES. LAMPS. RUGS. Here We Have the Finest Assortment of Furniture On Display. WELCOME TO I BLUE 55 GOLD ' Why Not Visit Us While You Are in Kearney? ARRANGE TO TRADE YOUR OLD FURNITURE FOR NEW. WE WILL BE GLAD TO GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATE. Ask About Our Liberal Credit Terms. N O MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE-WE DELIVER THE GOODS AND PAY THE FREIGHT. F. C. Scott E3 Son PHONE 673 M, Block South Postoffice fghjgfh-7, nl. xg s f 'jf ' ,of "J it Qs Q 3 ' A - ,Q Q tis-fait?-Q -0- ' gn' -, f sis?-5' ' . , 1 r -ff, f ff rs- A X , Q 1 L ' I ,F - - . . ,, . use '- . f -. . '- ' gg, -' Q X '! ' f ,I , , , X - ,loe Bennett--How did you sleep last night? Ralph Dailard-Not so good. I dreamed I was pitching pennies and I tossed all night. Merle Pierce-Yvhat is your idea of the tightest man in school? Bob Pollard-The guy who won't take a shower because it soaks you too much. D Of all the sad surprises There's nothing to compare With treading in the darkness On a step that isn't there. Harold Lidgard-I wish I could revise the alphabet. Jeanette Carlsoii-Wliy, what would you do? Harold--Iad put U and I closer together. Mary Nichols-They tell me that you are doing settlement work. Bob Best-Yes, my creditors finally cornered me. Harold Kimlnall-Wouldnit you rather look at 1ne than the stars? Ruth Scoutt-Yes, if you were as far away as they are. QE ' 1 fllf- ' w Xkftg. I . WZ EQ Ao LsilJ jAiZi,QfQJw4N WALL PAPER - PAINTS - OILS Window Glass - Windshields V. 'Q 0' 3.9 'f to ' ' Q 0 - .,. - o o G '.5 ':?fi'f-fhQ-Q19Z6?.--'--1-.ss-as I uQ,9G,u,J LD I V I ' XLWIJ Mi, .4.., 'gil'-'ilgjic '1'4 f 7' nge- O .- :FQ F S x im-I: gf 71 ,I S , l f 'M il QE! f , B Xi H 02' - V 1 .1 fwfr -', 6 '.-"iTs'w ang- n B 1 -l B fi . J-bf: 'VJ 1 fa ' A STHICTLY MODETUNT UP-TO-DATE When You Say It With SHOP Flowers, Say It with Ours , Bahr s Barber Shop ' AND Beauty Parlor L. F. BAIIR, Proprietor. YOUR BUSINESS APP'RlECIA'l'ED Phone S6 Koarnvy, Nebr. 1-HoN1n mm 132 KEAHNEY, Nmrzn. w , ' , MRS. B. B. PEIRCES bemor girl:-Y ou are such an oblig- "'S SUI- Needlecraft and F' J ':-Tl- k .WI l - - Say liifailgilll mn you my co you Hemstltchlng Senior girl :-You ler your nose shine igetaailllrelii, tifnosgirsgsfiigmy look lo Stzunpml Needlework, Boil Proof Threads, Ladies Silk Hosiery When are girls going to use some Homstitching kind of roofing other than shingles? flTL.DNER'S JEWELRY STORE IGRALCONY I-I. W . Stonebar er C Cl' 9 6 . . 5 Q 9 25 5 PRINTER GRoCERY AND MEAT MARKET Q . . w151.:l:ER'r BIYILDING 5 Q , 1, .Q .5 KEARNEY, NEBRASKA 2002 Central Plmnc 178 or 179 ze' ii di 'gpg Q Q 9 , Q, Q g 5 ,D , -Of .ua rare- -.f-waillu B GLC M' .-.-:aa-.av Za X 1 - w N, 4-, x W ,I . - , w. f f X f , Y Y A , ,, 4, .4 . ',-- -' Il l 1 f I s U " , I 4 X r Qs ' I, x ' JG 2- , V. V" 'zf , - - E 0 Q 0 , nf ' I if . gs- '4 I Qi'-' i II B J ..