Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1937

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mg ‘57 PEBUVIftfl Alpha Psi Omega Baker National Dramatic Fraternity Burke Dressier OFFICERS Ruth Howe President Charles Parnell Dunning Vice President Harflan Doris Prichard Secretary Gretchen Miller Treasurer Howe Konig Larson McAllister Marsh Miers D. J. Nabors Adviser The Zeta Lambda cast of Alpha Psi Omega was chartered in May nineteen thirty-six. Thus, Alpha Psi O-mega is the most recently organized fraternity on the campus. Miller Nabors Parnell Programs for the year’s meetings have been devoted to reviews of plays and a study of English drama. The fraternity has cooperated with the Dramatic Club in sponsoring dramatic productions and M. I. X. K. debate and dramatic contests. D. Pritcharc In December a national convention of U» )ne hundred thirty-six casts of e fanjzation was held in St. Louis. delegation of ten st delegation of onvention. Rogers Smith Weber West striving for the ideals oKdKmatic creation and production, his fraternity holds a front position in the parade of organiza- tions active on this campus. 68

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Sigma Tau Delta Maystrick Micrs Parnell Petersen Rogers Shafer M. Stevenson Tear Miller Plasters Smith M. West Nabors Plucknctt I). Stevenson Wheeler The initiatory services for new members in November and March followed banquets held in Mount Vernon Dining Hall. The outstanding number on the fall banquet program was a panel discussion, “Our English Beautiful”, by Mrs. P. A. Maxwell, Mrs. W. D. Albert, Mrs. L. B. Mathews, and Mrs. J. W. Tyler. The spring banquet brought a former member, Dwight Waldo, as guest of honor to address the group on a topic relative to the influence of political situations on literature. Two major projects of the year were the Christmas and spring editions of “Sifting Sand”, a magazine of Peru verse, which is printed on the local chapter’s printing press. In December Sigma Tau Delta Members presented Anna Best Joder’s play, “The Perfect Gentleman”, as a Convocation program. At the close of the school year the fraternity awarded a medal to the freshman writing the best prose selection during the school year. 67 57 PEBUVIftn



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Adams Auc Barnts Brown Chatclain Clayburn Cook Enrich Hackett Halterman Harvey F. Hcc'k J.Hcck Johnson Kerns Kinnett Miller Paul Penney Perdue Prichard Rciff Reynolds Tvnon Watkins Wheeler Pi Gamma Mu National Social Science Fraternity OFFICERS Lawrence Emigh President Friei. Kerns Vice President Jane Hackett Secret ary-7’reasurer Dr. Castle M. Brown Adviser T„e Nebraska Gamma Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu. National Social Science Fraternity, was installed on our campus in April, 1929. The purpose of the organization is the inculcation of the ideals of scholarship, scientific attitude, method, and social service in relation to all social problems. Members are elected from those of junior and senior rank who have a superior scholastic record and who are majoring or minoring in history, social science, or geography. Probably one of the outstanding programs of the year consisted of Mr. Clayburn’s discussion of the process and problems in publishing his recent text on Nebraska geographical features. Other meetings during the year were given over to informal discussions of current issues and social topics of the past. In March twenty-three members of this group visited the Nebraska unicameral legislature and the state capitol building. The organization is always alert when the opportunity for social study arises. 60 37 PEBUVIftn

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