Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1936

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? .11 to Clarinet: Martha CJordcr Bass Viols: Richard Slagle Bernice Bush Cellos: Dorothy Rurhridge Verena Graves Drums: Charles Novak Herb Graves r.lainc Shafer French Horn: John Heck Trombones: Dale Nicholls Jack llaxelton Drums ami Tympani: Charles Novak Herb Graves V. H. Jindra, Director Cellos: Dorothy Burbridge Verena Graves Patricia Casey Louise Matthews Viola : Charles Parnell Bass Viols: {olin Foster xiwcll Cross Richard Slagle Bernice Bush Lillian Mclninch Flutes: Lloyd Snider Nancy Jane Kehoe Clarinets: Alvies Townsend Rachel Adamson Cornets: Leonard Weiss Frederick Wollcr Via no: Ruth Chatelain iBancl Student Director: Leonard Weiss Cornets: Frederick Woller Robert Weber Robert Evans Chester Bowen Trombones: Lowell ’ross Dale Nicholls Jack Hazclton Richard Turner Gordon Gilbert Flutes: Lloyd Snider Nancy Jane Kehoe Horns: John llcck Allen Stroh Basses: John Foster Nathaniel Moore Grctchcn Miller Baritone: Etta Ncunaber [ 73 )

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and physical education departments. This production was even more attractive and spectacular than those of preceding years. The month of December saw the production of two three-act plays: House Party, dramatic mystery, and Cricket on the Hearth, the Christmas Guest Night play. A delightfully artistic production was that of The Sleeping Beauty of Loreland, played with an all-girls’ cast. The effective lighting, costuming, and drapery combined to make this fairy play a charming spectacle. An outstanding number of the year’s repertoire was One Sunday Afternoon. This play was unusual in that it was presented in eight scenes rather than in acts. The flashbacks to the “Gay ’90s’ with the appropriate dress furnished much of the humor. All in all. Mr. Nabors and the members of P. I). C. are well satisfied with the year’s successes and anticipate even greater hits for the near future. •THE SLEEPING BEAUTY OF LORELAND' I 77 |



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★ 1fizxu JbCuyzr G. Holt Steck, Director So {•rani: Maxine Aufcnkanip Alice Auxicr Kilby Collins Eleanor Hemphill Kvclyn Jones Helen M. Larson Vera Lucilcrs Feme Miller Julia Norton Alice Peterson I-ouise Scholl Guinevere Strong Mary Pauline Young Margaret Vance ellti: Gladys Andersen Kuth Chatclain Marjory Coatney Dorothy Gallilicr Kuth Howe Helen Meier Maxine Metcalf Kuth Nicholas Madge Peterson Marcellc Raiding Harriett Scott Ruth Sprague Muriel Sugdcti Jean Vcnrick Velma Barstlcr Tenor i: Kay Beaiuer Melvin Bjork Lawrence Kmigh Burton Kvans Ilarvcy Loken James Perdue Ralph Scholl Jerome Snyder Robert Snyder Kenneth Soper Allen Stroll Hassi: Edward Armstrong Ronald Clark Hartley Dunlap Gordon Gilbert Ross Glover Harold Prichard Wilniut Fruchling Robert Weber Richard Slagle Ernest Reel The peak of the year’s work for the College Hand and Orchestra is reached with the presentation of their respective spring concerts. The annual College Hand Concert was given on March 6. This year the Orchestra Concert was scheduled in conjunction with Mothers’ and Fathers’ Day, Sunday, May 3. An innovation in the Music Department this year was the formation of a Marching Hand with Leonard Weiss as drum major. This organization accompanied the football team to Fremont for the Midland game, and staged a commendable demonstration between halves of the Homecoming game. 'Flic Peru Singers have been particularly active during 1935-36. They have presented numerous tour concerts, including two appearances at Josclvn Memorial, Omaha. On their year’s schedule appears also the opera, “The Chimes of Normandy." 'Flic Distinguished Service award, which the group now sponsors, was presented last year to Orland Gillilan, bass, and this year to Harriett Scott, contralto. 'Fhe Piano Ensemble, under the direction of Mr. R. T. Henford and composed of Ruth Chatclain, Rachel Adamson, Vivian McKimmey, Kathryn Kimsey. Ruth Ann Hill. Chloe Pate, and Evelyn Jones, made its first appearance in the College Parade The group also appeared with the College Orchestra in its spring concert. [70]

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