--2- wr I Ki ,I I4 I II wr ,-af UISOH 'l0hHS0H FAVORITE Clothing Co. LUNcHEoN ana CONFECTIONS KKTHE HGHCG 3, Student, 'll ' ll Y " Goon VALUES" Sf ,Wm Ou s s 6 I5 Come in and Get I WJ Acquainted the Past Q 5 t the Present I b MCCLURE, Ingthe Future ,d,,,Lfi7jC'iflfjLIwL,PrOprietOr ME , ww: 1 ,Mme Irons, Toasters, lDaHlc-: Irons, Grills, ' 27 ' Pcrcolators, Etc. COMPLETE LINE OF PYREX OVEN WARE. Thermos Bottles and Juqs. - Lunch Kits. ALUMINUM WARE or ALL DESCRIPTIONS A Pleasure to Show You This Merclmmlise. , L. Schwarz Hardware Co. O Phone 34-5, 2303 Central Ave. Iezsywf- 1 0 i 1 ' 7 7 If aW5'E2: 'I-' , ' -"'o?,gr"?f'?g'??55?D a 1 A t saga? ' f' NX ,af 5 if M Q Q - . J .Q-f:-S919 se- . Wa ' - 'ff --exif: 1 Q' YJ, ' N , iff Ida Rose Saunde1's-Wliy didn't they make that fellow in white knickers get off he floor. Erwin Getty-That's the referee. He watches all the plays. Ida Rose-Well, why didn't he let them play instead of taking the hall from them so often? Bonnie French-How are you making out with Professor Bullock? Ethel Smith-Fine, no words have passed between us yet. Kermit Jackson--lVIadam, I am very sorry I killed your cat. Will you allow me to replace him? Hazel Gillette-Oh. dear. This is so sudden. Capps-Whe1'e are you going? Harbottle-Over to the pool room. Capps-Going to a billiard hall? Harbottle-Nope, going swimming. Harold Hayden-My heart's idol. Ruth Davis-Put it to work. F d 1 C f t ' Not the Cheapest Place to Eat in Kearney But the Very Best. 14 96 95' J. G. McKEE, Manager Q 9 it to ' " - .. - Q -v "4 f Ng. If ?Z1Lg3:a5-2.-,- ."""'1'.'?.3:?5g, If 4 v . ff'r'xf,"ff'41.t7j P- . . ,, fi-1:27 . .V-ff:-,f:i1?'l3?5P"H'l' W W":'o'-. X an we rIfi:f1Hgs'2f4.1h'-S' ,4.f',r f M 1 rein- ff' rr.. ff' I Xiliilitf -52-gil?-'Q"qf ' 2 l 'H' ,'5'ef:7?'53"' .ff I 'xx 'gif 'A Xxfvefi M2 ,-NA.: fx lr 'K ' 'F y F v .."f18' ff' ,lg I , fu' sg, . -5 .K u' 5 ,gf lj' 'Be' ' I .aw-Hi. A Xp 'fl 1 Ea M y " Q1 ,4 l Gi' 1 ' 'Fr '5""-,HW ,-N 'N ll Il XX N' ' ' '.-::'E- YQ: 'y ' ' N 5 , E QL JV , ' 6 -1- 495444 v -. .QL QQ iq .QW '5'5"1T' gif ' Q 1 - . y 'ffm Tn. "P My '4 . 1 xi th We Y. " x f- 12. ful Q. 5 lg l l ' 4. ' -, KL.. .M l . 'Qfilgkx 'f'4 N15-., 11 'J' 1 1: u X. 155.51 Lew ul, UJEJQ, T' 5-"fowl C'0l'llplC'lU Lines nl' DRY oooos Tl'16 Central Om- prices are most rwzlsomnlalc-a FooTWEAR ational Hos1ERY Bank qw., 2, , Wearing Apparel WW M WW 07 7,59 and Notions ,rum MWQJN 477 . eooeoooo ,ZLL g',f,,,,-,,,,,.J,J 11-ial will convince OZJJLV l'ou1pl4-fc Family Ou1l'i1'tc1's J, S, Dgnywlly P1-Qsidq-nf, .l. D. lmwcllsfvlll, Vice P1'csicl011'r. f7QA'f3 067017 .SQIOPQ W. R. ssl-alma-, vm ln-1-Silufnr-. NU QNIV - NEBUASKA QI. Il. Dean, CilSlllQ1' mm' Ven' "ll I AW' Phmlf' Hhufk 970 C. B. Sibbett, Assistant UilSlllCl' All Right Food Products SAFE AND PURE 5+ 9+ ICE CREAMS SHERBETS PUNCHES BUTTER MILK CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE' EG 9-E Ravenna Creamery Company r 15515 Lf. 1 iii 1 1 eff, .....f- --- ,. itg,,2f,gi,1f-, ,f ,ff:...5- 9+ ,-.ia .zi- U?'fsg-1 gf g!Q.1:'?'r-ff... fa' ,L 'gil 5 H-ML, - V., ' gA9E,1"2I,-455334-hi.