Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1940

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Page 91 text:

The musical prayers of Steele, Collins. Ulmer, and Manifold provoke a hush at Chapel. After a female purge, tho Geron "heavos ho" with huskies, Fank-hauser, Johnson, W. Hunzeker, Steele, Bentley, M. Hunzeker, Steck, and Manifold. Dorothy Hendricks, Jeanne Spier, and Virginia Clarke, string trio, give chamber music a lift. Hot-lippers Good, Crawford, and Wallace jive a bit with boosts from College Dance Band 'Gators, Modlin, M. Hunzeker, Larson, Harris, Walker, Lurk and Evans. VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL GROUPS Page Eighty-nine

Page 90 text:

With plenty of "oomph-pa-pa" the band swung into stride to toot n' root the fighting Bobcats into scoring position in all athletic encounters. Under the tutelage of Professor Victor Hugo Jindra and First Assistant Charlie Gabus, the band gave with the color song to start the necessary patty caking that acts as a cold chaser and thrill arouser. Sandwiching in practice periods during that ever-filled float period, the band did not discontinue after the knell of football days, but rather carried the torch into the basketball season after leading rallies, firelighted parades and convocation pep programs. Rewarded with a round of candy bars— "always on Jindra" every game and howls for "more moosic" from the crowd, the Bandsmen made with the rhythm with two of their best—"Beer Barrel Polka" and the "Stomping Song." TRUMPETS: LeRoy Redfern, Reba Hauptmann, Robert Brammer, James Crawford, James Sandin, Margaret Ritchie, Dean Slagle, Bob Ashton, Wilma Wager.—TROMBONES: Fletcher Cline, Bond Kennedy, John Jacobs, Max Manifold.—CLARINETS: Frank Larson, Charles Paradise, Charles Gabus (Director Pep Band). William Fankhauser, Audrey Zastera, Donna Jean Duerfeldt, James Lambert. Floyd Lawrence, Reuben Fanders, Marjorie Boettnor. Carol Prine, Francos Knapp, James Macomber, Marjorie Wischmeier.—FLUTES: Janet Harris, Wilma Parnell, Marjorie Wareham.—PICCOLO: Joan Good.—BASSOONS: Wilda Goings, Dorothee Weber.—OBOE: Virginia Clarke.—SAXOPHONES: Thelma Henry, Marjorie Gillam.—BARITONE: Marvin Hunzeker.—FRENCH HORNS: Leona Bertwell, Willard Hunzokor.—TUBAS: Murvel Annan, Billy Berger, Marvin Hunzeker.—BASS VIOL: Isable Tynon.—PERCUSSION: Lillie Mao Collins, Sarene Hauptmann, Phyllis Brier, Marjorie Shull.—DIRECTOR: Victor H. Jindra. BAND Page Eighty-eight



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Pod staff powwowing concerns Martin, Cain, B. Jon es, Winkelman, R. McGinnis and Brooks. Early in September, Jeanne Winkelman newly-appointed editor of the weekly rag, steeled herself against censored columns, dangling participles, typographical errors, and crawled into her office to publish evidence that she could take it—and dish out—the Peda-gogian. Her staff, which in her own words, was "pretty darn good”—consisted of her gal Friday, Rose McGinnis, sport-minded Wayne McGinnis, Bill Cain, the ace error catcher, and M. Florence Martin, super-super faculty advisor. During a shake up at the end of the first semester, Wayne McGinnis was replaced by "gang-leader” Bill Brooks, and feature reporters, Lloyd Dunlap, and Kay Bartling. Interviews with the feted Percy Grainger, Helen Howe; features on faculty newcomers; scads of gore columns; and editorials whose fingers were upon the college pulse sparkled away in certain editions. Editor Winkelman felt amply repaid for weekend worries and those long Monday evenings sitting up with a linotype; in the thrill of being thoroughly smeared with printer's ink, in knowing the news ahead of the man about campus, in having an opportunity to display a bit of superiority in her own office. PEDAGOGIAN Pago Ninety

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