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Pi Omega Pi
NATIONAL COMMERCIAL FRATERNITY
THE Delta Chapter of Pi Omega was organized at the Peru State Teachers College in the fall of 1927. This chapter of the national honorary commercial fraternity is the fourth to be established in the different colleges of Missouri, Nebraska, and Iowa.
Membership in the society is gained by a superior standing in commercial subjects, an average scholarship record in other subjects, a good moral character, and a primary interest in teaching.
The purpose of the fraternity is to encourage people interested in commercial work to attain a higher standard of achievement and to serve better the commerce field of education.
Mona Lyon......................................... President
Eldon Hayward................................ Vice-President
Evelyn Mucke . . . . Secretary-Treasurer
Margaret Bump........................................ Historian
First row—L. Brady, M. Brady, Bump, Hayward Second row—Miss Nona Palmer, Miss Anna Irwin Third row—Kanaly, Lyon, Mucke, Ried
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Pi Qamma zJYCu
NATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY
THE local chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, the National Social Science Honor Society, was installed in April of this year. Peru chapter is the seventy-second to be formed. The idea of Pi Gamma Mu originated at Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas, in the early spring of 1924. Pi Gamma Mu is not an ordinary honor society. It has no national ritual and no secret features of any sort. Its name is simple and modest, merely the initials of the Greek words meaning “Students of Social Science."
The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is the inculcation of the ideals of scholarship, scientific attitude, method, and social service in relation to all social problems. Members are elected from seniors and juniors having a general average of A or B, who are majoring or minoring in History or other Social Sciences.
Pi Gamma Mu publishes a quarterly journal called “Social Science,” which appeared first in 1925. Its special purpose is to vitalize and deepen scientific social interest in young educated people.
First row—C. Brown, G. Brown, Burkf.y, R. Chatelain, V. Chatelain, Donner, Duey, Ennis
Second row—Gaines, Hasselulad, Hauptman, Holcii, Leonard, Lindsay
Third row—Martindale, Matthews, Muhm, Palmer, Stites, Wagner, Whipple,Wihttemore
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sAlpha cMu Omega
MATHEMATICS HONORARY FRATERNITY
ALPHA Mu Omega, Mathematics honorary fraternity, was established July 6, 1927. Since then it has been officially recognized as a branch of the National Council of Mathematics Teachers, and is an institutional member of the Mathematical Association of America.
The purpose of the fraternity is threefold: to develop and promote interest in the field of Mathematics; to inspire future Mathematics teachers; and to afford an opportunity for the discussion of subjects of Mathematical interest not presented in the classroom.
Students who are majoring in Mathematics, either for the two-year diploma or for the A. B. degree, are eligible for membership. The honorary members of the fraternity are: A. L. Hill, Mrs. A. L. Hill, V. H. Jindra, A. V. Larson, Pat Norwood, W. R. Pate, C. A. Huck, Nona Palmer, J. R. VanDyke.
The officers for the first semester were: President, Lillian Brady; Vice-
President, Leslie Carey; and Secretary-Treasurer, Lorine Erickson; and for the second semester they were: President, Leslie Carey; Vice-President, Wilbur
Schindler; and Secretary-Treasurer, Lorine Erickson.
First row—Brady, Bright, Carey, Clineburg, Cope, Crink. Engles, Erickson Second row—Grass, Groothuis, Hill, McCreight. Mickkl. Overture. Priiibbno Third row—Reagan, Redfkrn, Reed, Schindler, Slagle, Stites, Vanderford, Wiles
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