-in-'22 feel' "' -.eg ff? , fr: f J' X A. ,, , fix V- .--7Y .T Y X A. :I in -Y. rig.. E1 i ix lm -6 4,2 in af ,ix - - T xf l -.x . 5 M- V -, ,, .- ,,.1.:. " ...V X' I L' M' m .4 A. fic ribs ajax .1"-fun-.7-, 5- 11- '--.Ln " f - es, - Q. Q - .- nl, , - . .-. - f -W --ff Ama, f -1- Y 14. , ,X x . 4 Q 1 ., , -I I f T. ,- gg, s.0.,,.jff1 ,I 'is ,xc-fx - gf -X-Tlx ii ik! I C, me nga tL'.6,,4q,.F,Lg,-ELK! 'A 'Avy -ua. ., ,, as-' 5517- .--'S-'-- le 11' .WM i f f ,,,, H I ' -SQ' -'Y-'W-s.'E"?.' - i-3 T -T-gflfv--'L' 'r ' 1' A' . f"i5e?3' 0 il l in 4 . 3-" I 9 - b ,E 9 9 9 Sass S X J I ks Leigh Post-How do you know she loves you? Harold May-I told her to smile if She loved IHC, and she laughed. Arthur Arehart-I hear you're studying astronomy. Lloyd Pounds-Not exactlyg l'm taking boxing. Henry Albrecht-Did you ever see anything as unsettled as the weather? Mrs. 'fllolnas-Well, there'S your board bill. Henry Riley-How's Compton in the high jump? Any good? Francis Donnell-Naw, he can hardly clear his throat. Wa1'd Minor-'4What,s all the noise down there?" Bob Huber--Fella' turned a corner! M in 01'-Well '? Huber-There wasnlt any corner. Dr. Noyer-There goes a girl with a great mind. Mrs. Scoutt-She doesn't look it. ln what way? Dr. Noyer-Minds her own business, and tlIat's a great mind. Wfendell Coon-l understand you told someone l was a dog. Nolan Alexander-lt waSn't l. You are barking up the wrong tree, old man. N sag' . Av " v , Q-Gogrs 'Lexi' If A Cordial Invitation 7' IS EXTENDED YOU U i-llrghii T0 VISIT M N6 . ,,,,,,, qxg ray SM F , MMM f t az-4 ' l liltlllltilii 716 Shgp WMWQQM 2217 CENTRAL AVENUE V ALWAYS FIRST WITH THE NEWEST Stylish Dresses, Suits, Coats MILLINERY AND OTHER ARTICLES or - . .-X S WEARING APPAREL I ii. - I 'Ll REBlEBIBER THE ADDRESS J 5 y . ASesw-,,sT TETTa--rMsS :Qi H zg:oo:'.' Q 3,.e 1 A 3 .f fo- ' gas ' Q c -eM:f-5 J 1.--NS sting? .-,ax nl, G gl .-.-:rx FZ!-5' ,, Qaggzvigv- rg'-QSX' Z R, ,Swine -H jp if w gms!-1 ,f S ,is-g,i,qfFi:g,, f X 7 l. ' K QV Q' , S n S?s"'15 Dfjywwgfjn fl THE HOME OF 22 flfmfl i W ID IW if 'Ylkw Schaffner 81 Marx C4 it Clothes wm i,,,Q Jersilcl Sweaters fc -0' we we-.cap GoLDEN EAGLE quAu'rY f M1 cLo'rm-:s nusluuvnsv. WE NEBRASKA . wi ALLEN-A-UNIQN SUITS DOBBS HATS Summer Students? The Emporia Canclq Kitchen 81 Cafe Is One of the Best Places in the City To Eat and Drink. NYE SERVE REGUIJAR MEALS AT ALL HOURS Steaks, Chops and Lunches at Any Time. SPIJENDIIJ SPEUIAL PLATE FOR 300 Szliiclwiclivs of all kinds Our Fresh 11111110 Maile Czlliclivs Arc- Delicious Ice Cream and Sherbets of All Kinds. You Say Meet M0 at I'IC2Nlfjll211'i0I'S at The Emporia Canchg Kitchen 81 Cafe Q 231'4l Zlllil C,'011t1'z1l Avo.-Blmck South of Post Office ti5tiZa52i7,sfsg:e:se:-:gzsi.:s -3.15:-A 'Kg 'Utiw -wa "' -B :ease is-este lfijt-QM! f' N ' 0 ei :sw X f-- 4 - Q. .- 5. . ..q?.'57" 04.991, . ,. "6 Q.w5?"bTC'E'Ei: 0 ' R J WNY:-T5 ' 0 0 .f ,- h Sage' ' 2' X I HERE U r . 1. 1.1 if o 6 Q Q, 1 D . 'OJ' T - - -- ,L,.:'J:- - . Q02 I ' ' 0 4, 3 ' vi -55" af' 0 Q '0,,..-.L ef',,3v'4.is:. 7, in L v ,ff "Ni, aff? Sas- ,g 51, 1 - ,ff so 5.55636 A X .-f To Sunlite Bread and Pastry Are Delicious Hive us il trial and find out We Mako the lJ2llllllL'Hl' FRENCH TEA WAFERS For Your Tea Parties Just Full 23lO-XVu do the rest SUN LITE BAKERY 'fii XR XZ ' '- 7 9 lg-l.Z'if1f3'lTf ff' is Q Far ers Q Slate an A S Kearneqj Q X46 Deposits More Than a Million 'F Manuel P-Flack REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Building and Loan Investments a Specialty Q if- u gil' City National Billlli .Blllllllllg l if if-2?-7g?af'lQ:-s ,.,.,1-Y 5- , ,W V-"' E Are You Proud To Show Your Watch When Some Friend Asks To See It? If Not Get a New One From Hawthorne K EARNE Y 'S J EVVELER l .oe '--4? he-1 A2 W , , W ,Q-ef: 'rfffefe-f2ft'mt,ff"rr'xe'f-lox gf' - 1 ff we 2 5, - bf, will , Qt! Q!! Haifa- My r. i 'W 'EW lOHN G BALL . . YELLOW CAB Elf 'K BARBER sHoP BAGGAGE CO. First Door XVQSL of City Hall. PIIONE 29 9 9 NVQ- Specialize ill liady's and c'l1ilQl1'O11 'g B31-bgy XV01-k 'l'l1e 'Pliinking Person Calls a Yellow Cab J ,lackz-Have you a fine tooth comb? lluby:-No, but l have a fine tooth brush. 5 Harold Luse:-l-low long will I have to wait for a shave? Barber:-Oh, l'd say about two years. Mac. Lowc:hSometimes you seem so manly, and other times absurdly cffcmi- nate. Xvhy is it? I Matt Wigtori:-Heredity. You see hall' my ancestors were men and the other half women. Peggy:-Do you remember when you were first struck by my beauty? Kermit:-Yes, at the masquerade party. Hazel Panek:-Say, Ray, in what part of the garden of love did you find my diamond? Ray XVillia1ns:-lAbsentlyl ln the carrot patch my clear. Miss Stuff:-Did you hold the mirror to Hazel's face to sec if she was still llvrcatliing? Carrol Anderson :-Yes, and she opened her eyes, gasped, and reached for her powder puff. The Lar 'est Line of ' gf , Shoe Hospital Imported and Domestic Toilet Requisites Quahty ' Servlet? In this City. Workmanship JOHN B. BERTOLDI Q 5 West 231-a street F Q2 Kcariwy, Nc-br. Phone 1-lfl KIGAIINIEY, NEBRASKA SQ 0' fig, ' it ' ' e ,,-H. 8 ,Q Y , ,YM me uw, , 1,13 pf f 'ea..e-2 Q ,- 3, R- fel ' iq to Q fs we W it-ff aleifififfea Q -Q M.. .ow ffl-4,410.16 MW, QZM, .MJJZ I ,-1 -. .. , -. - , - I f 5 x om:-inf' 415W ..qp1?F9,'.W 7 Sf -P611 I 'X sf-'25 '64 ' Wm e M 'p 5 U if . . jj Ji ' 4 ' Q 'I 6-195 :VZ '. I h 10:1 1: .-.as-k- f . -.-M ' nfl lumloing and Heating Engineers I 1 .0 . iv. l I 1 :ill 'afiEV.,,.l-. Z3 l li- I I I-I oe , ' ' E I. fr so I - I' ,l-'-'fi ' D . 'hw' 1 7, el QXIXXKK llxlfi 7:4 5.52 1, . NNRQQS ' 4 J '1 1 Li in .N 3 'RX is :L KOHLERQFKOHLER 1 Q 'yyyx .X . -. ' 2 'A I . fi fx Q I i . ' A 5 ' X . . I 5' . X- Qffley Plulnblng cc? Heatlng Cofflpally .yes X I XR 1Cli1'll0j', Nulwaska Phono No. T36 -. 'A A 1 X X LACE, Pres. GEO. XV. R.-XUE, Vice-1'i'u:-1. NV. J. LUNGER, See'y-Tre' S, J xx 'A , ix x. i E i ll ly Cox:-My lnrother is an atheist. - ' K IX era cl Humbert:-Is that so? I didn't know llley had a chapter here. X X - 'A -----1-4- I N 1 .Q flildrecl Thomas:-I hear that Seth Compton likes only brunettes. Q " fx- X eona Sheldon :-That is what I hear. I am dying lo meet him. X .l ' 1 K ' TTl-Nw-4.-Q-4 N J. Jacobson:-Nvliat makes you call Erna Camp piescrription? N xr S X yron Nellson:-Oh, dear, clear,-Sheas so hard to fill. , ' ' .3 I M-as-We X , Clyde Cox:-Do you like lianilaurger halls? dx gxs C. Thomas:-I don't know. I never attended one. N Q X Prof. Anderson :-Does any one know what the Sherinan acl wus? Q ' lqk Tony M0SSZ1MH1'CllII1g through Georgia. l --wi -1- rlf. N 3 Miss Ludden:-Nature is wonderful. Now when we walk through the fields in li S I cp mber, what do we see on every hand? ,, Agnese Deneen:-Cloves. Q i Mrs. Black :-This check is all right, as far as l can sei, hul have you nothing Q I about you hy which you can he identified? Student:-Yes ma'am, I have a wart on my left ear. 4 elm- 1 . , ' ff, Capps:-All inen descended from monkeys, ani I right Mr. Downing? Q ,1 iiKlZl1l1IC7,2-YCk1ll, I guess so hut who kicked the ladder out from under you? I Q0 ' A - -W - s . sl 'f o , .. .pg Q 0 if Qu :if ?353:..a2q05 .o.Q:1 ' 5-5 Qi. lt'llpiglli5M wld t r N. -I -A it tx 1 Q ,mx l x A fs x. ' .- Q 1 .K L sillrt i ,.,f., ,-f...-f '70-Phone-70 IF You WA T Building Material AND CCDAL L. D. MARTI ' A 5 Nlr. Anderson:-YVho was the straightest man of Bible times? Harry Horsham :-Joseph, liecause the Pliaraoh made a ruler out ol' him. Fred Carpenter:-But l don't think I clcscrve an absolute zero. Prof. Eugleinauc-Neither do I, hut itls the lowest grade l dare -"ive C llresiclont Martin:-Wfliat kind of ai student is Xvzird Minor? Mr. lVlCrcer:-Very apt. President Martin:-Very apt? Mr. lVlercer:-Yes, very apt to flunk. l'larold Lidgard:--Great Scott! l forgot who wrote NIVilIlllOCl-r '5BolJ" Uestzgl forgot who the dir.-kens wrote, wllalc of two Citicsf Ervin Getty:-Miss Luclden, could you tell me in round niunlwcrs what l in in the test? Miss Luddon :-Yes-zero. 4'Dad" Anderson:gfSuppose that u dormitory girl didn't get in until 10:30 Saturday night uncl- Lloyd Pounds:-It can't he done. Allen Anderson:-l-low can you go to sleep in u chair? Klyte Burt:-You forget l spent four years in college. l 1 1 -L 53,-lg .xii l ,yn Mawr iw as 4, .. at ,-,,:Fg,',. : N J Q , n "H, r'-P----4 'if .. if-'E-V in ,"',," 'Z ' , , ii a fav' M- i i ' 1 gi ,Vg -E , fs, " -fssnvc, HL: 4-S-3 - -V-- 4- Q' 11 MP9, " . - " iqx ir- 1,: - .!" .X E lj V , . .ri ' Wax i - ,ig .1 Q, .QKHQ 'L' -fxifg - . . l - i ,v ,Q 1 xbfxk ef, 1. 'llahn 81 Ollier Aqainn if s fflf LG' W! INE annuals, like brilliant Vic- tories, are brought about by the co-ordination of skillful gener- alship and trained effort. 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'Llt's all riglitf, saicl captain Cox, 'Lit's a foulfl HA foul, incleeclf' echoed Brick, 'al thought il was a mnlcf' Klyte:-You know l am a college hrcd. man. Marjorie Miltz:-Yes, a four year loafer. Ramon Hanzel:--l like lo hear Professor Sutton lecture on Physics. llc lrrings things home to me that l have never seen hefore. Clifford Paine:-'Yehl So cloes iny launclryman. Kermit Jackson :SWA dog fills an empty space in a 111211195 life. Harold Hayclen:-This is especially true of the hot clog. Dry Cleaning Dress Well and Success NV E A R Protects the Health of the Nami- Kuppcnhelmer - . Sef1 x'Q.f Q'3h- G 0 O D vast y lx CLOTHES f SM C A Ilavc your grarincnts clvanvcl and pressed and dcoiIo1'izcll by a Master ,N , , 1 I H , Y k1l0illI01', who developes all his tnnc Altxxtuh GLAD IO NIMH for your better appearance. YOU. gy 60 f61uwvmfNeza1z Sarlisfnr-tioii or Money Raul: in ,li ,B 1-if nts, rt 51 ,, J. 'J' N., , 1--, ,,. 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Slllfllillli-Alilll very sorry, sirg what part diclnit you unclerstancl? Homer lVl01'row while debating CVOltlllCll in Biology class:-Y-Altho the Lorcl created monkeys with tails, He left man to draw his own conclusions. Tomorroufs Stqlc-as Todeug n E -V No otlnu' slogan so wcll tlvscrilws tin' stylv H and lczulorsliip of Buc:k's 16 storvs. All ovt-1' tht- stattefliiicelc stands for the Ulast word if ."- N- lll'Sl.t'lC and quality in footuw-ni' alt il modest f' --...l in 'A "--.?-.' prioc. X s fbfwy-5...,,, - l 'ZLL ' Stylvs haw- no opportunity to grow stahl ' '4"' i "" --'-"' ' in l3llUliiS busy stores. 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PHYSIOTHERAPY u n ss Electrical Treatments of All Kinds General Medicine 2118 Central Avenue Mr. Pate:-ftaking rolll Miss Deal, Harold May:-lsitting up quicklyl: Shuffle again. lVliss Luclden:-lf we plant potatoes we raise potatoesg if we plant corn we raise corng if we plant apples we raise apples. Now Mr. Paine, if you wanted to raise Sunflowers, what would yon plant? Clifford Paine:--Corn. Leigh Ptmst:-Well Mr. Martin, it was like thisg I was sitting right by the door and there was a whole lot of pretty girls passing, then all at once the teacher soaked me right in the peninsula. President Martin :-Wliat do you mean, '4penins11la?" Leigh Post:--Well, Mr. Martin, a long narrow neck, just a stretching out KIGARNEY, NEBRASKA LO SCC. If I ...,,, A .., E.-Y H, -.,,,....,,, 4 E , T5-'a' on iq 'Wi f --.Q Q ee" WH' ' . Q ie 3- 425' "'- 9'9" ..-ff" ' 0 0 -3-Jah. Aj pp N:KM.""a4w'r l i F N wgslsvsgw. j! A "fin :gm-If I of-'KIM J . 9 K 1 , '-42.-'gf if 'l it 144515, he ' 0 6 0 I Q.. 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